Enjoy dental bonding for tooth repair and fillings
Dental bonding is a quicker and easier alternative to veneers. In this procedure, a thin coat of tooth-colored resin is applied to damaged teeth to repair and restore their healthy glow. It is often done to disguise an imperfection in the smile or repair a tooth that might have become chipped or cracked.
What can I expect during a dental bonding procedure?
A dental bonding procedure can usually be completed in just one appointment, and the process is relatively simple:
- Your dentist will use a shade guide to find the perfect resin color to match your other teeth.
- Your dentist will prepare your broken tooth or teeth so that the resin will stick more easily.
- The resin is applied and then polymerized using a special curing light.
How is dental bonding used?
Dental bonding is often used to disguise a cosmetic imperfection within the smile. That may include:
- Chipped/cracked teeth
- Areas of decay
- Unusually shaped/short teeth
- Permanently stained teeth
- Gaps between the teeth
Why might I choose dental bonding?
Composite resin bonding has been used in dentistry for many years and continues to be a popular choice for patients who might want a more affordable alternative to porcelain veneers. Drs. Greg Campbell and Lindsay Leland of Long Beach, CA, will advise patients on the best choice for their unique needs. Many cosmetic dental imperfections can often be addressed in more than one manner, and patients can speak with our professionals to determine which one fits their needs, budget, and lifestyle best. Composite resin bonding is a very affordable and fast way to repair a tooth, making it a commonly selected option for many patients.
How do I learn more about dental bonding and find out if I am a candidate?
Contact us today and schedule your consultation if you need dental bonding in Long Beach, CA 90807. Our practice is at 3960 Atlantic Avenue, and patients can call us at 562 988-0148 to request an appointment with Drs. Greg Campbell and Lindsay Leland. We are open to new and returning patients in the community.