Tooth Bonding / Dental Bonding in Calgary
Cosmetic restorations suitable for all budgets
Dental bonding is a versatile restorative treatment option that can help to remedy minor imperfections or take the place of a dental crown.
Smile transformations with dental bonding
Dental bonding is a versatile procedure that involves applying shaped composite resin directly to the tooth surface and curing it in place. This material is intended to look like natural tooth material, leaving you with a beautiful restoration that will give you back your confidence and protect the underlying structure.
To find out if dental bonding could be the right choice for you, make an appointment with Dr. Newman. You’ll have a chance to ask questions and find out if this treatment is right for you.
Popular uses for dental bonding
- Alternative to a dental crown
- Fix minor imperfections
- Create a straighter smile
- Close gaps or make teeth appear longer
- Repair chipped or damaged teeth
Tooth bonding or dental bonding is not right in every situation, but it can be an excellent low-cost treatment option with incredible results.
The tooth bonding process explained
Discover how Dr. Newman uses dental bonding to achieve incredible restorations in a short time…
The dental bonding procedure starts with a local anesthetic injection to numb the area. This will help to ensure your discomfort is minimal throughout the procedure. The site of the restoration will need to be prepared for the resin. The damaged tooth material will be removed to create a clean surface. The surface of your tooth may need to be shaped to make space for the resin.
The resin is a putty-like material that is applied directly to the tooth. The putty is gently maneuvered into shape and then a special light is used to harden the material. The resin or composite bonding material will be matched to your existing tooth colour to give a more natural-looking restoration.
Dental bonding is suitable for small cosmetic changes or restorations, but Dr. Newman may recommend a different treatment plan for some situations. To fix imperfections without orthodontics, a porcelain veneer might be more appropriate. For a root canal restoration, a dental crown would be more durable, but tooth bonding can help to control costs.
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