Advice on work needed done?


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My teeth used to have a much larger gap, but recently I've gotten clear aligners. During this journey to straight teeth I've noticed some issues with my teeth I was unaware of before because of how they were facing/crooked. I have some pretty bad decay on my teeth and I believe some cracking on my front teeth which causes them to be quite misshapen and the shaping with the teeth on the side. I am looking into what kind of work I would need done. I want to possibly do veneers depending on how much they are, but resin bonding seems like a good route as well. Just wanting to hear some dental advice.

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Resin bonding restorations are less expensive than veneers. The dentist needs to evaluate how you are biting because your bite can damage any improperly placed restorations.
 

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