Bonding Is a Conservative Way to Repair Slightly Chipped, Discolored, or Crooked Teeth

People often lose confidence and don’t smile as often when their teeth are damaged. Cracked, chipped, or discolored teeth are a few reasons why you may not be smiling as often as you used to. If your smile isn’t looking its best lately, there is a simple, modern solution. 

Dental Bonding is a process using material that bonds with your teeth and comes in a wide variety of shades for excellent matching. The material consists of a biocompatible resin that is molded over the damaged or discolored tooth. And it’s not only less expensive than other options, but it’s also faster. Dental bonding can often be completed in just one visit to your dental professional. 

More Benefits of Dental Bonding

Patients with crooked teeth can also have this problem resolved with dental bonding. This painless procedure corrects uneven or crooked teeth as well as gaps in between teeth. Bonded teeth are more resistant to chipping and breaking. They also resist smoke, coffee, and wine stains better than natural enamel.

Teeth that have had minor damage and are not decayed are the best candidates for dental or cosmetic bonding techniques. If the teeth in question are severely damaged or have decay, dental implants are probably a better option for you. 

Learn More About Dental Bonding

If you’re considering cosmetic tooth bonding or would simply like more information, contact our office today. We’ll give you a professional assessment and help you decide if this technique is the best option for you.

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