Dental Bonding

Bonding in Colonia, NJ

There are many different types of cosmetic dental procedures. It’s a good idea to talk to our dentists near you at Colonia Dental Associates to learn about all of your options.

One of the most popular options is bonding. Bonding can repair your teeth, which improves the look of them and can help you to feel comfortable with your smile.

Bonding is a fairly common procedure, and you should be able to find bonding near you. Bonding takes less than an hour, and local anesthetic is not usually needed.

Bonding might be a good fit for you, but it’s important to weigh all of your options. Our dentists near you can work with you to find what will best work for your teeth. There might be a better cosmetic procedure for your needs.

What Should You Know About Dental Bonding?

If you haven’t had dental bonding done before, you may want to know a little bit about it prior to scheduling an appointment. Here’s everything you should know ahead of scheduling an appointment.

Composite resin is used. One of our dentists will choose a color that matches your natural teeth.

Then, one of our dentists will roughen the surface of your teeth. This helps the resin to bond more easily to your teeth.

After the resin is applied to your teeth, it will be shaped to help it look more natural. After the appointment, your teeth will be polished.

How Long Does Bonding Last?

If you are looking for a permanent cosmetic dental solution, bonding might not be right for you. It’s not permanent. There are ways to extend the longevity of the procedure though.

Practicing good oral hygiene habits can help. You should brush and floss your teeth twice daily. You should also go to the dentist twice per year. One of our dentists will also give you advice on caring for your bonded teeth. You should follow those guidelines for the best results.

Do you think bonding is the right choice for you? Call Colonia Dental Associates today to learn more about bonding or to schedule an appointment.

We serve residents of Colonia, NJ, as well as the surrounding areas of Avenel, Carteret, Clark, Edison, Fords, Iselin, Linden, Piscataway, Port Reading, Metuchen, Rahway, Sewaren, South Plainfield.

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