Does Your Smile Need “Fixing?” Consider Tooth Bonding Treatment
Tooth bonding offers a viable means of fixing minor dental flaws that keep you from smiling more freely. Composite bonding works wonders in hiding unsightly imperfections, closing gaps, and improving tooth shape and structure to give your smile a more pleasing, symmetrical appearance. At Gentle Care Dentistry, we offer tooth bonding treatment to residents of Azusa, California, and neighboring communities. If your smile needs a little “fixing,” we invite you to talk to Dr. Brianne Luu, your tooth bonding dentist, about composite bonding treatment.
Problems Tooth Bonding Can Fix
Despite being a “quick fix” for minor tooth flaws, composite bonding is an effective and popular cosmetic dental procedure. Before proceeding further, Dr. Brianne Luu will perform a dental exam to confirm good oral health. At the same time, she’ll take note of the flaws to be fixed and outline a treatment plan.
Tooth bonding is used to correct many imperfections in your smile, including:
- Concealing stains, cracks, and chips on your teeth
- Closing unsightly gaps between your teeth
- Elongating short teeth to make your smile more attractive
- Altering the shape of broken or uneven teeth to round out your smile
- Filling cavities with a bonding material
The Bonding Process
Tooth bonding is a quick and painless procedure that can be completed in one dental visit. Dr. Luu starts by selecting resin that closely resembles the color of your teeth to give you a seamless smile. We’ll then “roughen” the surface of the flawed tooth and apply a bonding agent to help the composite resin stick. Next, Dr. Luu will apply resin to your tooth and mold it accordingly to repair the flaw or damage. The resin is then dried and hardened with UV light. Finally, your tooth is polished to leave it shiny and smooth.
Teeth Bonding Cost
The affordable cost of teeth bonding coupled with it being a quick, hassle-free procedure, make this treatment a viable option for anyone wanting to beautify their smile.Back to Dental Bonding Page