Dental Bonding in Oro Valley

If you have teeth that have been damaged or look discolored, speak with your Hiremath Family Dentistry professional about dental bonding for your teeth. Oro Valley patients have many options to enhance their smile, including the most advanced technology along with more cost-effective options like bonding.

What Is Dental Bonding?

Dental bonding requires applying a composite resin that matches your smile to your teeth. This resin is used to repair damage that has occurred to teeth such as fractures, chips, or decay. They can also be used to enhance the color of teeth, hiding discoloration that could make your smile less bright. The material is bonded to your tooth and bonding can be completed in one dental visit.

What Is Bonding Used for?

Bonding is very easy for your dentist to accomplish. Composite resin can be manipulated by your dental professional, allowing them to shape teeth so that they match the look of your surrounding teeth. Bonding is often used cosmetically, enhancing patient smiles and making teeth look even and bright. It can also be used on gaps in teeth, closing the space or even making teeth look a certain way so that you can achieve the look you want.

How Is Bonding Done?

Your Hiremath Family Dentistry professional will choose a shade that matches the color of your teeth. Then, the teeth will be lightly roughened so that the material can adhere to the surface more easily. A conditioning liquid will also be used to help the bonding material stay on the tooth. Once the conditioner is applied, the composite resin follows, and your dentist will mold your tooth into the desired shape. When the shape and length has been achieved, the material will be hardened using a UV light or a laser.

Bonding is an easy and affordable way to get a more beautiful smile than you ever thought you could have. If you want to learn more about how dental bonding can be used by your Oro Valley dentist to enhance your smile, stop by our office for a visit or give us a call during business hours to schedule an appointment.

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