You should consider bonding if you don’t like the look of your teeth and it affects your confidence. This may be because you have a gap between your teeth at the front, or your tooth or teeth are:
Cracked – Cracked teeth can be caused by people who grind their teeth, have large fillings or clench their teeth.
Chipped – A tooth can be chipped by eating hard food, or by a fall, or by a blow to the mouth. Sometimes a tooth with a large cavity chip because it isn’t strong enough to support the remaining tooth
Decayed – Poor dental hygiene, too much sugar, smoking, and alcohol can cause a buildup of plaque and destroy tooth enamel.
Discolored – Teeth discolor with age, from drinking liquids or eating foods that stain the teeth, or because your tooth was damaged by a knock from a fall or a sporting accident.
Need a better contour – If your teeth are uneven or not aligned properly, you might want to consider bonding to give your teeth a better contour to improve your appearance.
Need lengthening – Bonding can also be used to lengthen your teeth if they are uneven or worn down.