Bonding And A Better Smile: Your Questions!

When you’re on a journey that’s all about the little problems you face with your teeth, you may not know how to navigate cosmetic options. First, you may think that your problems might just be too small. Then, you may worry that the cosmetic care available to you is just not necessary for the size and (lack of) severity you’re experiencing. Good news: Dental bonding may offer you just what you need! Learn more with the assistance of some questions (and answers).


Questions and Answers

Question: What types of concerns may I choose bonding for? Is dental bonding for widespread problems or is it better for isolated concerns?

Answer: Bonding is something we can provide for individual problems. However, if you have many of them, we may use bonding throughout your smile. Consider the following reasons we usually offer it: You have spaces between your teeth that you want closed, you have chips, you want to cover tiny cracks, you are unhappy with isolated stains, or you want a tooth that looks shorter to appear longer.

Question: What do you do when you provide me with dental bonding? Are you placing something over my entire tooth?

Answer: No. We are painting and sculpting composite, an acrylic-resin based material that we color customize, onto the area that requires improvement. We harden it using a quick curing process and then we make the material shiny to match your tooth’s finish.

Question: Can I use dental bonding if I already have dental work in place?

Answer: We can only use bonding on natural tooth tissue. As a result, if you are having problems with a crown, bridge, etc., we will need to rely on another treatment.

Choose Bonding With Our Team For Quick Fixes

When you’re ready to fix problems with your smile, such as stains or chips, come see us for convenient bonding. To learn more, or to schedule an appointment, call Creekside Family Dental Care in Columbia, TN, today at (931) 388–3384.

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