September 23, 2020
If you have a less than perfect smile, you might be a candidate for cosmetic dental treatments. Nowadays, you have more options than ever to improve the aesthetics of your tooth; however, one treatment stands out from all others. Cosmetic dental bonding is a noninvasive procedure used to enhance the overall color, size, shape, and appearance of a tooth. A composite resin is customized to match the color of your enamel to provide natural-looking results. Not sure if it’s the right treatment for you? Here are 4 common problems cosmetic bonding can fix.
1. Cover Dark Tooth Discoloration
Tooth discoloration is a common problem for many adults. Often, a professional whitening treatment can turn back the hands of time to get the teeth several shades whiter. Unfortunately, whitening treatments don’t work on all types of discoloration. Those that occur deep within the tooth, such as from medications, can’t be resolved using a whitening treatment. Cosmetic bonding can give you the bright, white smile you crave by covering the discoloration. The resin will be customized to the exact color you desire to achieve the results you want.
2. Chips or Fractures
Minor chips or fractures may not compromise the health of a tooth, but they can leave you with an unattractive smile. Cosmetic bonding is often the ideal solution to fix chips and cracks because the resin can be molded into any shape. The resin will blend in with your enamel, so no one will ever know it isn’t your natural tooth structure.
3. Gaps Between Teeth
If you have large gaps between your front teeth, you’re not alone. You could spend several months wearing braces to close the gap, or your dentist in Richardson can fill the space with cosmetic bonding. The material is added to your existing tooth structure to make your teeth appear wider to close the gap. In some cases, your dentist might even be able to make your teeth look straighter if you have minor alignment issues. In as little as 1 appointment, you can have the beautiful, straight smile you’ve always wanted without spending months wearing braces.
4. Abnormally Shaped Tooth
Have you been told you have a “gummy smile?” Maybe you have a tooth that’s disproportionate to your other teeth? No matter the issue, cosmetic bonding can give your teeth a more uniform appearance, so you can smile confidently.
Invest in a Beautiful Smile
Cosmetic bonding is an affordable and convenient solution to achieve the beautiful smile you deserve. Since the treatment is versatile, you can get the exact results you want. In as little as 1 appointment, you’ll have a smile you’ll want to show off.
About Dr. David B. Schwartz
Dr. David Schwartz has been practicing dentistry since 1988. He remains current with the latest treatments and techniques to help each patient achieve their best smile. Dr. Schwartz has completed advanced training in many areas of specialty, like cosmetic dentistry. If you’re interested in cosmetic dental bonding, contact our office today to schedule an appointment.
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