Dental Bonding Cosmetic Teeth Bonding

February 04, 2020, Park Avenue Smiles Yonkers

Dental Bonding Cosmetic Teeth Bonding
Dental Bonding Cosmetic Teeth Bonding
Teeth bonding is a cost-effective way to cover cosmetic dental flaws and repairing minor injuries. Dental bonding used for teeth contouring is made from composite fillings. Reshaping teeth is required when you injure a tooth. White filling material matches the color of your teeth so no one notices you’ve had cosmetic bonding. And dental bonding costs less than crowns. When you see dental bonding before and after photos, you’ll see the value in teeth reshaping.

What is dental bonding?

Dental bonding refers to a tooth-colored resin material, called a composite filling. Your Yonkers dentist applies it to your teeth for teeth reshaping. The curing material chemically bonds the resin to your teeth to restore and improve your smile. Your dentist, open on Saturdays, may use dental bonding for several reasons.

Depending on the reasons for dental bonding, very little preparation is required, and you may not even need anesthesia. The bonding offers both cosmetic and restorative benefits, as the material is colored to match your natural teeth.

Uses for Cosmetic Bonding in Yonkers

The versatility of the composite filling material provides your dentist flexibility and a wide range of dental solutions. For example, by making the composite filling look as natural as possible, you can get a confident smile. Your dentist in the Yonkers also uses dental bonding for:

  • Repairing and reshaping your teeth after decayed material has been removed
  • Teeth reshaping from chipped  or cracked teeth
  • Improving appearance of discolored teeth
  • Teeth contouring to make your teeth longer or change the shape of your teeth
  • Closing spaces between teeth
  • A cosmetic alternative to amalgam or mercury fillings
  • Protecting a portion of a tooth’s root exposed when the gum recedes

Procedure for Dental Bonding

Tooth bonding is the process in which a tooth-colored resin is applied over your natural teeth to improve the appearance of your smile and protect your teeth. It is a cosmetic procedure that can fix chips, misalignment, or discoloration in your teeth. You can get one tooth bonded or all your teeth, depending on how many you want to fix. Many of the reasons for cosmetic bonding in Yonkers require no anesthesia, but your dentist makes sure you’re comfortable throughout the procedure. The steps include:

  • If filling a cavity, drilling or working near a nerve, your dentistry office uses local anesthesia.
  • A shade guide matches the composite to your surrounding teeth.
  • Your dentist, open on Saturday , conditions the surface of the tooth so the composite filling adheres to the surface.
  • The application of tooth-colored resin follows in layers to build up the tooth.
  • Your Yonkers dentist molds and smooths the resin.
  • Next comes hardening the material with a special light.
  • Finally, your dentist trims, shapes and polishes the material to match your surrounding teeth and provide a good bite.

You pick the color of your desired teeth and a shape closest to your own teeth. The dentist then applies the resin to your teeth and hardens it with ultraviolet light. The process usually takes 30 to 60 minutes per tooth. Dental bonding before and after results are completely natural-looking.

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For more information about the Park Avenue Smiles, please contact our office by number  (914) 965-3864.

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Saturday: 8:00 am - 3:00 pm
Sunday: CLOSED

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Park Avenue Smiles
169 Park Ave,
Yonkers, NY 10703
(914) 965-3864


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