How Bonding Can Change Your Smile
March 24, 2015
Category: Dental Procedures
Tags: bonding  

Find out how this simple dental procedure could transform and preserve your natural smile.

About Dental Bonding

Dental bonding is a cosmetic dental procedure that uses a tooth-colored resin to improve your smile and to hide minor flaws and Bonding tooth problems. The resin used is the exact material used to fill a tooth after a cavity; however, dental bonding is a completely non-invasive and painless procedure that won’t require anesthesia, unless a cavity is present.

How Dental Bonding Saves Smiles

Dental bonding is a wonderful option for someone looking to make subtle changes to improve the overall appearance of their smile. Keep in mind that since this is a non-invasive and easy procedure, this is ideal for only minor alterations. More serious dental issues may need to consider other treatments like veneers or orthodontics.

Dental bonding can be used to cover these dental imperfections:

  • Small chips or cracks
  • Misshapen teeth
  • Minor overlapping
  • Small gaps between teeth
  • Stains and discolorations

Dental bonding is can also change the shape of a tooth, making shorter teeth appear longer or more appealing.

What to Expect During Your Dental Bonding Procedure

When you come in for dental bonding, the process only takes between 30 to 60 minutes a tooth. We will apply the resin to your tooth, which we can easily mold and shape to hide flaws and reshape the tooth. Once we have the ideal look, we will use a special light to harden the resin permanently to the tooth. We may still need to make some minor adjustments afterwards; however, the procedure is fast and painless. It’s also the most inexpensive ways to boost give your smile a boost!

If you are looking revamp your smile and make some small adjustments, then it might be time to consider dental bonding. Contact your Fenton cosmetic dentists, Dr. Thomas Kemlage or Dr. Andrew Kemlage at Kemlage Family Dentistry to schedule a cosmetic consultation for your smile.

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