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Dental Bonding


Your smile is one of the first things that others notice about you. A major factor in the appearance of your smile is your teeth. If your teeth are affected by any imperfections, no matter how small, the quality of your smile can be significantly impacted. Not only do they affect the quality of your smile, but they can also affect the impressions you make on people around you. If your teeth have been affected by minor flaws, Metropolitan Dental Specialty Group can improve the quality of your smile with bonding.

What is Bonding?


There are several different minor imperfections that can impact the appearance of your teeth and the overall quality of your smile. These imperfections include:

•  Chips.
•  Cracks.
•  Small spaces between your teeth.
•  Misshapen teeth.
•  Disproportionately small teeth.
•  Discoloration that cannot be treated with whitening.

Bonding is a cosmetic treatment that can improve the appearance of your teeth, boosting the quality of your smile and your confidence. This treatment uses a material called composite resin. Composite resin is made up a mixture of fine glass, plastic, and other substances. It is a tooth-colored material that blends in seamlessly with the color of your natural teeth. It is incredibly versatile, able to fill chips and cracks, eliminate gaps, and completely transform a less than perfect tooth. Once applied, no one will be able to tell that it is there.

Why Get Bonding?


There are many benefits to getting bonding.

•  It is a quick cosmetic procedure. In most cases, it can be completed in a single visit, and less than 30 minutes.
•  The process is completely painless. You do not need any type of anesthetic or sedation
•  Bonding is non-invasive. We do not need to alter the structure of your natural teeth in any way.
•  With bonding, we can completely transform the appearance of less than perfect teeth
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