How bonding from your dentist in Venice, Florida can reshape your smile
Have you stopped smiling because of damaged, unsightly teeth? Are you embarrassed by your smile? If you answered yes to these questions, it’s time for you to investigate one of the most versatile dental treatments around. It’s called dental bonding, and it can reshape your smile. Dr. Clark Wright in Venice, Florida wants to introduce you to dental bonding and tell you how it can repair your smile.
The dental bonding process uses composite, a unique liquid resin that can be sculpted and shaped to match your tooth perfectly. It can also be color-matched to your natural teeth so that when your bonding treatment is complete, no one will be able to tell you’ve had work done! Your smile will look seamless and beautiful.
Dental bonding is versatile, enabling your smile to look perfect even if you have teeth that are:
- Broken from chewing hard foods
- Chipped from trying to open things with your teeth
- Cracked from trauma
- Worn down by aging
Dental bonding allows you to improve other issues too. You can cosmetically realign teeth without going through orthodontic treatment. If you have teeth that are rotated, they can be cosmetically repositioned to appear straight. If you have tooth overlap, bonding can be used to diminish the look of overlap, and bonding can even diminish gaps between teeth.
You can also hide stains and discolorations caused by coffee, smoking, or even medications like tetracycline. If you have teeth that are poorly shaped, dental bonding can reshape your teeth to fit your smile.
When you choose dental bonding, you will enjoy many benefits like these:
- Natural-looking results because dental bonding can be perfectly color-matched to your natural teeth
- Rapid results because dental bonding can be done in one appointment
It’s time for you to discover how dental bonding can fill the cracks and other imperfections in your smile. For more information about dental bonding and other restorative and cosmetic dental services call the office of Dr. Clark J. Wright in Venice, Florida today!