When you look in the mirror at your smile, does your attention turn to chips, cracks, stains, or other minor imperfections with your teeth? You’re not alone. One-third of adults are unhappy with their smiles. What if you could transform your teeth without needing an invasive treatment? Now you can with direct bonding in Lovell. You can get the smile of your dreams using a simple solution.
Direct bonding goes by many names, like cosmetic or dental bonding. No matter what you call it, you can fix minor anesthetic imperfections using a composite resin material. It can be sculpted easily to resolve a variety of issues, including:
The biocompatible material can be customized to match the color of your enamel, so it will blend in with your teeth. No one will know it’s there because your new smile will look completely natural.
Direct bonding is a simple procedure that doesn’t permanently alter your tooth or require surgery. First, you’ll need a consultation with your dentist in Lovell to ensure you’re a candidate and to create a personalized treatment plan. Depending on the number of teeth you’re treating, the process can take 30-60 minutes. If you’re improving several teeth, we might recommend more than 1 appointment.
We will begin by cleaning your teeth and applying a weak acid to your tooth to open the pores in your enamel and dentin. This promotes a secure bond between your enamel and the resin. Your tooth is rinsed before we place the material on it, which has been previously shaded to match your enamel. It’s molded into the ideal shape before a special dental light is used to harden it in just a couple of minutes. Finally, your tooth is smoothed and polished, so you can walk out of the office with a beautiful smile.
When compared to other cosmetic treatments, dental bonding is a patient-preferred option because it offers several advantages, including:
If you’re unhappy with your smile, you might be a candidate for direct bonding. We’ll perform a thorough examination to evaluate your concerns, such as chips, decay, or an unproportionate tooth. We’ll take the time to learn more about the results you’d like to achieve to create a customized strategy to reach your goals.
You must commit to maintaining your oral hygiene at home and visiting your dentist regularly to ensure your smile lasts. You’ll also need to avoid anything that may damage the bonding, like chewing on your nails or eating overly hard foods.
You can get the confident, beautiful smile you deserve using a simple, yet an effective cosmetic procedure. Contact our office today to schedule your consultation for dental bonding.