If you do not want to break the bank but still want to correct some minor blemishes, dental bonding is an excellent choice for quick restoration to your smile. Some minor blemishes can include gaps within your smile or even a cracked tooth. Dental bonding is not a permanent procedure. However, it can last several years before needed to be touched up.
Dental bonding is a great solution if you do not have the time to go through a full cosmetic procedure, or you have a wedding or important business meeting coming up and want to impress with a fantastic smile. Visit Dr. Ed Lazer of Baltimore, MD for a cosmetic consultation.
Tooth Bonding can be used to treat a variety of dental issues including:
- Address worn teeth
- Repair broken or chipped teeth
- Improve the appearance of stained or discolored teeth
- Correct misshapen or crooked teeth
- Close gaps between the teeth
- Protect teeth from decay
What Are The Benefits Of Tooth Bonding?
Cost: The cost of dental bonding is significantly less than other cosmetic procedures such as porcelain veneers or dental crowns.
Speed: Dental bonding typically requires only one office visit. The entire process can be accomplished in as little as 60 minutes.
Simplicity: Most patients can receive tooth bonding without the need for anesthesia. Also, there is very little enamel removed during the tooth bonding process which makes it a preferred choice for patients.
Natural: The tooth bonding material is matched to your natural tooth color which makes it difficult for even your closest friends to notice that you had treatment to fix your smile.
Does Tooth Bonding Have Any Disadvantages?
Yes, unfortunately, tooth bonding has some disadvantages such as staining. Just like your real teeth, dental bonding is subject to staining from dark colors liquids such as coffee, and wine. Of course, tobacco products can stain dental bonding as well. We do nothing but advise you to avoid using tobacco products, and if you are currently using, then you should consider quitting as soon as possible. Smoking is not only horrible for your overall health, but it also harms your oral health.
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If you are interested in learning more about how dental bonding can help you have a smile that impresses in both your professional and social life, call us at (410) 697-6290 or request a consultation online.