Dental Bonding  in Coral Springs

Cosmetic Dentistry

Dental tooth bonding is a procedure that we use to correct and restore teeth which are either damaged, decayed or unsightly in their appearance. It’s a relatively simple process which involves applying a tooth-colored resin to the teeth and hardening it with a special light so that it bonds for a long-lasting finish. Restoring both color and shape, it’s a quick and convenient method of totally transforming your smile for the better.

You may want to consider dental tooth bonding for a variety of conditions, including:

  • Decayed teeth
  • Gapped teeth
  • Teeth that look too short
  • Chipped and cracked teeth
  • Discolored teeth
  • To change the shape of a tooth/teeth
  • As a cosmetic alternative to silver amalgam fillings
  • Protection of an exposed tooth root due to gums having receded
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Ph: (954) 510-4300
Address: 4651 N. State Road Suite #4, Coral Springs, FL 33067
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How the Bonding Procedure Works

With dental bonding, you can restore your smile during your lunch break since each tooth only takes 30-60 minutes and can be completed in a single visit. The procedure is carried out in just four easy steps:

  • A shade of composite resin is chosen to closely match your own teeth to give a look that is as natural as possible
  • The surface of the tooth is roughened, and a special liquid applied to help the resin bond to your tooth
  • The putty-like resin is then applied to the tooth and molded and smoothed to the desired shape before being hardened using an ultra-violet light
  • Once hardened, the resin is further trimmed and shaped after which it is polished to match the remainder of your teeth.

Benefits of Tooth Bonding

  • Requires very little advance preparation
  • Often, anesthetic is not required (unless it involves a cavity)
  • Color-matched resin for a natural, seamless finish
  • Not as expensive as crowns, and veneers and can usually be completed in a single office visit

Less tooth enamel is removed than with veneers and crowns

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Caring for Bonded Teeth

The good thing about bonding is that it requires no special care, and normally a good level of oral hygiene is all that’s required. Provided you brush your teeth twice a day, floss at least once a day, and visit us on a regular basis for a professional cleaning and checkup, then you can expect your bonded teeth to last for anywhere from three to ten years.

If you’re interested in dental tooth bonding, give us a call today at (954) 510-4300 to schedule your appointment.

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Office Hours:

Monday – Friday: 8:00am – 5:00pm
Saturdays: By Appointments
Sunday: Closed

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