Dental Bonding

What is Dental Bonding?

Dental bonding is a type of cosmetic procedure that is designed to correct minor imperfections on the front teeth. The procedure is noninvasive and requires little to no anesthesia. Bonding can help to prevent the need for more complicated procedures that are costly and invasive. Most patients who want bonding and think they will benefit from the procedure are able to have it done.

Why do you need Dental Bonding?

You might be considering dental bonding because you’re looking for a noninvasive way to improve the look of your smile. We can help to determine if bonding is the right option for you. Some of the reasons you may be considering bonding include:

  • You have small chips or cracks in your front teeth
  • Your front teeth are stained or discolored
  • You have spaces or gaps between your teeth

What makes you a good candidate for Dental Bonding?

A thorough examination will be needed to determine if dental bonding is right for you. Certain problems may require more extensive procedures, and this will be noted during the exam. If you’re unhappy with your smile and want a quick, long-lasting way to completely transform your front teeth, bonding is a viable choice. The procedure is done right in our office, quickly and efficiently.

What happens during the procedure for Dental Bonding?

Little to no anesthesia is required when having dental bonding done. The tooth’s surface will be slightly roughed-up to improve adhesion. Composite resin, which is perfectly matched to the color of your existing teeth, is then used to blend seamlessly into the tooth and fix the imperfection. Dr. Rejintala will then shape the composite material to mimic the look and feel of the actual tooth. The material is then cured, or hardened, with a specialty blue light, allowing it to last for years with proper care and hygiene. Dental bonding is a great way to correct minor imperfections without the need for more extensive work.

If you are interested in dental bonding and feel this procedure is right for you, call our office today so that one of our helpful staff members can better assist you.