If you have chipped, cracked, or another cosmetic imperfection on your teeth, tooth bonding, also known as dental bonding, can help. As opposed to other alternatives, this is a more cost-effective and expedient solution for minor superficial ailments. Here are a few conditions in which bonding can improve the appearance of your smile:
Similar to setting veneers, your tooth surface will be prepared so the cement takes a stronger hold. To do so, we will use an acidic solution on your teeth before applying the bonding solution.
Once we apply the solution, we can use either ultraviolet light or a laser to dry and set then bond. However, you don't need to be worried, as lasers and UV lights are painless.
While we can craft veneers and crowns in the same visit, bonding, especially for minor defects, is often the way to go. Here's why:
When it comes to the best oral care you can receive, experience is critical. Dr. Chin and Dr. Pharar have over 20 years of experience improving smiles with teeth bonding. They've perfected the trade, and their goal is to get you back to smiling confidently.
On their way to their 20 years of experience, they have logged countless training hours both hands-on and in the classroom. Currently, these incredible doctors train up-and-coming dentists on how to perform bonding along with other specialty care. If you're looking for expert care, you couldn't be in better hands.
Furthermore, they're members of the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry. Doctors Pharar and Chin both enjoy the artistic possibilities of tooth bonding and love creating beautiful, natural-looking smiles.
If you're self-conscious of your smile and dream of regaining your lost confidence, teeth bonding could be for you. Setting an appointment and sitting down with one of our doctors can guide you down the right path. Whether it be bonding, veneers, crowns, or otherwise, we have the know-how to get you smiling again.