As we age, we expect our appearance to change. Teeth will darken, lips will sag, gums will recede and teeth may need to be replaced. Not anymore! You don’t have to have an aging smile. In addition to preventing some of the effects of aging through excellent oral hygiene and frequent dental visits, we can even reverse some once they have occurred! Laminate Veneers, Tooth Whitening and Bonding are three easy, relatively inexpensive ways to regain the youthfulness of your smile.
Don’t Let An Aging Smile Add Unwanted Years To Your Appearance
Dental bonding is a procedure used to fill teeth after removing cavities and to correct certain imperfections. With just one visit with us, you can regain the natural appearance of teeth by correcting gaps, spots, chips, and discolorations. The material we use is the most advanced formulation, a strong and durable resin that is available to be used by dentists. We precisely match the resin’s color to the patient’s actual tooth color to accomplish perfection in as little as half an hour per tooth.
Many people usually feel shy and insecure about smiling due to the minor imperfections in their teeth, stained teeth, and minor chips or gaps that can easily be fixed within minutes.
You Can Smile With Confidence
We begin by matching the resin color with the patient’s tooth color. The surface of the tooth is roughened and applied with a liquid conditioner; this makes it easier for the bonding material to stick. Next, the resin is applied to the tooth and molded precisely to a perfect shape. An ultraviolet “curing” light is shined on the resin to harden it onto the tooth’s surface. We smooth the resin and shape it further to perfection, then finalizes the art with a sparkling polish.
Dental bonding can be used for other tooth and health care needs as well. Due to the overwhelming scientific factual evidence about the toxic effects of mercury and some other metals used for dental amalgam fillings, dental bonding has become the number one alternative to amalgam dental fillings and is now preformed as the standard practice by top dentist throughout the world for dental fillings. Dental bonding may even be used to cover the root of a tooth, such as when a patient has a case of receding gums.