Composite Bonding and Veneers – Options for Improving Your Smile
By: The Dental Surgery
Cosmetic composite bonding is a quick and easy way to improve your smile. Your dentist will assess your smile of areas which can be improved. Next, they will work with you to make those changes. Maybe you don't like the spacing of your teeth, maybe one tooth is shorter than the next one or has a noticeable chip. All these things are able to be improved with cosmetic composite bonding. Using technique sensitive procedures, your dentist prepares the tooth, applies the composite; which is a resin-based tooth coloured material, and cures it with a special curing light. This procedure will fill in any gaps, improve any inconsistencies of the tooth structure or elongate tooth structures to match the surrounding teeth. Simply put, you can update and refresh your smile in one visit!
This patient wanted a little gap between her two front teeth, enhancing the natural look.
Take Your Smile To The Next Level
Another procedure that can give your smile a dramatic change is that of cosmetic porcelain veneers. Cosmetic porcelain veneers offer a permanent long-term option for transforming your smile! Many patients comment how they feel, "so great about how they look", once they have their new porcelain veneers placed! Your dentist will work with you to plan out your veneer case. There are many things to consider, veneers can improve the shape, size, contour and shade of your teeth. For one procedure, it really is amazing the changes porcelain veneers can provide to your smile! While this procedure involves slightly more chair time than the composite bonding spoken of earlier, they are still only a two-appointment procedure process that delivers dramatic results! The first appointment, your dentist will prepare your teeth by slightly shaping them, take impressions and place temporary veneers on your teeth, while you wait for the final ones from the laboratory. Next, you return try in your final veneers and approve all aspects on how they look and if you love them, cement them in using a translucent dental cement. Yes, it really is that easy!
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Page Updated Last on: Jul 27, 2021