How Can Cosmetic Bonding Enhance My Smile?

At Dental Care of North Carolina, we understand that even the most minor flaws in your teeth can have quite an impact on your smile. Our team is proud to offer a range of cosmetic dentistry procedures, including cosmetic bonding, to instantly deliver perfect teeth and stunning smiles!

Cosmetic Bonding: An Overview

Cosmetic bonding, also known as composite bonding, involves using a tooth-colored composite resin material to instantly perfect the appearance of your teeth. The hassle-free, painless procedure requires no anesthesia or drilling. Unlike dental crowns or porcelain veneers, composite bonding does not involve removing or altering the tooth’s natural structure. That’s why it’s considered a conservative cosmetic dentistry solution to enhance your smile’s health and appearance.

What Are the Uses of Cosmetic Bonding?

Tooth bonding is a versatile procedure with many uses, including closing small gaps between teeth or correcting minor tooth misalignment. It also repairs cracked, chipped, or decayed teeth and restores the length of worn teeth. When it comes to exposed tooth roots, placing bonding material on them protects them, lowering the risk of root decay and reducing tooth sensitivity.

Cosmetic bonding is a perfect solution to correct the size, shape, color, and appearance of teeth while improving your oral health. Once in place, the bonding material instantly delivers flawless, functional teeth and beautiful smiles!

What Is the Cosmetic Bonding Procedure?

Cosmetic dental bonding is a quick and easy cosmetic dental procedure. We will first select the best color and shade for your bonding material to ensure we deliver a seamless smile. Next is roughening the tooth surfaces and applying a conditioning liquid to your teeth to ensure the material bonds.

The next step is placing the composite resin material and sculpting it to the desired shape. We’ll use a special light to harden the material and help it bond to your tooth surfaces. The last step is trimming the bonding material and polishing it to match the sheen of your natural teeth, leaving you with dramatic results!

How Should You Care for Bonded Teeth?

Make sure you maintain meticulous oral hygiene practices, including regular brushing and flossing. Your tooth enamel and teeth bonding material can both chip, so avoid biting down on hard foods or objects. Don’t forget to visit Dental Care of North Carolina for your routine dental exams and cleanings. We’ll monitor your oral health and make sure your teeth and restorations stay functional and free from damage!

Cosmetic Bonding Morrisville and Greensboro

Visit Dental Care of North Carolina to learn more about enhancing your smile with cosmetic bonding. Our team is committed to ensuring our valued patients enjoy beautiful, functional smiles for a lifetime. Call us and schedule your appointment today!