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Dental Bonding – Dallas, TX

A Simple Fix for Small Smile Flaws

When you hear the phrase “smile flaws,” you may imagine a grin with glaring cosmetic issues. Some examples would be intensely yellow teeth, a tooth with a huge chip or crack, etc. Still, not every fault in a smile is big; some can be small or minor. It’s for this reason that we provide dental bonding here at our Dallas office. Through this treatment, our dentists can offer a slight touch-up to your flawed teeth. Learn more about it by reading below or book a visit soon.

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What is Dental Bonding?

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Dental bonding is an oral procedure designed to hide a smile's minor flaws. To that end, it applies tooth-colored resin to flawed teeth and later sculps and hardens this material. The resin then hides issues like small tooth stains, chips, cracks, and even misalignments, all while blending seamlessly with the rest of your smile.

On average, the dental bonding process takes 1-2 dental visits. It usually starts by cleaning the relevant teeth and removing their decayed and damaged parts. From there, our dentists apply and sculpt the resin onto your tooth enamel. They’ll then polish your teeth and make some last-minute changes.

Who is a Good Candidate for Dental Bonding?

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Typically, patients don’t have to meet strict criteria to get dental bonding. Most fairly healthy adults can qualify for it with almost no exception. That said, the best candidates for this treatment only have slight smile flaws; dental bonding isn’t great at hiding severe imperfections.

Given the facts above, dental bonding is ideal for patients with one (or more) of the following:

Of course, please consult our dentists before you settle on this option. They’ll perform a thorough oral exam to see if dental bonding suits your smile. If it does, our team will then draft a custom treatment plan. You’ll then be on your way to a grin worthy of the red carpet!

The Benefits of Dental Bonding

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While dental bonding only fixes minor flaws, its upsides are significant. Notable ones include:

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