Conservative Treatment with Tooth Bonding
You have several different cosmetic options available when it comes to improving your smile, but not every option is ideal for every situation. For example, cosmetic tooth bonding can help improve many issues in a more conservative manner than other treatment options. This allows you to not only improve your smile’s appearance, but also preserve more of your healthy, natural tooth structure in the process.
When Your Tooth Needs Improvement
Tooth bonding is most often appropriate for conditions that involve minor blemishes with your tooth structure. Using a biocompatible composite resin, which is designed to closely resemble your natural tooth structure, tooth bonding can improve your tooth’s appearance as well as help restore and fortify its damaged structure. This makes it an appealing choice for teeth that exhibit one or more of the following:
- Chipped or lightly cracked teeth
- Worn down teeth
- Teeth with too much space between them
- Severe teeth stains that don’t respond to teeth-whitening
- And more
How Cosmetic Tooth Bonding Helps
There are many reasons why we may recommend tooth bonding for such issues rather than other cosmetic options. For example, the finely ground acrylic and quartz-like particles that make up composite resin are highly biocompatible, meaning the resin helps support the health and integrity of your natural teeth. Bonding a tooth also minimizes the amount of changes needed to its natural, healthy structure, which allows it to remain stronger and healthier in the long-term.
Learn if Bonding Your Tooth Can Improve It
When improving your smile means building up your tooth structure, cosmetic tooth bonding may be the best option. When you’re ready to schedule a consultation, call the office of Gregory Wright, DDS in Southlake, TX today at (817) 481-7999. We’ve proudly served the residents of Southlake, Grapevine, Keller, Trophy Club, Colleyville, and all surrounding communities since 1992.