Tooth Bonding An Overview
Tooth bonding is a quick, effective solution used to address a variety of cosmetic and restorative dental concerns. When a tooth is damaged, your dentist may recommend tooth bonding to help restore beauty and function to your smile. Bonding is an effective treatment for both adults and children who have sustained tooth damage. Common reasons for bonding can include:
- Chipped or damaged teeth
- Cracked or fractured teeth
- Address gapped teeth
- To repair cosmetic blemishes on the teeth
- Misshapen teeth
- Worn teeth
- Decayed teeth
- Stained or discolored teeth
The bonding procedure can typically be completed in just one visit to our office. To some, tooth bonding is seen as the less expensive alternative to porcelain veneers. Although bonding can address some of the same dental concerns as veneers, they are often seen as a temporary solution, making them the ideal solution for young patients with growing teeth.
Dental Bonding For Children
When your child sustains tooth damage, it is important to explore all your options. Dental bonding is the most common treatment because it requires very minimal preparation and is often considered the easiest and least invasive way to address a growing smile.
Once the permanent teeth have erupted and growth is completed, your child may opt for a more permanent restoration such as porcelain veneers or a crown may be necessary.
Schedule An Appointment
Smile Dental Group offers a full range of general dentistry service for patients of all ages. If you would like to learn more about tooth bonding, visit our Antelope Valley dentist office. To schedule an appointment, contact one of our three Antelope Valley offices or request an appointment online.
- East Palmdale: (661) 947-9990
- West Lancaster: (661) 729-2990
- East Lancaster: (661) 948-7909