Reshape Your Smile in Toronto, ON
Unfortunately, teeth can crack and break. You may accidently bite into a chicken bone, or you could have been hit in the mouth while playing sports. If you have recently damaged one of your teeth or have lived with damaged teeth for some time, dental bonding can be used to reshape your smile. This treatment is quick and painless, and can leave you with a beautiful, repaired smile.
Common Flaws Treated with Dental Bonding
Some common damage that dental bonding is used to treat include:
- Chips and cracks
- Wide gaps
- Short and misshapen teeth
How Does It Work?
Dental bonding utilizes a special type of resin, which is applied to the damaged tooth. What is unique about this treatment is the fact that this resin can be manipulated into the shape needed to reverse the damage done to the affected tooth. And, while other treatments require time for the restoration to be made, dental bonding is typically finished in one office visit.
Many people choose to repair their teeth with dental bonding because of:
- How quickly treatment can be provided. This treatment can repair your smile in one visit, whereas crowns and bridges need to be custom-made before you will be able to have them applied. This process can take weeks, in which time you could have been enjoying your new smile courtesy of bonding.
- Dental bonding is completed in one or sometimes two appointments. Other treatments can require months of appointments before being complete.
- With this treatment, the resin is applied directly to the tooth and then sculpted then and there. A benefit of this is that it makes the treatment very affordable, especially when compared to other cosmetic treatments.
Is This Treatment Right For You?
Dental bonding is great for patients who need to repair damaged teeth, but are also on a stricter time limit. In order to determine whether or not you are a good candidate for dental bonding, you will need to attend a consultation with Dr. Andre Hughes.
During this consultation, Dr. Hughes will examine your damaged teeth and speak with you about your smile goals. From the information collected during this consultation, the doctor will be able to determine if dental bonding is right for your needs.
Schedule A Consultation Today
If you are suffering from damaged teeth, or are simply unhappy with the appearance of your teeth, then you could greatly benefit from treatment with dental bonding. To learn more, contact our office and schedule a no-obligation consultation with Dr. Andre Hughes today. We can have you sporting a better smile in no time, so don’t hesitate!