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About Dental Bonding

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About Dental Bonding

Cosmetic Dentistry

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Dental Bonding

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If you are unhappy with your smile, then we can help you. Studies show, people with an attractive smile are considered friendlier, more intelligent, and more successful. If your front teeth are oddly spaced, chipped, or misshapen, cosmetic bonding or contouring can reshape them for a beautiful smile. Bonding adds more structure to teeth to fill spaces and chips, while contouring reshapes existing tooth enamel, softening the edges of sharp or jagged teeth.

Often, our dentists perform bonding and contouring together for optimal outcome. If your dentist is contouring a tooth, she will use a special tool to reshape the tooth’s edge. For bonding, a composite material is tinted to match your natural tooth coloring. The dentist will apply the compound to your tooth, sculpting the material to create an aesthetically pleasing restoration. Bonding won’t last forever, but patients generally enjoy these restorations for at least 10 years. Many patients choose bonding as a precursor to porcelain veneers.

Feel free to contact us if you have any questions about dental bonding or to schedule a smile consultation with one of our doctors.

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