What is Dental Bonding?

Dental bonding involves using a composite resin material to cover and restore minor imperfections on the front of your teeth. Bonding can last for roughly 10 years, so it’s a durable and long-lasting option for correcting an array of dental problems. The material is matched to your unique tooth color, providing you with a seamless, beautiful look. Dental bonding is ideal for most adults wanting to have it done.

Why do you need Dental Bonding?

Bonding can help to correct minor dental imperfections. Prior to having the procedure done, we will conduct an exam to determine if bonding is the right choice for you. Some of the reasons you may want or need dental bonding include:

  • Your teeth are stained or discolored
  • You have cracks, chips or fractures in one or more of your teeth
  • Your teeth are uneven
  • You have gaps and spaces between your teeth

What makes you a good candidate for Dental Bonding?

Dental bonding is often a great option for adults wanting to completely change the look and feel of their smile, with a natural appearance and long-lasting results. You can expect your bonding to last for a decade before needing to be replaced. At Generations Family Dentistry, we offer convenient and professional bonding treatments to meet all of your dental needs.

What happens during the procedure for Dental Bonding?

The area that will receive the bonding treatment will be prepared for the material. From there, Dr. Motii will apply bonding material and shape it perfectly to your teeth. This creates a seamless, flawless look to your smile. The material is then cured using a bright light to create a strong, resilient structure. You will be given aftercare instructions on how to maintain the treated area and keep it looking its best. Because dental bonding is highly durable, you shouldn’t need to worry about having it replaced for at least a decade.

If you are interested in dental bonding or would like to know more about this procedure, call our office today so that our helpful staff members can further assist you.