Dental bonding, also known as tooth bonding, is a general dentistry service that can have a tremendous impact on the strength and appearance of your smile. Safe, effective, and fast, dental bonding is a cost-effective way to address both functional and aesthetic issues including:
- Chipped or cracked teeth
- Minor gaps and spaces
- Sizing and shape irregularities
- Exposed tooth roots
- Large fillings
- Discoloration below the enamel
If you are experiencing any of these issues, please contact Moore Family Dentistry online or by calling (919) 772-1811 today to schedule an appointment at our Garner, North Carolina office.
Greater Preservation of Tooth Structure
Dental bonding is less invasive than porcelain veneers and capable of providing many of the same benefits. Unlike veneers and crowns that may require a significant amount of healthy tooth enamel be removed prior to placement, bonding requires only a mild roughing of surface enamel. By creating a porous surface, dental bonding can easily adhere to teeth, producing a seamless look and perfect fit while improving the quality of your smile.
Dental bonding is applied in layers but often requires only one office visit to complete. Each layer is hardened with UV light after being placed, with the final layer polished, shaded and carefully sculpted to match adjacent teeth in color and size. Garner family dentist Dr. Adam Moore takes special care to ensure each bonding procedure is aesthetically pleasing and functionally sound to help produce lasting satisfaction.
Dental bonding is less expensive than many other dental restorations but just as capable of producing remarkable results. During your next visit to our office, Dr. Moore will be happy to answer any questions about dental bonding that you may have and to help you determine if this safe and effective treatment is right for your smile.
To schedule your next appointment with our experienced Garner family dentist, please call (919) 772-1811 today. We welcome patients from Cary and all surrounding North Carolina communities.