Improving Your Smile With Dental Bonding

It’s no secret that a healthy smile can be a great confidence booster. Of course, not all of us hit the jackpot when it comes to that million bucks smile. We’re usually conscious about the way we smile or laugh.

Little do we know that a simple dental procedure like dental bonding can change the way we feel about our teeth!

Dental bonding is recommended for the following reasons:

  • To close spaces between teeth
  • Repair chipped or cracked teeth
  • Repair decayed teeth
  • To change the shape of teeth
  • Improve the appearance of discolored teeth

What is dental bonding? How does it work?

Dental bonding is one of the simplest dental procedures. It is virtually painless and doesn’t require any anesthesia!

First, the dentist uses a shade guide to select a composite resin color that matches the color of your tooth. Next, the dentist roughens the surface of the tooth before applying a liquid that allows the bonding agent to stick to the tooth.

Composite resin is applied over the liquid. Your dentist then can shape the tooth as required before hardening it with ultraviolet light.

Why should you get dental bonding?

The old saying “if you look good, you feel good!” is evergreen for a reason.
Dental bonding can leave you feeling more confident in showing off your pearly whites than ever before! Moreover, since it’s a risk-free and quick procedure (takes up to 60 minutes), you can just get it done at your next dentist appointment.

One of the major concerns people have is that their teeth won’t look natural or feel comfortable after a dental procedure, but we can assure you that the difference is barely noticeable. The restoration looks and feels completely natural.

After reading this, you’re probably wondering why you haven’t had dental bonding done already. It’s simple, cost-effective and improves your oral hygiene.

Are you ready to take the next step to a more confident you? Come down to Advanced Dental Center where we have dedicated dental experts that specialize in dental bonding.

Our dentists at Germantown, MD, take your needs into account and recommend the best treatment plans. Call (301) 353-8890 to set up an appointment!