Restoring the smile quickly with dental bonding
- Posted on: Nov 15 2020
Imperfections such as gaps between the teeth or permanently stained teeth can cause patients to feel self-conscious about their smiles. They may find themselves avoiding certain social situations because they are unhappy with their smile , or they might inadvertently hide their teeth behind their hands. A beautiful smile is often on the “to do” list of many patients, but few pursue cosmetic dentistry for fear they cannot afford it. Over time, cosmetic procedures have become more affordable and continue to be one of the most popular requests from patients who visit Dr. Lenny Slepchik’s office in downtown Montreal.. One fast, effective, and affordable solution to imperfect teeth is composite resin bonding.
How dental bonding works
Composite resin bonding is a great way for patients to address imperfections that impact the appearance of their smile. This material matches the natural tooth enamel when it is cured with a special light and polished by Dr Slepchik. Composite resin appears as a clay-like material that the dentist can shape and place as needed within the smile. A specialized light cures the material so that it can harden prior to being filed and polished. By the end of the treatment, the patient will have an aesthetic fix to common cosmetic concerns that look as natural as their own tooth enamel.
What can composite resin bonding address?
There are many ways in which this versatile material can be used. It may be used to address teeth that are:
- Permanently stained
- Unusually shaped/short
- Missing spaces between the teeth
- Impacted by cavities
Why Would a patient choose composite resin bonding?
There are many choices available to patients in downtown Montreal when they are speaking with cosmetic dentists about their concerns. However, many patients decide to move forward with composite resin bonding. It is long-lasting, natural-looking, and affordable, and can be completed in a single appointment from start to finish. It is often replaced every few years due to staining or discolouration, but continues to be a less expensive alternative to porcelain veneers.
Learn more about composite resin bonding
Address aesthetic issues with the smile quickly and easily with composite resin dental bonding with Dr. Lenny Slepchik. Call (514) 875-7971 or email us at [email protected] today to request an appointment at his downtown Montreal office.
Posted in: General Dentistry