Do you avoid taking group photos because you are embarrassed by a chipped tooth? Do you hide your smile around others because you do not like the way your teeth look? Not feeling confident in your smile can be a major source of anxiety and stress – but your dentist in Grapevine can help! Dr. Greg Martin can make minor dental flaws disappear in a matter of minutes with dental bonding. Keep reading below to learn more about this popular restorative treatment that delivers impressive results.
Bonding uses tooth-colored composite resin to effectively conceal minor dental flaws. When you come to Smiles by Martin for dental bonding, we will first discuss your unique smiles goals and develop a personalized treatment plan just for you.
To begin bonding treatment, Dr. Martin will first numb the affected area to ensure you do not feel any discomfort. He will then apply a special etching material to create small grooves on the surface of your tooth. These grooves will enable the composite resin to create a strong bond with your natural enamel.
Next, Dr. Martin will apply the resin and expertly mold it into the desired shape, covering up any chips, cracks, gaps or other dental flaws along the way. The composite resin will then be hardened into place using a special curing light.
Finally, Dr. Martin will smooth and polish your bonded tooth before sending you on your way. It is that easy!
If minor dental flaws keep you from feeling happy all of the time, you should consider restoring your smile with dental bonding. Bonding can easily fix all of the following dental imperfections:
Why is dental bonding so popular? Many men and women in Grapevine choose to restore their smiles with bonding due to the treatment’s clear benefits, such as:
Are you ready to reclaim a confident smile? Then do not wait to schedule a visit to Smiles by Martin! Dr. Greg Martin is an active member of the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry and even won the prestigious Restorative Dentistry Award two years in a row when studying at the Howard University College of Dentistry. Give our office a call today and ask how dental bonding can rejuvenate your smile!