Do you have a broken or chipped tooth? Are you looking for a way to cover one or more damaged or stained teeth? Dental bonding can help. Bonding uses malleable materials to cover imperfections and create small changes in the smile.
Dr. Jordan Morris offers this cosmetic dental treatment to patients with tooth gaps, chipped teeth, tooth cracks, and shortened teeth. Dental bonding is a great economical option if you are interested in treatments like dental veneers but want to address smaller cosmetic problems.
Teeth Bonding Treatment in Sahuarita, AZ
Dental bonding treatment uses composite materials to cover and add structure to teeth. Composite resin is a tooth-colored material that we can color-match to existing teeth. To begin dental bonding treatment, Dr. Morris uses a shade guide to determine the best shade to add to the treated tooth.
Then, he roughens the tooth and applies a conditioning liquid to ensure the bonding material adheres to the tooth’s surface. Dr. Morris will mold the composite material into the perfect shape. Then, he bonds the resin to the tooth using a high-intensity curing light. Finally, he trims, shapes, and polishes the bonded tooth.
How Do I Care for Bonded Teeth?
After bonding treatment, avoid foods and drinks that typically stain teeth, like berries, tomatoes, coffee, tea, and wine. Additionally, avoid smoking or tobacco products. As you get accustomed to your veneers, avoid hard or crunchy foods. You can brush and floss between bonded teeth just like natural teeth.
When brushing, use non-abrasive toothpaste and a soft-bristled toothbrush. Remember to visit Dr. Morris twice yearly or every six months for a dental cleaning and exam. He will also ensure that our bonded teeth continue to look and feel natural.
Call Our Office For Bonding Treatment
Do you want to treat small cosmetic problems like chipped or stained teeth? Ask us about treatment with dental bonding. Contact Dr. Morris for dental bonding treatment today by calling 520.412.9162. You may also schedule your next dental visit on our website. Let Dr. Morris know if you have questions about the treatment process or your candidacy for care.