Difference Between Veneers and Bonding

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Dental veneers and dental bonding can both be great options for fixing teeth problems, however they are quite different. Veneers are made of porcelain. Bonding is a tooth-colored resin. Veneers are exceptionally strong and will last much longer than bonding. Veneers are also more versatile. They can conceal multiple tooth problems at once. And you need not worry that veneers will ruin your teeth - in fact they provide a durable, long-lasting tooth surface. Bonding is better-suited to minor cosmetic issues. 

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