If you are unhappy with the appearance of your teeth, dental bonding may be the perfect solution for you. We use a tooth-colored composite resin to conceal all the cosmetic imperfections in your teeth, helping you achieve and maintain the perfect smile!
Achieve the Perfect Smile!
Everyone wants a perfect smile. Your smile is often the first thing people notice about you, which can create a lasting impression on people. A beautiful smile can improve your self-esteem and confidence, which, in turn, can improve every aspect of your life. If you feel self-conscious about your smile because of chips, cracks, discolored stains, and other imperfections, you can take proactive measures to address the issue. Dental bonding in San Diego can conceal all cosmetic imperfections in one session, helping you achieve a radiant smile.
What is Bonding?
Bonding is a cosmetic dental procedure in which a tooth-colored resin is used to improve the appearance of your smile. The resin is applied to the tooth and hardened with a special light. This is one of the most popular and versatile cosmetic dental procedures because it can correct numerous cosmetic imperfections, such as chipped, cracked, or discolored teeth. Bonding can also close gaps between teeth, change the shape of teeth, or make teeth appear longer. The results last for several years.
Dental Bonding Treats:
- Stains on the teeth
- Discolored teeth
- Chips or cracks on the teeth
- Asymmetry issues
- Gaps in the teeth
- Other cosmetic concerns
Dental Bonding vs. Dental Veneers
Dental bonding is a tooth-colored resin applied to the tooth and hardened with a UV light. Dental veneers are thin, porcelain shells that are custom-made to fit over the front side of the tooth. Both procedures can change the shape, size, and shade of your teeth, but they have important differences.
Dental bonding is less expensive than veneers, and it can usually be done in one office visit.
Dental bonding in San Diego is also less invasive than veneers because the dentist doesn’t have to shave your natural enamel. Dental veneers are more durable and provide better results, but they’re also irreversible and necessitate removing some of the enamel.
Your dentist will carefully discuss your goals and concerns, examine your teeth, and recommend the appropriate treatment for your needs.
The Dental Bonding Process
The first step in the dental bonding process is to roughen up the surface of the tooth that will be bonded. This roughening allows the bonding material to adhere better to the tooth. Next, a conditioning liquid is applied to the tooth. Finally, the dentist places the tooth-colored composite resin on the tooth and sculpts it into the desired shape, which is hardened with a special light. Once the resin has hardened, it’s polished to match the surrounding teeth.
Benefits of Bonding:
- Non-invasive treatment for dental imperfections
- Doesn’t involve removing enamel from your teeth
- Doesn’t cause any pain or discomfort
- Conceals numerous dental concerns, such as chips, stains, cracks, and gaps
- Improves the overall appearance of your teeth
- Improves self-esteem and confidence
Why Choose Advanced Dentistry & Implant Center?
Advanced Dentistry & Implant Center is a state-of-the-art dental clinic specializing in restorative dentistry and cosmetic dentistry. We firmly believe that a beautiful smile can transform your life. Our dentists use their aesthetic instincts and cutting-edge technologies to help you achieve and maintain a radiant smile without imperfections. Please schedule an appointment to explore your options for dental bonding in San Diego.