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How Dental Bonding Enhances Your Smile

February 15, 2019
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Posted By: Southern Dental Group
Man Getting Dental Bonding Work | Cosmetic Dentist Somerset KY

At Southern Dental Group, we understand that discolored, chipped, and misshapen teeth can interfere with your self-esteem. Dental bonding is a budget-friendly way to address these issues and restore your smile and self-confidence.

At Southern Dental Group, our Somerset, KY dentist recommends dental bonding to patients who want great results without an invasive dental procedure, and our patients love their new smiles following dental bonding.

How Dental Bonding Works

Dental bonding relies on tooth-colored resins and a special curing light. This process bonds the resin to your teeth after it is shaped and molded by our Somerset dentist.

The results mean a seamless, beautiful new smile and restored confidence.

Dental bonding camouflages the following cosmetic dental issues:

  • Cracks in teeth
  • Chips in teeth
  • Damaged teeth
  • Gaps between teeth
  • Discolored teeth
  • Teeth shape including worn or short teeth

Why Dental Bonding

Dental bonding is a less expensive alternative to tooth extractions and replacements via dental implants or dental crowns.

In addition, the resin material used in dental bonding helps strengthen teeth against wear and future chips.

Finally, dental bonding is a painless and fast process. You don’t have to take time off work or schedule in a lengthy recovery.

Dental bonding is simply great cosmetic dentistry for those who do not like invasive procedures or those who have busy lifestyles.

Following Dental Bonding

Dental bonding in our Somerset, KY dental office is very straightforward. In fact, the resins used to bond your teeth are the same resins used in dental fillings.

Following your dental bonding, our dentist will provide any aftercare instructions, and you’ll be left with a winning smile.

Contact Our Somerset, KY Dental Office

If you’re weighing cosmetic dental options and are considering dental bonding, contact our dental office today. Our team is here to answer any questions that you may have.

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