Restorative and cosmetic bonding is the process of applying tooth-colored resin to affected teeth to improve overall aesthetics including shape, size, and color.
Investing in your smile (or smile makeover) is a great investment. Not only will flashing a beautiful, confident smile make you feel better about yourself, it’s also the most effective way to make a good first impression on others.
The term dental bonding is often used interchangeably to refer to two separate bonding procedures: tooth bonding and veneer bonding. Typically, the term “dental bonding” is most often applied to the former, tooth bonding, while the latter are more commonly referred to as “dental veneers” or “porcelain veneers.”
Tooth bonding is the process of applying tooth-colored resin to affected teeth to improve overall aesthetics including shape, size, and color. It is an affordable and efficient way to treat everything from chipped teeth to dental discoloration.
Veneer bonding is the process of applying an adhesive material that will chemically bond a synthetic shell, often porcelain, over the surface of affected teeth.
Remember, dental tooth bonding and veneers are two separate dental procedures that can each produce beautiful results and make an impact in your life.