Cosmetic Dental Bonding
Your teeth are naturally strong enough to handle most of what life throws at them. But accidents happen, and even the strongest teeth may not grow straight.
For chips and gaps, there’s cosmetic dental bonding.
While porcelain veneers can solve many dental issues, they may be more comprehensive than you need. Cosmetic (or composite) dental bonding can repair small chips in your teeth and close tight gaps between them. This non-invasive treatment is quick, easy, and doesn’t require any anesthetic to comfortably complete.
So if you’re looking to put the full bite back into your bicuspids, or if you’re tired of feeling self-conscious about your smile, cosmetic bonding may be for you!
How Does Cosmetic Bonding Work?
For chipped, broken, cracked, or unevenly spaced teeth, cosmetic dental bonding offers a solution. After your initial consultation, your dentist will use a tooth-colored composite resin to naturally plug or reshape the imperfection in no time flat.
The tooth in question is roughed slightly to help the composite resin adhere and stay in place. Using a curing light, the resin is hardened into place, where it should stay as long as you need it. Then, after some shaping and polishing, you’re ready to go with a restored grin and some restored confidence too!
Benefits of Cosmetic Bonding
Cosmetic bonding offers a quick, easy, affordable, and pain-free solution to chips, cracks, and gaps.
The benefits of cosmetic bonding include:
- Filled-in tooth gaps.
- Repaired chips/cracks.
- Safe restoration for your tooth enamel.
- Preserved natural teeth.
- Long-lasting results.
- Easy maintenance.
- Quick and simple procedure.
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Visit Dentistry Elevated for Cosmetic Bonding
Cosmetic dental bonding is designed to give your teeth a natural appearance without invasive methods or painful procedures. For maximum benefits and minimum downtown and discomfort, consider cosmetic bonding for a replenished, beaming grin!
Dr. Dastrup received his Master certification from the International Dental Implant Association and remains an active member of the Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry. Dr. Coleman has also completed many postgraduate studies in subjects such as esthetic dentistry, implant dentistry, and full mouth restorative dentistry to name a few. Dr. Dastrup, Dr. Coleman, and our team know that your cosmetic dentistry journey is a personal one. You can expect the care you receive to be every bit as personal and meaningful.