Dental Bonding - Ken Caryl, CO
Repairing Smile in One Visit
A cosmetic dentist in Ken Caryl can be your greatest ally when it comes to hiding your smile imperfections. If you have a minor chip, crack, or stain, dental bonding can be the ideal solution for repairing and restoring your aesthetics. At Blue Sage Dental, Dr. Kutis and her team can quickly and easily apply a tooth-colored composite resin to your problem area, resulting in a beautifully blended appearance that is void of any flaws or imperfections. To find out how you can take advantage of this great cosmetic solution, contact our office today.
What is Dental Bonding?
Dental bonding uses what is known as a composite resin to thoroughly cover any chip, crack, stain, or minor imperfection that may exist on your teeth. This resin is the same that is used for tooth-colored fillings and can be matched to your natural tooth color to ensure a blended, seamless appearance.
Not only is it more aesthetically pleasing, but it is a non-toxic solution that is safer to use and easier to apply.
How Does it Work?
When preparing for dental bonding in Ken Caryl, Dr. Kutis will begin by using a shade guide to match the color of the resin to your natural tooth color. Once this is accomplished, she will begin to place the resin onto the front of your tooth and shape it directly onto the enamel. This takes an artistic eye and skilled hand, so the process may feel a bit longer while she works to ensure it looks correct.
After she has sculpted the resin into place, she uses a curing light to harden it and create a solid seal.
What Are the Benefits of Dental Bonding?
Not only is dental bonding a safe and effective cosmetic treatment that is affordable and more cost-effective than other, more invasive procedures (i.e. porcelain veneers, dental crown), but it can last a long time with regular care.
Dental bonding is also completed in one visit, making it a more convenient option for those who have an upcoming engagement and require quick, fast, and effective treatment.
With this type of cosmetic service, you will notice a difference in the way you look and feel, allowing you to embrace the increased confidence you’ll receive because of the improved aesthetic of your smile.
Who is a Good Candidate?
As long as you have good, general oral health, you are considered a good candidate for dental bonding. Should Dr. Kutis find that you have signs of tooth decay, cavities, and gum disease, she will need to address these problems first before starting any form of cosmetic treatment.
However, if you have chips, cracks, stains, or minor gaps, dental bonding might just be the right solution for you.