7 Ways Dental Bonding Can Improve Your Smile In Denver

Categories: Cosmetic Dentistry

7 Ways Cosmetic Dentistry Can Improve Your Smile In Lone Tree

Dental bonding is a popular cosmetic dentistry procedure in the Denver area, but there are many patients who don’t know exactly what it is or when it is useful to have the procedure done. Today in the Lone Tree Dental Blog, we explain 7 ways dental bonding is used in cosmetic dentistry.

The dental bonding procedure uses a resin material that is sturdy and tooth-colored. It is applied to the teeth while soft, like putty, and then hardened or set with a special light. The material bonds with the tooth and can then be shaped and polished.

Dentists will usually consider the option of bonding when 1) decayed, 2) chipped, or 3) cracked teeth need to be repaired.

4) Large spaces between teeth can be filled with bonding material, and 5) roots can be protected by bonding after gums recede.

6) Discolored teeth can also be improved using the bonding process, and, since the material is easily shaped, teeth can be made to 7) look longer or just have the general shape changed. Bonding is often used, along with teeth whitening, when having a smile makeover.

Hi. We’re Drs. Almeida & Bell, of Almeida & Bell Cosmetic, Implant & Sedation Dentistry in Lone Tree.  We want our patients to have the best oral health possible. We also want them to look their best, and our practice, Almeida & Bell Cosmetic, Implant & Sedation Dentistry, offers the following services:

cosmetic dentistry
sedation dentistry
dental implants
porcelain veneers

And more! So, if you are in the Highlands Ranch, Lone Tree, or Denver area and are in need of dental care or have cosmetic dentistry questions, please give us a call at 303-858-9000.

We hope to hear from you soon!

Drs. Drs. Almeida & Bell
Almeida & Bell Cosmetic, Implant & Sedation Dentistry
8683 E Lincoln Ave Ste 200
Lone Tree, Colorado

The following website was used as source material for this blog:
http://www.webmd.com/oral-health/guide/dental-bonding, accessed on Mar. 7, 2013