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Dental Bonding, A Versatile Cosmetic Dental Treatment

Dental bonding is a simple yet effective cosmetic treatment that can improve the appearance of your teeth. If you have teeth that are chipped, cracked, stained, or decayed, they can be restored through composite bonding treatment. Through cosmetic bonding, Dr. Allison Brown can improve the appearance and quality of your smile to make it more appealing. You can learn more about this versatile cosmetic treatment at High Forest Dental in Littleton, Colorado. 

About Composite Bonding

Cosmetic bonding uses putty-like composite resin material to correct tooth flaws that make your smile less appealing. This non-invasive cosmetic treatment can generally be completed in one dental visit. Dr. Brown will start by roughening the surface of the teeth you want to fix and applying a special liquid that will help the composite resin stick. Next, we’ll apply the resin material to your teeth and mold it to correct imperfections and appear esthetically pleasing. We’ll then harden the resin with UV light so that it will retain its shape. Dr. Brown will review the work and make necessary adjustments to improve your bite. Finally, we’ll polish your teeth to make them gleam.

Versatility of Cosmetic Bonding

Dental bonding is a versatile cosmetic treatment that serves many purposes. It can be used for:

  • Repairing chips and cracks in your teeth
  • Closing small gaps in your teeth 
  • Concealing tooth stains and discolorations 
  • Reshaping irregular teeth
  • Filling cavities discreetly

Dental bonding could be just what you need if you’re looking for a quick, affordable fix-it for minor imperfections in your smile.   

Caring For Bonded Teeth

Dental bonding isn’t as durable as veneers or crowns and requires greater care to retain its attractive appearance. To protect your bonded teeth from staining, we recommend that you limit your consumption of stain-causing foods and drinks. Maintain good oral hygiene and avoid bad habits like biting nails, chewing on ice, and opening bottles or packages with your teeth, as it can damage your bonding treatment.

Dental Bonding Near Me

To schedule an appointment for cosmetic bonding, contact High Forest Dental in Littleton, CO, at (303) 951-3717.