Dental Bonding

Are your teeth stained or dull? Has an accident left your teeth chipped or cracked? Cosmetic dentist Edward Shukovsky, D.M.D. uses state-of-the-art dental bonding materials and techniques at our practice in order to rejuvenate and strengthen the teeth of our patients. Dental bonding is a cosmetic dentistry procedure that reinforces teeth with a tooth-colored composite to create a smile that looks natural, healthy, and beautiful. Bonding is the same process used to attach porcelain veneers or dental crowns to teeth, and it can be utilized to reshape damaged teeth.

To get more information on how the smile of your dreams can be achieved through dental bonding, contact the dental practice of Dr. Edward Shukovsky.

What Is Dental Bonding?

The process of dental bonding involves the application of a composite dental material to aesthetically damaged teeth in order to renew their restore their beauty. The composite is color matched to the rest of your teeth so the dental bonding will blend right in. During the procedure, the surface of the affected teeth is prepared with a solution to create a suitable bonding surface. Custom-made dental resin is applied to the prepared teeth, skillfully shaped for the best appearance, and hardened upon exposure to a special light. The last step is to treat and polish the dental bonding for a natural, radiant smile.

Benefits of Dental Bonding

Dental bonding is a quick and virtually painless procedure that is perfect for minor cosmetic or practical fixes to your teeth. Depending on how many teeth need treatment, dental bonding can normally be completed after only one office visit, without the need to wait for veneers or crowns. It is the fastest and easiest way to achieve a balanced, beautiful, and functional smile.

Contact Us to Learn More about Dental Bonding

If you are unhappy with the appearance of your teeth, then you may benefit from dental bonding. Contact our dental practice to schedule a consultation. We will start you on your road to a healthy, beautiful smile.