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Dental Bonding

What is dental bonding?

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Have you chipped your tooth? Are you unhappy with the shape, size, or color of your teeth, when you see pictures of yourself what bother you about your smile? Do you have discrepancies in shape and size or other teeth imperfections that you would like us to fix? Have you heard of dental bonding but you’re not quite sure what dental bonding is?

Dental bonding is an inexpensive way to restore your teeth with minor dental repairs for aesthetically pleasing results. Here at Mountain Springs Dental the doctor will prepare the tooth for a long lasting bond so your improvements last. This process does not hurt. After that the bonding material is placed onto the tooth’s surface, shaped and sculpted until the damage to your tooth is no longer visible. A special light is used to help the material harden, or “bond” and set in place for a permanent fix. Finally, the composite is polished and buffed for a smooth finish. To learn more about dental bonding contact our consultant at Mountain Springs Dental office at North Ogden, UT free of charge.

What are the materials used in dental bonding?

Composite, tooth colored resin, is the material used in the procedure of dental bonding. Composite is available in a variety of shades, and because of that, it is easy to match the dental bonding using composite with the tooth in a manner that makes your tooth look and feel completely natural, like it was never even damaged!

Do you need dental bonding?

Have you chipped your tooth recently? Are your teeth becoming discolored? Are you ready to repair and enhance your teeth and smile with confidence?

If the answer to any of these questions is “yes”, you should contact our consultant at Mountain Springs Dental office at North Ogden, UT and book an appointment right away!

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