In our current age, it's easier than ever to achieve a bright, white smile while enjoying the things we love such as tea and coffee. A stained smile can be embarrassing. While methods such as whitening offer quick results, there are certain stains that aren't able to be removed in this fashion as well as other cosmetic issues that require further measures. Together, we can determine if cosmetic bonding is a good option for you.
Let's face it. A trip to the dentist can be scary. Our staff understands this, and we do what we can to make your visit as comfortable as possible. The good news for those seeking bonding work is that the process is quick and painless. Best of all, there are numerous issues we can address in the process including:
Whether you already know bonding will solve your problems or are just considering the option, it's important to understand what it is. During the process, a tooth colored resin called composite is shaped and applied to the tooth or teeth needing fixed. The composite can be adjusted to match the shape and color of your natural tooth, creating an end result that looks like your real smile. The best part is that dental bonding only takes about 30 seconds to one minute to complete per tooth.
Unlike veneers and crowns, patients don't have to wait for their product to be made in the lab. This allows for the patient to receive the results they desire in a single office visit unless there are multiple teeth that need attention. The results are quick and simple. Bonding work typically lasts between 10 to 15 years, making it a relatively longterm cosmetic solution. Best of all, unless being used to fill a cavity, this method doesn't require the use of anesthesia.
Whether or not we like to admit it, initial judgments are made about our appearances. When you don't feel confident in your smile, it can be difficult to make the most of the talents you bring to the table both in your personal and professional life. Our staff understands these concerns, and we're here to offer a cosmetic solution you can afford. Call us today for a consultation.
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