So, I have developed this gnarly gap in my teeth, which has really started to bother me when I play. Part of my lip often slips in between my front teeth, making it more difficult to buzz. There is a local dentist who is also a very accomplished trumpet player and he told me about the following options: 1. Do nothing 2. Invisalign: he told me I was a minor case which would cost about $2400... really expensive, but also very effective and permanent. 3. Veneers: about the same price as invisalign, possibly more. But it's reversible. 4. Cosmetic Bonding: basically, they take some goop and sculpt along the sides of my front teeth to make them slightly wider and close the gap. It's relatively cheap, $500, but apparently it may have to be redone every 18-24 months. He also told me that my gap was caused by my frenulum, the flap of muscle that connects your gum to your upper lip. He talked about a frenectomy (warning:graphic pics on that link), or the removal of said flap. He wasn't sure if it would have a long-term effect on my playing. SO! Aaaanyways, I wanted to pick yall's brains to see what you know about these options in reference to playing. Any input would be just superb!