What you may already know is that dental bonding can help you with your smile if you’re not too crazy about the way it looks these days. While it cannot address everything, it does provide improvement in a very specific way. Not sure you know what that is (Hint: It adds artificial dental tissue), you have a hard time keeping the benefits separate from contouring, but you’re just trying to figure out which cosmetic option is going to help the most? Not a problem. We’d love to fill you in on the details!
About The Material
We provide you with dental bonding by applying composite to the target sites. Composite is a material that is also used for tooth-colored fillings. Here’s what you should remember:
- We can use it as a paint or sculpt with it
- It’s customizable, so we can also choose the shade
- It lasts a long time
- It looks natural
About The Process
We’ll strategize ahead of time, so we offer dental bonding as needed for your unique needs. Once we apply the composite, we will shape it and cure it. Within a single visit, we will apply and harden composite for the cosmetic improvement you require.
About The Benefits
Dental bonding allows you to benefit in a variety of ways when you need more tissue for your smile. Generally speaking, you can rely on it to fill in little spaces between your teeth, to make a tooth appear longer than it is, to cover problems like stains, and to fix chipped teeth.
See If Bonding Is For You During A Visit
Learn about bonding and your candidacy by coming to see us for a dental consultation. Schedule a visit with Coppertop Family Dentistry in Redmond, OR today by contacting us at (541) 923-5927.