The dental bonding process is easy, fast and affordable. Because of the simplicity of the process, we can even bond multiple teeth in one appointment.
If you have teeth that are cracked or discolored and you want to get them looking new again, Dr. Lanik may recommend dental bonding as part of your treatment plan. Dental bonding:
Although dental bonding is mostly used to make cosmetic changes to the teeth, the resin used is the same one that is used in restorative dentistry to fill cavities and protect teeth roots. Dental bonding has a variety of purposes, including concealing chips in the teeth, making the teeth look longer, and camouflaging tooth discoloration.
Peak Dental Arts is committed to providing families with the highest quality dental care and treatments to help maintain optimal oral health. If you have undergone dental bonding, it is essential to take proper care of your restoration to ensure its longevity and effectiveness. Following your bonding procedure, our Uniontown family dentist will provide detailed instructions on caring for your teeth, including proper brushing and flossing techniques, regular dental check-ups, and avoiding certain foods and habits that could damage your bonding.
By taking these steps, you can help to preserve the appearance and function of your bonded teeth and keep your smile looking its best. Whether you need routine dental exams and cleanings, restorative treatments like bonding or crowns, or emergency care, our skilled and compassionate team are here to meet your family’s dental needs.
Resin does not resist stains as much as porcelain veneers. This means you need to be careful when drinking certain things like coffee and wine. Bonding materials like resin can also chip over time. Dental bonding is best for making minor cosmetic changes. Dr. Lanik will talk with you to determine if dental bonding is right for you.
While dental bonding has many benefits, it is not a permanent solution to minor cosmetic problems. Because bonding is made of resin material, it can become discolored by beverages like coffee or soda or chipped by chewing on hard foods. But, because bonding is fast and affordable, it’s an easy procedure to repeat when needed.