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What Is Cosmetic Bonding? – Marshall, TX

The Fast Way to Fix Flaws in Teeth

woman showing teeth after cosmetic bonding in Marshall

Do you have imperfections in your teeth that bother you when you look in the mirror or see yourself in photos? Visit our team to discuss your cosmetic options. Among the treatments we offer is cosmetic bonding. This simple and fast procedure is a popular and effective method for hiding aesthetic flaws in teeth. When you are ready to find out whether it can help you to achieve your ideal smile, contact the team at Marshall Denture Clinic.

How Does Cosmetic Bonding Work?

dentist using curing light to harden dental bonding

Cosmetic bonding is a process wherein your dentist molds a tooth-colored composite resin onto your teeth. The resin is the same material used for tooth-colored fillings. It will be carefully shade-matched to blend in with the surrounding teeth, and it will get shaped in a way that allows it to hide numerous flaws, including:

Once the resin is applied, a special curing light hardens it in a matter of seconds. After Dr. Parker makes any necessary adjustments to the bonding, you can go off and enjoy your gorgeous new look.

Benefits of Cosmetic Bonding

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Cosmetic bonding offers numerous benefits, including:

Cost of Cosmetic Bonding

We already mentioned that cosmetic bonding is relatively affordable, but we cannot say much beyond that. The cost of your procedure will depend largely on how many teeth you are going to have treated. For example, correcting the appearance of one tooth will logically cost less than changing the look of two, three, or more teeth. During your consultation, we will be sure to give you a candid estimate for the cost of your procedure. We will also discuss your payment options with you.

Is Cosmetic Bonding Right for Me?

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We generally recommend cosmetic bonding for individuals who have just one or two teeth whose appearance they would like to improve, as well as for folks who are concerned about the cost of cosmetic dentistry. On the other hand, if you would like a total smile makeover, and you want your results to last for 10 years or longer, porcelain veneers may be the better option. When you visit us for your consultation, we’ll discuss the pros and cons of all your treatment choices so you can settle on the one that is the best fit for your preferences and circumstances.