Cosmetic Bonding For Your Smile
Are your teeth discolored, cracked or decayed?
Some dentists use traditional dental restoration procedures used to address these issues are slow and costly. If you want to improve your smile effectively and affordably, dental bonds may be just what you need to create a dynamic smile.
Unlike other restoration procedures such as veneers or crowns, dental bonding rarely requires the use of anesthesia. Most dentists simply smooth the surface of your damaged teeth and mold a putty-like resin for application where needed. This tooth-colored resin is then bonded and hardened to your teeth using an ultraviolet light or laser — helping your teeth to look and function better than ever.
In addition to being faster, dental bonding also removes far less enamel, keeping your natural teeth in better condition.
Dental bonds help to restore your smile in many ways, including:
- Repairing chipped or cracked teeth
- Repairing decayed teeth
- Closing gaps between teeth
- Improving discolored teeth
- Improving your teeth’s shape
- Helping teeth last longer
Because dental bonds require less time and material, they cost much less than alternatives like crowns and veneers. However, most dentists recommend dental bonding for small procedures because they will not last as long.