Compare Dental Bonding to Veneers

While bonding can cover many kinds of imperfections, so can veneers. There are differences in the two treatments, though. You’ll want to consider:

  • Their Cost – Bonding typically costs less than veneers.
  • Effectiveness in Certain Situations – Dental bonding isn’t as effective as veneers for hiding certain flaws, and it won’t work at all in some situations like crowded teeth.
  • Durability – Dental veneers typically last at least a decade and often much longer. In contrast, a bonding treatment rarely lasts more than five years.

Dr. Cuevas will examine your teeth and discuss your smile goals so you can make an informed decision about which of the two treatments will work best for you.

Because the dental bonding procedure doesn’t require any enamel to be removed from your teeth, most people won’t even require local anesthesia. Our dental chairs with memory foam padding will keep you comfortable throughout the process. We’ll also offer you amenities like a blanket and noise-canceling headphones.

For tooth bonding in Fairfield, call 203-254-0545.