The many benefits of cosmetic dental bonding and why people are choosing it in Highland, MI
Cosmetic dental bonding is done using a pliable yet incredibly strong material to enhance your smile. Dr. Jill Seguin and her team at Milford Dental Care in Highland, MI, offer a solution called dental bonding to patients. Bonding can be used to strengthen and preserve a tooth from further cracking and chipping, or it can be used in a purely cosmetic manner to correct discoloration. Cosmetic dental bonding provides a completely natural look while being incredibly durable.
Let us take a look at some reasons you may want to choose dental bonding.
Completed in a Single Visit
Dental bonding is often performed on either a single tooth or multiples in a relatively quick manner. The composite resin used in dental bonding is applied, shaped, and hardened in just a single visit. The results provide a wonderfully natural look to your smile.
Preserve Your Natural Tooth
When looking at some other procedures, including porcelain veneers, some form of preparation of the tooth may be necessary. This preparation could come in many forms, including having to remove a thin layer of enamel. Dental bonding requires minimal alteration of your natural tooth. A slight filing of the tooth’s surface may be required to allow for better bonding of the resin material.
One of the many benefits offered by the composite resin material, which is used in the bonding process is its ability to be color-matched to your natural teeth. Another benefit is its ability to be shaped and otherwise altered to seamlessly fit in with the rest of your smile. Bonding can be applied to two adjacent teeth to close a visible gap. Bonding can even be used to correct tooth discoloration. When a tooth is discolored from within, a simple whitening will not be able to correct this. Bonding will cover the discoloration allowing the tooth to blend in beautifully with the rest of your smile.
If you are interested in learning more about dental bonding, its many applications, and the benefits it can provide, please give Dr. Jill Seguin and her team at Milford Dental Care in Highland, MI, a call today at (248) 845-4575.Back to Cosmetic Bonding Page