Dental bonding is an excellent way to dramatically improve the appearance of your smile. The procedure is remarkably fast and simple, and can usually be completed in a single visit to our Austin, TX, office. It’s no wonder so many patients have chosen dental bonding as a way to get the smile they’ve always dreamed of, because the results are absolutely stunning!
Are You a Candidate for Dental Bonding?
While it’s true that dental bonding is a great way to get a beautiful smile, there is also a practical side to this dental procedure. Bonding can often repair teeth that are chipped or misshaped, and can also be a good choice for people with stained teeth that can’t be whitened by other procedures (such as patients with eroded enamel, for example).
What You Need to Know about Dental Bonding
The process required for dental bonding is surprisingly quick and easy. Dr. Miller simply applies the bonding material over your existing teeth, then uses a special light to harden it. That’s it! The procedure can be completed in a single visit to our Austin, TX, office.
By now, you’re probably thinking that dental bonding sounds like a miraculous technology, and in many ways it is. But, as is always the case, it may not be the right choice for everyone. You should know that the material used in bonding your teeth will need to be replaced every 4 to 7 years, and it can be stained in much the same way as your normal teeth can be, so habits like drinking too much red wine or coffee may stain your bonded teeth. The bonding material is also susceptible to damage, so you should avoid chewing hard candy or ice, for example.
Learn More About Dental Bonding
- Dental Bonding for Gaps in Between Teeth
- Dental Bonding vs. Veneers
- How Long Does Dental Bonding Last?
- Is Dental Bonding on Molars a Good Idea?
- Using Dental Bonding for Translucent Teeth
Contact Our Office Today
For more information about dental implants, or to schedule an appointment with Dr. Miller, contact our Austin, TX, office today.