There are many different dental services available today. And while it’s great to have a variety of effective options to choose from, it can also be difficult to figure out which is the best fit for you. To help you narrow it down, our experienced Lone Tree dentists explain what you need to know about a popular, affordable, and versatile treatment called dental bonding. Let’s get started!
What is Dental Bonding?
Dental bonding is a simple and non-invasive cosmetic dental treatment. It’s so simple that it doesn’t typically require anesthesia or multiple visits to our practice. That’s one of the reasons why it’s performed so frequently — and appreciated by so many patients. Plus, bonded teeth look incredibly natural. As a result, they can easily enhance the overall appearance of your smile.
How Does Dental Bonding Work?
The dental bonding treatment uses a tooth-colored resin to repair and hide imperfections. Our dentists will begin by preparing the surface of your tooth and applying the resin material. Then they will mold and shape it to conceal your dental concern and achieve a good cosmetic result. Finally, our dentists will shine an ultraviolet light on the bonding to harden the material in place.
What Does Dental Bonding Treat?
Tooth bonding can improve an impressive range of cosmetic problems. In fact, it’s one of the most versatile treatments available in dentistry. Dental bonding can treat issues such as:
- Cracked, chipped, or broken teeth
- Worn-down teeth
- Unwanted gaps between teeth
- Short or small teeth
- Irregularly shaped teeth
Of course, this isn’t a comprehensive list of the problems that tooth bonding can improve. Talk to our dentists for more information about the various applications for dental bonding treatments.
Schedule a Tooth Bonding Consultation in Lone Tree
If you're ready to learn if dental bonding can meet your needs, call 303-790-2323 today to schedule a consultation at Meadows Dental Group by Espire. Our dentists will happily discuss your candidacy for this treatment. We proudly serve patients from Lone Tree, Highlands Ranch, Centennial, and other areas of Colorado.