Dental Bonding

Fix Chipped Teeth
Fill Gaps Between Teeth
Brighten Stained Teeth

Dental Bonding

If you are self-conscious about your smile, have chipped or discolored teeth, dental bonding may be the solution for you. Bonding is a cosmetic dentistry procedure that involves using tooth-colored resin to improve the appearance of your teeth. It is a quick, painless, and affordable option for those looking to enhance their smile and/or preserve their natural teeth.

What is Dental Bonding?

Dental bonding is a cosmetic dental procedure that involves applying a tooth-colored resin material to the teeth. For anyone looking to improve the appearance of their teeth, dental bonding can help.

The procedure is relatively quick and usually only takes one visit to the dentist. This non-invasive, painless, procedure can fix a variety of cosmetic issues ranging from discolored teeth to small cracks.

Dental Bonding Before and After Photos

What Can It Fix?

It can fix a variety of cosmetic dental issues, including:

  • Misshapen teeth
  • Uneven teeth
  • Exposed tooth roots

It is a versatile procedure that can address multiple cosmetic concerns in one visit.

The Benefits of Teeth Bonding

It is one of the most affordable cosmetic dental procedures available. It is less expensive than other options such as veneers or crowns. Because of this, composite bonding is a popular choice for those on a budget.

Unlike other cosmetic procedures, it usually only requires one visit. The procedure is relatively quick and painless, with no need for anesthesia or drilling.

Dental bonding is a non-invasive procedure, meaning that it does not require any removal of tooth structure. This makes it a great option for those who are hesitant about more invasive procedures.

The resin used in bonding material is tooth-colored, making it blend seamlessly with your natural teeth. This results in a natural-looking smile that is not obvious to others.

As mentioned earlier, dental bonding can address a variety of cosmetic dental issues. This makes it a versatile option for those looking to improve the appearance of their teeth.

How Long Does Dental Bonding Last?

With proper care, dental bonding can last up to 9 years. This makes it a long-lasting and cost-effective option for those looking to enhance their smile.

The Process:

The process is relatively quick and painless. Here is what you can expect during your appointment:

  • Select: The first step, is selecting a resin color that matches your natural teeth.
  • Prepare: Then, we will roughen your tooth and apply a conditioning liquid to help the resin bond to the tooth.
  • Apply: Next, we will apply the resin and mold it into the desired shape. And, we will use a special light to harden the resin, bonding it to the tooth.
  • Polish: After the resin hardens, we will trim, shape, and polish it to match the rest of the tooth’s surface. This ensures a natural-looking result.

The entire process usually takes between 30 minutes to an hour per tooth, depending on the complexity of the case.

Dental Bonding vs Veneers

Choosing A Cosmetic Dentist

If you are considering dental bonding, it is important to find a qualified, experienced, accredited cosmetic dentist. Here are some tips for choosing a cosmetic dentist for your dental bonding procedure.

By taking the time to find an accredited cosmetic dentist, you can ensure that you receive the best possible results.

  • Ask for recommendations from friends and family.
  • Research cosmetic dentists in your area and read reviews from previous patients.
  • Look for an accredited cosmetic dentist that has experience with dental bonding.
  • Schedule a consultation to discuss your options and ask any questions you may have.

Real-Life Examples of Dental Bonding

Dental Bonding Before and After Photos

Case Study One:

Worn Down Teeth & Stains

 

This patient had worn down teeth, stains, and tooth sensitivity. This was affecting his confidence. To help, we restored his teeth to their natural shape and brightness, restoring his confidence.

Dental Bonding Before and After Photos

Case Study Two:

Discolored Teeth, Chips, & Cracks

This patient had discolored, chipped, and cracked teeth which her feel self-conscious about her smile. After the procedure, the teeth were white and bright and the patient was able to confidently show off her new smile.

Dental Bonding: Before & After Photos

Dental Bonding Before and After Teeth
Dental Bonding to Fix Chipped Teeth
Dental Bonding Before and After Teeth

WE TRANSFORM SMILES AND PEOPLE

Become your most confident self with dental bonding.

Become your most confident self with dental bonding.

Life is too short to continue feeling embarrassed and insecure about your smile. Dental bonding is a quick, painless, and affordable option for those looking to improve the appearance of their teeth.