Dental Bonding | Dentist Buderim Your smile can make or unmake you. People can tell a lot based on how confidently you speak or open your mouth. And everyone knows that first impressions last.

Don’t let minor teeth imperfections prevent you from smiling and enjoying life. Smiles Nambour can help you achieve the dazzling pearly whites that you deserve!

Enjoy our cosmetic dentistry today, including dental bonding!

What Is Dental Bonding?

Dental bonding is the masking of an imperfect tooth by bonding a resin-material onto the surface. The resin is tooth coloured and is a perfect match of your natural teeth.

It is one of the least expensive cosmetic dental procedures and only takes 30-60 minutes to finish!

What Are The Uses Of Dental Bonding?

Dental bonding addresses a number of minor teeth imperfections such as:

  • Cracks
  • Chipping
  • Fractures
  • Small gaps
  • Discolouration
  • Irregularly shaped teeth

Benefits Of Dental Bonding

Dental bonding is loved by many because of its many benefits such as:

  • Least expensive
  • Quick results (only takes 30-60 minutes)
  • Non-invasive
  • Whitens discoloured teeth that resist regular teeth whitening
  • Mends cracks and fractures
  • Closes small gaps in between teeth
  • Restructures irregularly shaped teeth
  • Protects exposed roots caused by receding gums
  • Works well with other dental procedures

The Dental Bonding Procedure At Smiles Nambour

You are only three steps away from your new and improved smile with dental bonding! Once your dentist has established you to be an ideal candidate for dental bonding, the following steps will follow:

Preparation – Your teeth are cleaned in preparation for the bonding process. A dental scale and clean may be done to restore your teeth’s natural shade. Your dentist will choose the shade of the resin material that matches the rest of your natural teeth.

Bonding – The surfaces of the target tooth are roughened to prepare for the bonding. This is necessary to ensure that the material will securely bond onto the tooth. A conditioning liquid is applied on the tooth, then the resin material. It is then shaped and smoothed into the desired form.

Curing – A UV light is used to harden the bonded resin. After this process, your dentist may trim the bonded material again to finalise the result.

Get Your New And Improved Smile At Smiles Nambour

At Smiles Nambour, we care for your smile. We know how important your smile is for you to be always confident whenever and wherever you go.

Don’t let you teeth’s imperfections tar your smile! Talk with your Smiles Nambour dentist today.

Call (07) 5441 4438 or visit us at 4/104 Currie Street in Nambour.