Have you ever thought about what your smile would be like if it was at optimum oral health? Even if you have sustained damage to your teeth early in life, it is possible to have tooth-like substances placed on damaged teeth to allow the natural shape, contour, and feel of a tooth to arise once more. Thanks to highly effective cosmetic dentistry procedures such as dental bonding, you can restore your teeth and smile to achieve the dream smile you have always wanted.
If you have suffered any dental damage in the form of an oral accident or injury that is left you with surface stains, discolorations, or cracks and chips, dental bonding treatments have been proven to be highly effective cosmetic dentistry tooth restorations to protect your smile. Not only will they enhance the look of teeth, but they will restore its function by applying materials directly to the teeth such as resin or porcelain.
Improving your smile often takes many forms. Even if you have suffered service damage that has left you with spaces between teeth, or you wish to alter and adjust the shape of teeth, a dental bonding tooth restoration can often be used to help correct ailments and issues that may arise. In addition, they are often extremely durable and can easily last at least ten years.
Dental bonding treatments have been proven highly effective for root protection, especially when receding gums have left a portion of a tooth’s root exposed. Furthermore, dental bonding treatments are used for tooth decay treatments when decaying teeth have caused cavities to arise. Composite resin bonds are tooth-colored in appearance and can mimic the natural color of teeth.
Seeking a better smile and better oral health without dental bonding treatments is a difficult task to complete for individuals who seek true oral health superstardom. For more information on dental bonding treatments or to schedule an oral exam or professional cleaning with Dr. Frederick M. Saigh and our team at our dentist office in Iron River, Michigan, please contact Saigh Family Dental at 906-265-0050.