Composite Dental Bonding Frederick, MD
Times Where Dental Bonding is The Idyllic SolutionWhen you have a minor imperfection in your mouth, dental bonding is often the first consideration to repair it, and for good reason. Small chips, little cavities, and gaps between your teeth can easily be filled in with dental bonding and made to look like your natural tooth. It can be very easy to use bonding to help perfect the look of your smile, often with just one visit to us at Colliver Dental Group. We take a look at the imperfections you want covered, and make the decision on the best method of repairs once we talk with you about what we think the best options are.
Bonding is great when you need these types of repairs:
|•||Minor discoloration or staining of your teeth|
|•||Chips on the corners of your teeth|
|•||Jagged edges or surfaces of your teeth|
|•||Little fillings in the most noticeable of teeth|
|•||Gaps between your teeth that need a slight amount of dental bonding too close|
It does not take long to set up the bonding for your teeth. We take a bit of the bonding substance, which mimics the enamel that already covers your teeth, and shape it to the approximate shape that will fill in the problem area of your mouth. We then put the substance on the tooth where you need the imperfection fixed and get it set up to fit perfectly. We then harden the substance and polish it so that it is smooth and looks as shiny as the rest of your teeth.
From there, you can leave our office with the beautiful and healthy smile you were looking for. It does not take long and it gives you instant confidence. You can go from hiding behind a few minor imperfections today, to showing off your confident, white smile tomorrow, all by getting dental bonding done to your smile!
Here at Colliver Dental Group, we can help you fix up any and all minor imperfections in your smile. Whether you are dealing with a chip from a coffee mug, or stains on your teeth from the coffee itself, dental bonding is the answer. Give us a call today, and come in and see one of our experienced, professional dentists. They can walk you through what dental bonding could do for your smile, and what the process will entail. We can then set up your bonding appointment and get you in for the improvement that you have been wanting and waiting for.