Is a Cosmetic Bonding Treatment Right for You?
Fall in Love with Your Smile!
When you smile for the camera, do you flash those pearly whites with confidence?
Unfortunately, so many people aren’t proud of their smile and avoid showing their teeth at all costs. But luckily, in a lot of cases, all that’s needed to perfect and correct a smile is a little cosmetic bonding! But what exactly is it?
Well, cosmetic dental bonding is performed to change the appearance of a tooth or teeth by either concealing stains, restoring gappy areas or chips, altering the length or shape or correcting mild crookedness (and can fix one or more of these flaws at once)!
When performing a cosmetic bonding treatment, our Toronto dentist will use a tooth-coloured material called composite resin (the “white” material used to fill cavities) and will shape, mold and finally harden the material on each tooth with a curing light to create the desired aesthetic result. Your new and stunning smile can be achieved in just one brief visit, making cosmetic bonding one of the most simple and effective ways to perfect a smile. What’s not to love?
Am I a candidate?
If your mouth is in good general health and your goal is to correct mild imperfection(s), you’re probably a great candidate for a cosmetic bonding treatment! However, if you tend to grind your teeth or bite your nails or bite down on objects habitually, this procedure might not be for you. Putting this kind of force or strain on your new smile can lead to fracture or chipping, destroying your stunning result. You must also be willing to maintain your beautiful new smile with healthy oral hygiene habits at home, and by never skipping a check-up and cleaning at the dentist’s office.
The first step to improving your smile with a bonding treatment is to consult with our dentist at our office. We’d be happy to meet with you! Just give us a call at (647) 557-5549 to schedule your free consultation.
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