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Dental Bonding

Dental Bonding

If you want to reshape your smile, our dentist may recommend dental bonding. Dental bonding is used on sharp or misshapen teeth to create a more uniform appearance for your smile. Contact us at (734) 453-1190 to learn more about dental bonding in Plymouth, MI, and schedule an appointment with on of our dentist.

Dental bonding is a simple, conservative way to improve the appearance of your smile. During the bonding process, our skilled dentist and team place a composite resin material directly onto the tooth structure. Because the resin is malleable and puttylike when first applied, we can shape and sculpt it to fit your tooth and correct flaws in the tooth’s appearance. The composite resin is then hardened, trimmed and polished to provide a lasting, aesthetic restoration for your smile. Dental bonding typically requires just one visit to our welcoming dental office, and because this treatment usually necessitates little to no tooth preparation, you can rest assured that your visit will be quick and comfortable.

Our dentist may recommend dental bonding in order to close gaps and spaces between teeth, improve misshapen teeth, lighten stained or discolored teeth, or restore chipped or cracked teeth. We will use a shade of composite resin that matches the original color of your teeth for a natural-looking effect. If you would prefer, we can use a slightly lighter shade to whiten the color of your teeth.

For more information on cosmetic dental bonding and how we can help you improve your smile, we welcome you to contact us today.

Frequently Asked Questions

Are dental cleanings really necessary?

Yes, dental cleanings are essential if you want a beautiful, healthy smile. Your smile might not have any problems now, but over time, teeth can quickly become stained and decay.

Dental cleanings will help prevent these issues before they arise, so you won’t have to worry about more invasive procedures in the future. Visit our Plymouth, MI office for your dental cleaning today.

Can drinking milk strengthen your teeth?

Yes, drinking milk can strengthen your teeth. Calcium and phosphorous help with the proper development of both bones and teeth, and can also aid in the remineralization of your enamel.

You should also take good care of your teeth to keep your teeth strong and healthy. If you’re unsure where to start, ask Our team at your appointment and we can help you develop an at-home oral hygiene routine that works for you.

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What patients say about us

“All the staff are exceptionally warm and welcoming as well as professional. ”