Aesthetic Composite Bonding
We are proud to offer aesthetic composite bonding as a conservative, minimally invasive method to address cosmetic requests and simultaneously preserve natural tooth structure.
Aesthetic composite bondingcan be used to assist patients to reach their smile goals. This procedure refers to the process of bonding (white) composite resin to existing tooth surfaces to achieve enhanced aesthetics while removing minimal existing tooth structure.
AESTHETIC BONDING ON CHIPPED FRONT TOOTH
Aesthetic composite bonding is a relatively inexpensive method to address cosmetic requests while maintaining maximum natural tooth structure. As compared to dental crowns and conventional veneers, aesthetic composite bonding serves as a minimally invasive method that yields a large return.
- Tooth discoloration due to fluorosis, medication, or root canal
- Gaps between teeth (diastema)
- Cracked teeth
- Chipped teeth
- Wear and tear
- Small size
- Short teeth
- Custom smile request
- No downtime is required
- Quick process – generally one appointment is sufficient
- Irritation to gum tissue is minimal
- Customized smile requests are achievable
- Minimally invasive techniques are utilized
- Maximum preservation of dental tissue is achievable
- Shade matching precision
- Drilling is not required
- Injection of anesthetics is not required
- Brighter smile
With all cosmetic dentistry procedures, our planning process shares a foundation of achieving true understanding of what our patients wish to achieve. Our staff is dedicated to helping you reach your smile goals! Aesthetic composite bonding may be used in tandem with other treatments such as teeth whitening and no-prep veneer application to adjacent teeth, or it may be used as a standalone treatment depends upon your specific goals and needs. The treatment plan of each patient is as unique as his or her smile, and our doctors are happy to assess your dental health to see if aesthetic composite bonding is the right choice for achieving your goals.
Depending upon treatment plan specifics, you can expect to have full results within a single visit! After a consultation, our doctor cleans and prepares the teeth to be bonded. Application of minimally invasive materials enables the bonding of the composite resin to the teeth. In general, this method involves several series of applications to generate the most natural, aesthetically pleasing outcome. After each application, a light is used to cure the resin.
Once the desired amount of composite has been bonded, minimally invasive techniques are used to shape, texture, and sculpt the form of the resin to reflect the agreed-upon goals.
This process requires no downtime and we are thrilled to offer minimally invasive tools such as air abrasion, dental lasers, and other advanced diagnostic technology to address any request.
Helping our patients reach their smile goals by the most conservative, minimally invasive means is the foundation of operations at LPS Dental. Our number one goal is to help you enjoy your smile and achieve long-term dental health while minimizing costs and interventions. In many cases, aesthetic composite bonding is the right choice for our patients who wish to transform the aesthetics of their smiles while avoiding traditionally invasive dentistry. As this alternative is inexpensive, gentle, and focuses on the preservation of dental tissue, many patients find that it is a great choice for them. Our doctors are more than happy to discuss aesthetic composite bonding with you as part of your potential treatment plan.
Please feel free to reach out to us. Whether you are a new patient or a current patient, we are always happy to answer any of your questions and concerns.
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