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Minor flaws can be a nuisance, especially when they are readily visible. If you are tired of looking in the mirror to see a small chip or tooth fracture that can be seen by others, it’s time to consider how Dr. Olga Kandov and her team can help. With dental bonding in Doylestown , you can prepare for a fast, effective solution that produces beautiful results. In just one appointment, you’ll see a distinct difference in your smile, allowing you to feel more confident and comfortable with your appearance. Call to schedule a consultation to learn if you’re a candidate for dental bonding.
Dental bonding is a conservative cosmetic solution that uses composite resin to fix minor flaws. The same material used to fill in cavity-stricken teeth can also be used to repair small chips or cracks in the tooth enamel. When a patient arrives with a desire to conceal these kinds of imperfections, dental bonding can be one of the more affordable and easy-to-use solutions available.
The composite resin can be applied directly onto the tooth enamel and shaped accordingly to produce a seamless appearance.
If you are considering dental bonding, you’ll need to meet with your cosmetic dentist for a consultation. It is during this visit that she will go over your oral and overall health history as well as determine if you have any existing dental problems that might inhibit the success of such treatment. If there are signs of decay or gum disease, we will need to address those first.
But if you are cleared for treatment and are looking to rid your smile of any of the following flaws, you can expect to begin the process of dental bonding as soon as possible:
Your cosmetic dentist in Doylestown will first need to perform a thorough consultation before agreeing to provide dental bonding. However, if you are deemed eligible for treatment, you can expect the following steps to be taken:
When choosing dental bonding to repair your appearance, you’ll find there are numerous benefits, such as: