28 W Cole Rd, Suite 104, Biddeford, ME 04005

Tooth Bonding

Office Timings

Monday – Tuesday: 08 AM – 05 PM
Wednesday: By Appointment
Thursday – Friday: 08 AM – 05 PM
Saturday – Sunday: Closed

What is Dental Bonding?

Dental bonding, a type of cosmetic procedure, is designed to correct minor imperfections on the front teeth. The procedure is noninvasive and requires little to no anesthesia. Bonding uses composite resin to evenly blend into the teeth to cover stains, discoloration, chips, cracks, and uneven spacing. We even match the shade to your existing teeth.

Why is Dental Bonding needed?

You might be considering dental bonding because you are looking for a noninvasive way to improve the look of your smile. We can help determine if bonding is the right option for you. Some of the reasons you might be considering bonding include:

  • Cracked teeth
  • Chipped teeth
  • Spaces between teeth
  • Uneven teeth
  • Discoloration and staining

I highly recommend family dental in Biddeford, me. I’ve always been very nervous about going to get dental work done. Here it’s been a pleasant and pain free experience.

What makes you a good candidate for Dental Bonding?

A thorough examination will be done to determine if dental bonding is right for you. Bonding typically requires little to no anesthetic, so it is a safe choice for most patients. If you are unhappy with your smile and want a quick, long-lasting way to completely transform your front teeth, bonding is a viable choice. The procedure is done right in our office, quickly and efficiently.

What happens during the procedure for Dental Bonding?

After the initial consultation, your teeth are lightly buffed to help improve the material adhere better to the area. Composite resin is perfectly matched, applied to the tooth, and smoothed into place. With the help of a bright special curing light, the material is hardened into place. Our doctors can then shape and smooth any rough edges, so the bonding mimics your natural teeth.

Dental bonding is a great way to correct minor imperfections without the need for more extensive work. If you would like to come in for dental bonding or would like to learn more about this procedure, call our office today and we will work to schedule an appointment for you.