Dental Bonding in Houston
Bonding is among the easiest and least expensive of cosmetic dental procedures. The composite resin used in bonding can be shaped and polished to match the surrounding teeth. Most often, bonding is used for cosmetic purposes:
- To improve the appearance of a discolored or chipped tooth.
- To close slight spaces between teeth.
- To make teeth look longer.
- or to change the shape or color of teeth.
Why should I consider dental bonding?
At Royal Dental there are often multiple treatment options available for the same condition or problem. If you are looking for a cost-effective treatment that will be completed in only one visit, then dental bonding may be your best treatment option.
What can cosmetic bonding help correct?
Dental bonding can be used to treat chipped or broken teeth, teeth that have stained or become discolored, gaps or spaces in between teeth, minor cases of crooked teeth, and damage to bridge facings. Bonding can also be used as a cosmetic alternative to metal fillings or to protect an exposed or damaged tooth root.
What are the advantages of dental bonding?
Other restorative dental procedures may require multiple visits or extensive time to allow for custom made products to be created. Cosmetic bonding is different because it can be accomplished in one visit and yields immediate results. The treatment is minimally invasive and also more budget friendly than other procedures to repair similar dental issues.
What can I expect during my dental bonding consultation?
Dental bonding improves the look of your teeth by instilling tooth-colored resin and reshaping it to achieve perfectly contoured teeth. After this step, a laser or ultraviolet light is utilized to harden the molded material.
How long will dental bonding last?
Dental bonding repairs can last up to 15 years with proper oral health care.
Is dental bonding safe? Does treatment hurt?
The material used in dental bonding procedures is not only natural-looking and stain-resistant; it is also FDA approved. Dental bonding is non-invasive and often painless for patients.
Schedule a consultation
If you are interested in dental bonding and would like more information, contact our office today! Call (713) 330-7700 to schedule a consultation.