Imperfections such as chips, stains, and gaps may cause you to feel self-conscious about your smile.
Dental bonding can conceal these imperfections using a tooth-colored material, making it a popular conservative alternative to veneers.
How Is Dental Bonding Done?
Dental bonding uses a composite-resin with a shade that is carefully matched to surrounding teeth for optimal aesthetics. The treatment process is quick and simple:
1 Your dentist applies resin to the treatment area of your tooth, molding the material around your existing tooth structure to achieve the desired aesthetic result.
2 A curing light is applied to harden the resin.
3 Finally, your dentist polishes the tooth and resin for attractive, natural-looking results.
If you’re frustrated with the appearance of your smile, dental bonding may offer you a versatile solution to address chips, cracks, stains, and other imperfections.