Is composite resin bonding appropriate for your smile?
- Posted on: Aug 15 2022
At Smile Texas of Sugar Land, TX, our professionals work with patients to help them restore and rejuvenate their smiles. This includes evaluating individuals and determining what cosmetic treatments are best for their needs. Composite resin bonding, also referred to as dental bonding, is a fast and effective way to address imperfections in the smile with same-day improvements. Continue reading to find out more about this popular treatment available with our dentists.
What is composite resin bonding, and how does it work?
Drs. Rick Kline and Bret Davis describe composite resin bonding, or dental bonding, as a method of attaching tooth-colored materials to teeth to improve their appearance. The process involves using a special light to harden the resin, which bonds it to the tooth. Bonding can fix cracked or chipped teeth, close gaps between teeth, change the shape of teeth, and improve the color of teeth.
Why should I choose dental bonding with my dentist?
Composite resin bonding is a popular choice for cosmetic dental procedures because it is less expensive than porcelain veneers and does not require as much tooth preparation. Bonding can usually be done in one office visit with Drs. Rick Kline and Bret Davis and does not require anesthesia.
Is composite resin bonding right for my smile?
Composite resin bonding can also be used to improve the appearance of your smile in a number of ways. For example, if you have teeth that are chipped, cracked, or discolored, composite resin bonding can help restore your smile. In addition, if you have gaps between the teeth, composite resin bonding can be used to close those gaps.
How do I find out more about dental bonding?
To find out if composite resin bonding is suitable for you, schedule a consultation with Drs. Rick Kline and Bret Davis of Smile Texas in Sugar Land, TX. During your consultation, your dentist will examine your teeth and talk to you about your goals for treatment. If composite resin bonding is a good option for you, your dentist will develop a treatment plan and work with you to complete the procedure.
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