Life is too short to be embarrassed about sharing your smile, so do not let cracked, chipped, discolored or misshapen teeth get in the way. Exceptional Dentistry is pleased to offer affordable dental bonding in Palmdale, California, that can change your smile and your life! By matching a bonding resin to your natural tooth color, or to the color you want, Dr. James Powell can instantly hide tooth imperfections and transform your smile. It’s time to start loving your smile again!
Dental bonding is a cosmetic dental procedure that focuses on enhancing your smile’s appearance by permanently adhering a dental material around your natural tooth. When a single tooth becomes chipped, discolored, broken or otherwise damaged, it can affect the overall appearance of your smile. Dental bonding is a simple yet effective way to repair one or more teeth, and bring back your ideal smile.
During a dental bonding procedure, our dentist will match a composite (tooth-colored) dental resin to your natural tooth color. This ensures that your treatment will blend in with your smile, eliminating any fear that others will be able to notice your treated tooth. Once the resin is the proper shade of white, our dentist will apply it to the surface of your natural tooth, shaping and molding the resin to sculpt it into the shape and size you want. Then, our dentist will use a special curing light to harden the resin and permanently adhere it to your tooth.
Our dentist may recommend treating your smile with dental bonding if you face dental imperfections such as:
- Gaps or spaces between your teeth
- Misshapen teeth, or teeth that appear too short
- Slightly stained, discolored or yellow teeth
- Cracked, chipped or broken teeth
To determine whether dental bonding is the right treatment to improve your smile, he will first perform an examination of your smile. Afterwards, he will consult with you about your smile goals. If your teeth have only minor damage, dental bonding may be for you. If, however, your teeth have received more extensive damage, our dentist may recommend more appropriate treatments that can properly repair and protect your teeth. Should dental bonding be the right procedure for you, we can typically complete your procedure in one quick appointment.
If you would like to know more about dental bonding, and if you would like to schedule your consultation with our caring dentist, we invite you to contact us today.