Gallery – Applications for Composite Bonding
Composite bonding materials provide outstanding and affordable results for treating dental decay, replacing discolored or broking fillings, repairing fractured or worn teeth, and improving the color and shape of teeth. Composite bonding may even be used to create an entirely new smile by what is referred to as “direct veneers”. Direct veneers are most often done on younger patients or seniors who cannot afford ceramic veneers or as an intermediate procedure on adults who are undergoing reconstruction.
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Jason liked his central space, but was tired of living the unattractive repair on his front tooth.
Several composite shades were blended to build realistic colors into his tooth. This result should give a number of years of service and will facilitate orthodontics or a complete smile makeover.
Jennifer did not like her central space (diastema).
Cosmetic bonding closed the central space. It did not take Jennifer long to get accustomed to smiling unconsciously again.
As a model, Trent wanted a perfect smile for his portfolio.
Zoom! Whitening, followed by bonding gave him these these “good looking” results.
Ben did not like the space between his front teeth. In addition, the right central incisor was longer than the left central incisor.
The right central incisor was adjusted (recontoured) to provide symmetry. Then the space was closed with natural cosmetic bonding. No anesthesia is necessary for this procedure.
Skateboards, bicycles, ATVs and trampolines help the dental business and help develop boys into men, but break the hearts of moms.
Zach looked himself again after a single visit for dental bonding. Mom and son were thrilled that he looked normal again.