Caring Dental has many treatment options if you want to improve the quality and beauty of your smile. Our bonding procedures are effective, and it would be our pleasure to help you address your dental concerns.

With a single visit, we can give you the smile you want. We can use bonding to correct caps, chips, and cracks. We can even use bonding to remove blemishes that otherwise harm your smile. 

If you want to learn more about why our bonding procedure has become so popular, take a look at some important information below.

How Do We Use Dental Bonding?

With dental bonding, we can correct minor aesthetic issues with your smile. We make our bonding solution from a resin, ensuring that it matches your surrounding teeth. That way, we ensure that the bonding resin matches your smile. It will be nearly impossible for someone to tell the difference between resin and your native tooth.

We can use bonding to cover up cracks and chips that could be present. We will attach the resin to the front of your teeth, ensuring that we do not impact the tooth’s structure. Because this is one of the safest treatment options available, we can limit possible complications and side effects. It is one of the most popular treatment tools that we have at our disposal.

Is Dental Bonding Right for You?

You may want to go with this treatment option for several reasons. They include:

  • If you have chipped your tooth, you might look for a simple, straightforward, and effective treatment option.
  • If you have a crack in your tooth, we can use bonding to help you.
  • Dental bonding might be right for you if you want to fill in a small gap in your smile. 

Because this is a quick, non-invasive treatment option, we recommend it to many of our patients. 

How Does the Procedure Work?

There are several steps we will follow. First, we will take a look at your goals and concerns. We will review your treatment options with you, ensuring they provide you with an effective choice.

We will do a comprehensive exam if you choose dental bonding. We want to map out your smile to ensure we understand exactly what we will do to improve your oral health. Then, we will place a specific gel on your teeth to ensure the resin will adhere properly. When we confirm the tooth is ready, we will apply the resin to your smile and mold it to the right shape. Even though the resin may feel a bit soft at first, we will cure it for you, ensuring it hardens in place.

Before we finish up, we will let you review the quality of our work. That way, we know that you are happy with the results before the visit is over.

Contact Caring Dental for Help With Bonding

Dental bonding is one of the most effective treatment options we have at our disposal for addressing minor defects. If you want to learn more about how bonding can improve your smile, call Caring Dental of Baltimore, MD today to make an appointment.

Get The Smile Of Your Dreams With Our Caring Team

Count on Dr. Wendy Rose-Hyatt, Dr. Allyson Hyatt, Dr. Jake Hyatt, Dr. Mark Lustman, and Dr. Larry Amsterdam with Caring Dental to help you. Contact us today to make an appointment!

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