My teeth are straight and relatively healthy, but one of my upper lateral incisors is a bit shorter than the other, causing a slight asymmetry in my smile. I've considered getting this corrected with the use of composites (bonding) to build up the tooth until it is the same size as the one on the other side. Can this be a legitimate option even though there is nothing wrong with the tooth? Would the tooth have to be filed down/damaged beforehand so the composite material can bond? How long would the bonding last since it will be on the biting edge? (the actual edge would still be slightly higher than that of my front teeth) I'd love to get this problem fixed, as it weighs on my mind substantially and is the first thing I notice when I see pictures of myself. But I'd rather just live with it as-is than have to permanently damage the tooth just to make it bigger. Thanks in advance for the help!