3 Easy Ways of Fixing Gaps in Your Teeth


Posted on 4/10/2019 by Brandon Cooley
3 Easy Ways of Fixing Gaps in Your TeethIf you have gaps in your teeth, you're not alone. Millions of Americans suffer from gaps in their teeth, especially between teeth in top jaws. While you may have been giving some thought to how to fix the gaps in your teeth, there are different kinds of solutions for your teeth you may not have considered.

In reality, there are three easy ways to fix the gaps in your teeth. Not sure about the ways gaps in your teeth can be fixed? We have some ideas you may want to think about.


How to Fix Gaps in Your Teeth


Depending on where the gaps are in your teeth, all you may need is a simple bonding procedure. In bonding, an epoxy is matched to the color of your teeth, and then used to fill in the gaps in your teeth. Bonding is easy and inexpensive to have done. If you have small gaps in your teeth, bonding may be an ideal way to get those gaps between your teeth fixed beautifully.

If the gaps in your teeth are part of an overall problem with your gums, you may want to consider gum contouring. Gum contouring is great for teeth that have too much gum covering them, which at times can cause gaps between teeth. Although gum contouring used to be expensive, it has become cheaper over time, faster, and far less painful. If you have large gums, and your teeth look small, you may want to consider gum contouring.

Finally, if the gaps in your teeth are large, you may want to consider veneers. Veneers are thin porcelain shells that cover your natural teeth. Veneers can fix gaps, as well as misshapen teeth. Veneers are also used to cover chipped or cracked teeth, as well as discolored teeth.

If you are not sure how to fix the gaps in your teeth, why not give us a call? We would love to talk to you about the best way to fix your gaps and give you a beautiful smile.
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