Composite Dental Bonding in South Florida

Woman smiling and marveling how dental bonding filled the gaps in her smile. Composite dental bonding is often considered to be one of the easiest and least invasive ways to improve your smile with cosmetic dentistry. Bonding is used to easily repair chips, decay, fractured teeth, and discoloration. An added benefit is that our South Florida dentists can usually apply composite bonding in a single appointment!

What Is Dental Bonding?

Bonding is the application of a tooth-colored material using dental adhesives and a special light. The materials are bonded to the tooth and this procedure is most often used to help improve the appearance of a discolored or chipped tooth.

Dental bonding can also be used to close spaces between teeth, to make teeth look longer, or to change the shape of a tooth. Dentists often use composite tooth bonding procedures as an alternative to amalgam fillings or to protect a tooth’s root that has been exposed due to gum recession.

Image showing how dental bonding can fix large gaps in your teeth. Is Bonding The Right Choice For Your Smile?

This procedure generally takes little to no preparation, often not even requiring an anesthetic! One of our South Florida doctors will work with you to determine the best shade of bonding to use to reveal your best smile.
Most patients are ideal candidates for this type of dental bonding. You will likely be a candidate for composite dental bonding if you have teeth that are:

  • Chipped
  • Discolored or stained
  • Crooked
  • Rotated
  • Not the right length
  • Have gaps in your smile
  • Have dental bridge facings that are worn or broken

Schedule Your Dental Bonding Consultation With Smile Design Dental Today!

A consultation with one of our doctors is the perfect way to answer all of your questions and determine if composite dental bonding could be the best solution for your smile! Call your local office today to schedule your cosmetic consultation. 

At Smile Design Dental, we often recommend a dental crown to patients whose teeth don’t have enough healthy enamel to support a filling or to top off a dental implant.

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