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Closing in a tooth gap (diastema) using dental bonding.

This digital smile makeover shows how a dentist can add tooth bonding to teeth, so to change their shape...

a) Dental bonding - One characteristic of bonding is that it can adhere directly to the surface of a tooth.b) Closing tooth gaps - That makes it a very non-invasive way of making minor cosmetic changes for teeth, like closing spaces between them.

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Replacing deteriorated tooth bonding.

This person submitted their picture for a makeover simulation, stating that they had had the white filling placed on their...

a) Replacing old tooth bonding. - The white filling on this person's right central incisor has deteriorated. This makeover explains how it might just be replaced with new bonding, or else porcelain veneers.

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Perfecting the symmetry of a smile by placing dental bonding and tooth recontouring.

This dental makeover showcases a smile that's in the middle of having...

Dental bonding - Bonding is ideal for making minute changes for teeth. And, as this case shows, just making minor changes for several teeth by placing it can really improve the symmetry of a smile. Tooth recontouring - This case also illustrates how minor shape and alignment improvements can be made by trimming and buffing down selected teeth just a little.

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Repairing damage caused by tooth decay with dental bonding.

This digital smile makeover illustrates how dental bonding can be used to repair the damage caused by...

Tooth bonding - Bonding is best suited for making relatively minor cosmetic improvements/repairs for teeth. This case shows how it can be used to repair the damage caused by gum-line tooth decay.

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Closing in a tooth gap using dental bonding.

There are several different ways a dentist can close the space between two teeth. One of them involves the use of...

a) Dental bonding - Due to its adhesive nature, bonding can be applied directly to the surface of a tooth (no drilling necessary). b) Minor tooth repairs - That makes it ideal for making "additive" repairs such as filling in voids or gaps between teeth.

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