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- Bonding involves the direct application of resin and is typically used to create a more attractive smile.
- Tooth-colored fillings are an alternative to traditional metal fillings and fall into two categories: direct and indirect. Direct restorations are composite resin applied in one appointment. Indirect restorations are made of porcelain fabricated by a dental laboratory; these restorations are then bonded to your tooth at a second appointment.
- Veneers are thin, semi-translucent porcelain laminates permanently bonded to your front teeth. The procedure usually takes only two appointments. A conservative amount of tooth structure is removed during the procedure. This is the most aesthetic restoration in dentistry, and will give you the ultimate smile.
- Invisalign consists of computer generated trays that straighten teeth without conventional metal braces.