It isn’t big, but it’s big enough that you notice it when you look in the mirror. To you, that means it’s likely that other people will notice it, too.
Either way, it’s enough that you want to do something about it. Tooth bonding may be just what you need to feel good about your smile again.
A Solution To Smile Concerns
Dental bonding is a fast yet effective fix for many problems:
- Cracked teeth
- Chipped or broken teeth
- Small gaps between teeth
- Discolored teeth
- Misshapen teeth
- Worn-down teeth
With bonding, you could repair individual teeth in a single visit to our office. The composite resin we use can match the color of your natural teeth so it blends in with the rest of your smile.
A Little Goes A Long Way
When something is off about your smile, it affects you. It can leave you feeling self-conscious or even a little embarrassed to let others see your teeth. That can make face-to-face meetings more stressful than they should be whether you are meeting someone for work or for personal matters.
This is why tooth bonding can be so beneficial. Bonding can be used to make changes to your teeth in a single visit with our team.
We can apply the resin where it is needed to make repairs to your teeth, to build up teeth, or to conceal problems with your smile. After it’s applied, the resin is hardened and polished, so it looks like part of your natural tooth.
Bonding can last for years with proper care. It can be replaced in time, or it may be the first step in a long-term approach.
Dental bonding can be used to fix many of the same issues as dental veneers. The difference is that veneers are a more durable treatment, which can last a decade or more with proper care. Getting bonding today, however, can be a cost-effective solution with immediate results. This also can allow you time to save for another treatment.
Take Advantage Of This Simple Service
Bonding can be your first step toward something bigger, or it can be the main fix for your concerns about your smile.
At our San Diego office, it’s part of our complete health approach dental care. This starts with the basics of preventive dentistry, including regular cleanings and exams. But complete health means doing things that are good for your overall health, including your mental and emotional health, too.
If you are unhappy with the appearance of your smile, you have the power to make changes. You have the option of getting dental bonding or one of our other cosmetic services to transform your teeth.