Dental bonding can correct a tooth gap, cover spots, chips, and discolorations, repair fractures, and even re-shape teeth. It is also great for an instant repair of a broken front tooth. One of the many advantages of dental bonding is that it usually takes only one visit at our Denver dentistry practice to complete.
Dental Bonding Procedure
At our Denver dentistry office the tooth bonding procedure involves roughening the surface of the tooth, applying an adhesive, and eventually shaping a putty-like resin into the desired shape. After the material has hardened, Dr. Grabiak DMD, FAGD will then further trim and shape it and polish it to make it match the rest of your mouth’s structure. The material used to restore your tooth is matched to the color of your existing teeth.
Cosmetic dental bonding is a highly sought after procedure because of its quick treatment times and positive results. Dr. Grabiak DMD, FAGD is trained to help patients achieve more functional and aesthetically pleasing smiles. Teeth bonding are also one of the least expensive cosmetic dentistry procedures especially when compared to that of dental veneers. An added advantage to bonding is that it is less invasive than a dental crown or porcelain veneer in that it requires little to no removal of tooth enamel.
Dental Bonding Consultation
To determine if you are a candidate for dental bonding Dr. Grabiak DMD, FAGD will first evaluate your teeth and check the extent of your concerns or damage. Once it is decided that tooth bonding will work for you Dr. Grabiak DMD, FAGD will work to restore the function and appearance of your tooth or teeth. If you have teeth that have suffered from extensive damage Dr. Grabiak DMD, FAGD may recommend a different restorative dentistry procedure to help correct your dental issue. Dental bonding can be used to help the following dental issues:
Repair chips or cracks
Improve the appearance of discolored teeth
Close spaces between teeth
Alter a tooth’s shape
Repair decayed teeth
To schedule an appointment with Dr. Grabiak DMD, FAGD or to get more information on the teeth bonding procedure please contact us today.
Dr. Grabiak DMD, FAGD has completed extensive dentistry training in advanced dental techniques and typically completes 100-150 hours of dental continuing education classes yearly. This is six times more than most state's licensing requirement.