Seamlessly Repair Your Smile
Do you have a tooth with a noticeable chip, stain, or gap? Cosmetic dental bonding in Bullard, TX can seamlessly repair your smile in just one appointment!
Does one of your teeth have a stain that just won’t go away? What about a small chip that detracts from the overall beauty of your smile? Or an unsightly gap between two of your teeth? Whatever minor aesthetic imperfection might exist within your smile, cosmetic dental bonding in Bullard can most likely correct it. This simple and quick procedure allows us to seamlessly repair your smile in as little as one appointment. If you’re ready to say goodbye to minor smile flaws, give us a call today!
Cosmetic bonding involves the use of a special, putty-like material known as composite resin, which is composed of tiny particles of glass and acrylic. Dr. Tad Morgan will apply it to your teeth and mold it to correct your problem teeth’s size and shape. The material can even be custom shaded to correct stains and blend in with the rest of your tooth enamel.
Bonding is especially effective at correcting minor imperfections, like:
While bonding may seem like a purely cosmetic treatment, it can actually improve your oral health. This is because even a minor chip or crack can create a pathway for bacteria to gain easy access to the delicate center of your tooth, which may result in a painful infection that requires extensive treatment like a root canal. Cosmetic bonding repairs not just the appearance of your smile, but your oral health as well.
Getting cosmetic bonding is a fast and painless procedure. It can even typically be completed in one visit to our Bullard office. First, we’ll smooth out any sharp or jagged edges of your tooth. Next, we’ll work with you to select the shade of composite resin that will either correct stains or blend in perfectly with the rest of your enamel.
After that, our team will etch the surface of your affected tooth to help the resin better adhere to it. We then apply the resin in layers until the tooth is built up to your liking. The resin is hardened into place with a curing light. Lastly, we’ll polish the tooth, make any final adjustments if need be, and then send you on your way!
Bonding comes with many advantages, including:
Fortunately, maintaining your bonded teeth is quite similar to caring for your natural teeth. Keep up with your regular oral hygiene routine of daily brushing and flossing. Also remember to visit your dentist in Bullard every six months for a checkup to ensure that your bonding is still in good condition. Finally, keep consumption of staining drinks and foods, like wine, coffee, and berries, to a minimum to keep your results looking natural.