By Advance Family Dental Care
February 20, 2020
Category: Oral Health
Tags: Dental Bonding  

Small cosmetic changes can make a big impact on your appearance and your confidence.

Do you have a slightly uneven tooth that stands out from the rest of your smile? Or perhaps you have a tiny chip or gap between teeth that makes you feel self-conscious. Whatever the case might be, our Naperville, IL, dentist Dr. Pirooz Zomorrodi is happy to sit down with you and discuss your treatment options. You may be surprised to discover that even the smallest problems can be fixed through simple treatment options such as dental bonding.

What is dental bonding?

Bonding is a cosmetic technique in which our dentist applies a tooth-colored resin to one or more parts of a tooth. The resin is moldable, allowing our dentist to trim and shape the resin to reshape an area of a tooth or to hide defects. The same resin used to fill cavities is used for dental bonding.

Once the resin is shaped it is then hardened into place and polished so it blends right in with the rest of the tooth. Before the resin is applied we will choose a shade that most closely matches the tooth to guarantee that the resin isn’t visible once it’s hardened into place.

When is dental bonding a good choice?

If you are dealing with minor chips, stains or gaps between your teeth dental bonding can improve these issues without simple, non-invasive techniques all while being budget-friendly. In fact, dental bonding is one of the most cost-effective cosmetic dental treatments available in Naperville, IL.

Bonding can also be used in conjunction with the other cosmetic treatments that our dental team offers including cosmetic contouring and gum reshaping. It’s important to keep in mind what a treatment can and can’t do to decide whether it’s right for you. After all, while bonding may be able to improve one stained tooth it will not be able to whiten your whole smile. It’s important to keep this in mind when considering dental bonding.

Write down your goals for cosmetic dental treatment before coming into our office for a consultation. Of course, we are also happy to discuss your treatment options during your next six-month dental cleaning. Just ask us!

Remember that even the smallest cosmetic dental treatments can have a profound effect on the overall appearance of your smile. If you want to discuss your candidacy for dental bonding then call Advance Family Dental Care in Naperville, IL, today at (630) 358-9899.

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