Jeffrey J Tibbs DDS PA

What Dental Bonding Can Do for You

April 29, 2022
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Posted By: Jeffrey J Tibbs, DDS, PA

You may think you don’t have the budget for cosmetic dentistry, but we offer treatments at various price points. And dental bonding in Winston Salem, NC, is one of the most affordable options around.

Our cosmetic dentist can talk to you about whether dental bonding is a good option for your smile goals. But first, let’s explore how bonding can transform your smile.

What Is Dental Bonding?

Dental bonding is a malleable material shaded to match your teeth. This composite is the same one we use in our tooth-colored fillings. But when utilized for bonding, your dentist can spread it across your teeth to conceal and restore—and we can do so affordably. After tooth repair, we set the material with a light and finish up with a polish.

This is a quick process—usually one dental visit—and it is noninvasive.

How Dental Bonding Can Transform Your Smile

Concealing Flaws and Cracks

Cracks and chips encourage many people to hide their smiles. Dental bonding can fill chips and hide discoloration and other tooth abnormalities.

Concealing Metal

If you have metal in your smile line, tooth bonding may be the answer. Your dentist will let you know whether bonding can help.

Closing Small Gaps Between Teeth

Small spaces between teeth, especially those that are unusual or not consistent, can detract from your smile. Tooth bonding in Winston Salem may be the solution.

Building Up a Short Tooth

In some cases, dental bonding can lengthen a short tooth—or create the illusion of length. A consultation decides how bonding might help.

Contact Your Winston Salem, NC, Dentist

To learn more about our cosmetic dentistry options or schedule a cosmetic evaluation, call us today.

We are thrilled to offer an exclusive Membership Plan and happy to work with CareCredit financing. And we proudly serve all areas, including Winston Salem, Clemmens, Lewisville, and Muddy Creek.

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