Do you have a chipped tooth? Are deep tooth stains discoloring your smile? Try teeth bonding treatment at Perfect Smiles in Bensalem, PA. This cosmetic dental treatment can address fractured, chipped, and cracked teeth. Bonding can also cover slightly crooked teeth, areas of tooth discoloration, and small gaps between the teeth. When compared to dental veneers, tooth bonding offers a more economical treatment. Patients can treat areas of cosmetic damage with quick and comfortable dental bonding.
Benefits of Tooth Bonding
With tooth bonding, patients can:
- Repair tooth chips and cracks
- Close small gaps between teeth
- Correct tooth misalignment
- Cover enamel stains
- Reshape misshapen teeth
If you want to address your cosmetic imperfections, contact our dental office for a consultation. We will discuss your specific needs and create a custom treatment plan for you.
Dental Bonding Treatment
To begin, we clean the teeth and remove a small part of the enamel. This creates a good surface for the bonding material and does not damage the tooth. Then, we sculpt the biocompatible bonding material to the tooth’s surface. We mold the material onto the tooth, ensuring that it is in the right shape and the correct shade. Finally, we use a special light to cure the bonding material to the tooth.
Directly after you receive your bonding treatment, refrain from eating or drinking foods and beverages that easily stain, including coffee, tea, and berries. We also recommend that patients avoid sticky or hard-to-chew foods that can easily damage the bonding material. When bonded teeth are cared for, they stay bright and blend in with the natural smile. Bonded teeth can be gently brushed just like natural teeth.
Request a Dental Appointment
Let us know if you require touch-up dental bonding treatment. We can help brighten tooth bonding material that has become discolored or damaged over time. Call Perfect Smiles for an appointment today at 215-770-1081. You may also schedule a dental consultation with our professional team on our website. Lastly, please ask our team any questions you may have about the bonding treatment process. They will be happy to help provide you with clarification.