Fill in the cracks in your smile with dental bonding. Dental bonding is a simple and effective method for correcting various cosmetic dental bondingimperfections in teeth, including cracks or chips. Dental bonding can also be used to conceal stains and discolorations, as well as fill in small gaps between teeth. The bonding material used to fill in cracks and correct other imperfections permanently bonds with the tooth and looks like a natural part of the tooth once dry. At Today's Dental, Dr. Tiberiu Oancea and Dr. Jeromy Thornton are your dentists in Houston, TX, for dental bonding.

Dental Bonding

Several different cosmetic dental options are available for filling in cracks and improving the overall appearance of your smile. While there are many good options, dental bonding is one of the most affordable. Further, the procedure for applying bonding material to problem areas is quick and uncomplicated in comparison to other cosmetic dental procedures. A Houston area dentist, such as Dr. Oancea or Dr. Thornton at Today's Dental, can help you decide if dental bonding is the best option for addressing your cosmetic dental concerns.

Dental bonding is performed using a composite resin material. The material can be color matched to your existing teeth so that it readily blends in and looks completely natural. The bonding material is applied directly on the problem area, such as over a crack or chip in your tooth. Once the bonding material has been completely applied, it is then dried. During the drying process, the material bonds with the tooth, permanently becoming part of it. Dental bonding can be used to correct the following cosmetic concerns:

• Fill in cracks
• Repair chipped teeth
• Fill in small gaps between teeth
• Conceal stains and discolorations 
• Reshape misshaped teeth
• Cover and protect exposed tooth roots

Dental bonding can fill in the cracks in your smile and correct or conceal various other cosmetic imperfections, as well. To learn more about dental bonding and how it can help your smile, schedule an appointment with Dr. Oancea or Dr. Thornton, your Houston, TX, dentists, by calling Today's Dental at (281) 580-0770.

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