Understanding Tooth Bonding
Quite often the larger teeth at the very front of your mouth can be stained, broken, or damaged, lending a generally unattractive appearance to your smile. This can easily be corrected at our dental office with dental bonding.
The Tooth Bonding Procedure
Our dentist will apply a durable resin material to the affected tooth using a high-intensity light to adhere and harden the resin to your tooth’s surface. The bonded resin is then sculpted to fit your tooth and finely polished to give it a natural appearance.
Composite resin comes in many shades so that we can match the most accurate one to your natural teeth.
Contact Our Dentists to Learn More About Dental Bonding
If you have small gaps between your front teeth or chipped, cracked, uneven teeth, you may be a candidate for dental bonding. This procedure is also for patients who have discoloured teeth, or experience gum recession or tooth decay. Contact us to learn more about this simple yet affective dental procedure.