Are You A Candidate For Dental Tooth Bonding?
Teeth bonding is normally used to:
- Repair teeth that are decayed.
- Repair teeth that are chipped or cracked.
- Improve the appearance of stained or discolored teeth.
- Close spaces between teeth.
- Lengthen short or worn teeth.
- Change the shape of a tooth or several teeth.
- Protect a tooth’s root that has been exposed by receding gums.
Beautify Your Smile In Just One Visit
Dental teeth bonding can usually be completed in just one visit to Top Down Dental in San Jose/Los Gatos. The procedure is so gentle it normally doesn’t require anesthetic.
Dr. Nancy Nehawandian prepares your tooth by lightly roughening the area to be repaired. Once roughened, the surface of your tooth is etched with a gel, and bonding primers and resins are applied. The paste-like consistency of the resin allows Dr. Nancy Nehawandian to sculpt it to an attractive shape. She may apply several layers in order to duplicate the color of your natural tooth. Once the shape and color are ideal, Dr. Nancy Nehawandian uses a high-intensity curing to harden it. With the modern dental technology, Top Down Dental in San Jose/Los Gatos can mimic the color, details and translucency of your teeth for a natural, healthy appearance.
Dental tooth bonding is one of the easiest and least expensive of the cosmetic dental procedures offered by Top Down Dental in San Jose/Los Gatos. Unlike veneers and crowns, teeth bonding doesn’t require anything that must be manufactured in a dental lab. This cuts the cost and time of the procedure down drastically.
How Long Does Dental Bonding Last For?
While dental tooth bonding is a wonderful, simple way to bring beauty to your teeth, you’ll need to look after it. How long your bonding will last depends on many factors. Dr. Nancy Nehawandian will investigate the particulars of your situation and let you know how long you can expect your dental tooth bonding to last. If you take care of your dental teeth bonding, it shouldn’t ever need to be replaced, but some touch-up work is normal after three to five years.
Find Out What Dental Bonding Can Do For You
A visit to Top Down Dental in San Jose/Los Gatos is the first step you’ll need to take to beautify your smile. Dr. Nancy Nehawandian will examine the health of your teeth and your bite, and recommend a treatment that right for you. With today’s technology, it’s easy to have a more attractive smile. You don’t need hide your smile from the world any longer. Contact our Los Gatos office today to learn more, (408) 354-5600