Non-invasive and an excellent way to enhance your natural teeth

A form of cosmetic dentistry called dental bonding has helped many patients regain confidence in their smiles.

It is an inexpensive, effective way to improve the appearance of teeth. At our dental office in Mission Viejo , we can help you learn more about dental bonding and all the options available for a brighter smile.

What is Dental Bonding?

Dental Bonding is a non-invasive, excellent way to enhance your natural teeth in order to perfect them and it is the most affordable method for tooth restoration there is. Bonding uses a composite resin (kind of like putty) where Dr. Sasha will place it onto the affected tooth (bond it), make it the perfect shape for your gapped, chipped, decayed, or discolored tooth, and then the resin is dried to set and you are good to go—all in the same day!

What is Dental Bonding?

Bonding is not the same as a veneer; it is a more cost-effective alternative. Tooth bonding can last a long time with care, but generally not as long as veneers.  You will be able to brush and floss your bonded tooth as usual, but take care when biting hard objects such as ice, hard candy, etc. As with any tooth restoration, it is recommended that your teeth are whitened to the level you want them because the bonded tooth will be made to match your existing teeth during your visit with us.

Is Dental Bonding Safe?

Many people are worried whether dental bonding is safe. Since dental bonding doesn’t require any surgery, it is a safe and inexpensive procedure. The resin can wear or chip off after around ten years, but it can easily be fixed by your dentist. As time goes on, your dental bonds may need professional teeth whitening Mission Viejo  because they are not as stain-resistant as other cosmetic options such as dental veneers.

For more information on tooth bonding at New Generation Dentistry, give us a call or stop by our dental office in Mission Viejo. Our cosmetic dentists will create a custom treatment to perfectly treat your needs.

Updated for 2018.