If you have damage to your teeth or you are unhappy with the appearance of your smile, you may be interested in dental bonding. This treatment is used for a few reasons. Please keep reading to learn more. If you want to see our Scottsdale dentist, Dr. Seerat Mann, give our office a call right away to set up a free consultation.
Fix Chipped or Cracked Teeth
If you have damage to your teeth because of an accident, grinding your teeth, etc. you may want to treat this to improve the appearance and function of your smile. Chipped teeth can mar an otherwise perfect smile. Cracked teeth can leave you susceptible to more dental issues such as infection.
If you want a way to fix damage to your teeth, you can opt for dental bonding. This involves a dentist skillfully paint of resin that gets adhered and “bonded” to your teeth with special UV lights.
Fill in Gaps Between Teeth
Do you have unattractive gaps between your teeth? While there was a moment in history when a gap between your two front teeth was considered fashionable, this is not the case today. Plenty of people are looking for ways to improve their smiles. If you have a small gap between your teeth, braces might seem like overkill.
Dental bonding can offer you a simpler solution. This can help you close the gap and improve your smile without the overinvolved treatment that braces would offer.
See What Veneers Would Look Like
If you are interested in a set of veneers, but you are not ready to jump into the commitment, you may want to try out dental bonding first.
When you get veneers, a substantial amount of your natural tooth structure needs to be shaved away in order to place the veneers. Once you get veneers, you cannot decide to take them off. You are making a lifelong commitment.
Dental bonding can show you what veneers might look like. This can give you an idea of what your teeth would look and feel like if you did decide to commit to veneers. It is a lower commitment, less permanent, and more affordable way to get a smile makeover.
Call Our Scottsdale Dentist Today
If you want to know more about dental bonding, we would be happy to answer all of your questions. During a free consultation with Dr. Mann, you can address all of your questions and concerns about this dental treatment. Give our office a call today if you want to get on our appointment book as soon as possible.