By Advance Family Dental Care
March 04, 2019
Category: Dental Procedures
Tags: Dental Bonding  

Find out how this simple cosmetic technique could improve the shape of your teeth.

It’s amazing how much someone can benefit from getting cosmetic dentistry; however, we know that it isn’t always within everyone’s dental bondingbudget to be able to get cosmetic dentistry. This is why our Naperville, IL, dentist Dr. Pirooz Zomorrodi is happy to offer a simple and inexpensive solution that could alter the shape, size or even color of a tooth or teeth.

What is dental bonding?

Bonding is a simple and non-invasive dental technique in which our Naperville, IL, cosmetic dentist will apply a moldable tooth-colored resin to hide minor defects in a tooth. Bonding can be a great way to improve the appearance of a chipped, cracked, discolored or oddly shaped tooth. Bonding can also fill small gaps between teeth to give you a more aligned smile.

What should I expect from the dental bonding procedure?

This is one of the simplest and easiest cosmetic options to enhance your smile. Anesthesia is rarely needed unless we detect decay, which we will need to remove first before performing dental bonding.

During dental bonding, we will apply a conditioning gel over the tooth. This gel will help to roughen the surface of the tooth so the resin sticks to the enamel better. This will make it easier for us to apply and shape the material over these imperfections. Once the proper shade of resin has been chosen and then applied and shaped, we will shine a dental light over the tooth to harden the resin to the tooth. Once the resin is in place it will look just like the rest of your natural tooth enamel.

If you are interested in finding out more about dental bonding and how it can improve the health and appearance of your smile then it’s time to schedule a consultation with Advance Family Dental Care in Naperville, IL.

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