Bonding

Everyone wants to look their best. Our patients often have professional careers, active social lives, and love living life to the fullest! That is why we offer a wide range of cosmetic services to improve our patients' smiles. After all, your smile is the first thing that many people notice about you, and having a beautiful, confident one can make all the difference when it comes to first impressions.

What Is Dental Bonding?

Dental bonding is a non-invasive cosmetic dental procedure that utilizes the tooth-colored composite material we use for fillings in order to make small repairs or improvements to your teeth.

By adding composite material to your existing tooth structure, we can improve the appearance of your teeth or fill in damaged areas to prevent decay and stains.

Once she determines that dental bonding is right for you, Dr. Spaska Malaric will prepare your tooth for bonding and add the composite material in layers and light cure it to harden. Once she fills the area, she will shape and polish it so that it blends perfectly with your tooth. No one will notice you have dental bonding because it will look completely natural!

 

Do You Have a Gap in Your Smile?

Many people with gaps in their smiles wish they could change them. Not only do they attract attention, but they can also make speaking properly difficult, especially if the gap is near the tip of your tongue.

For minor gaps in your smile, you might consider dental bonding. It is less invasive than having veneers because we add composite to your existing tooth structure. Bonding looks extremely natural because we match the shade to your tooth and polish it to a healthy-looking shine.

Do You Have Chipped Teeth?

Your teeth work hard for you every day. From chewing to speaking, they are an essential part of your daily life. Dental enamel is the hardest substance in your body, but it cannot withstand all wear and tear. Grinding, clenching, and using your teeth as tools all put your teeth at risk for damage.

If you have small chips that collect stains or negatively affect the appearance of your smile, we can improve the appearance and texture with dental bonding. By filling in the chip with composite, we can protect your tooth from decay and give it a flawless appearance.

Do You Have Misshapen or Worn Teeth?

In some cases, we change the shape of your tooth using cosmetic dental bonding. If you have a tooth that simply grew in with an unusual shape or if your tooth experienced heavy wear, we can make it look more uniform with dental bonding. Upon completion, your tooth will match the rest of your smile!

Do You Have Small Cosmetic Flaws That Affect Your Smile?

Call our Fort Myers dental office today at 239-939-2433 to schedule an exam with Dr. Spaska Malaric. She can evaluate your smile and let you know which cosmetic procedures will help give you your dream smile!