Misch Implant Dentistry - Sarasota

Dental Bonding in Sarasota

Restore damaged or discolored teeth without long-lasting and affordable dental bonding from Misch Implant Dentistry.
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Revamp Your Damaged Teeth

While cosmetic dental issues like chipped or cracked teeth, tooth gaps, and discoloration are nothing to be ashamed of, it’s only natural to want that picture-perfect smile. Dental bonding offers a reliable and relatively affordable method for restoring damaged teeth and even correcting tooth color in a single non-invasive appointment.

Also known as composite bonding, our dental bonding procedure utilizes a composite resin to restore teeth. The composite material is resilient and pliable so it isn’t prone to breaking. The end result is a whiter, renewed smile without the need for pricier treatments like veneers.

How Does Dental Bonding Stack Up to Other Cosmetic Dental Treatments?

Misch Implant Dentistry offers several cosmetic dental options, including veneers, dental crowns, and teeth whitening. These options work great for dental issues requiring more extensive treatment. But for issues like minor chips and cracks, dental bonding offers several advantages.

Quick and Painless

While more involved cosmetic dental treatments, like crowns or dental veneers, often require some drilling or altering of the tooth, this is rarely the case with dental bonding. In most cases, very little to no tooth material needs to be removed during the bonding process, making this procedure almost completely non-invasive.

Low Cost

The more invasive the cosmetic dental treatment, the higher the price. Fortunately, dental bonding is almost completely non-invasive and is usually completed in a single visit, making this treatment a relatively affordable option.

Ideal for Small Repairs

More serious dental issues, like cavities or cracks below the gum, require more extensive dental treatment. For simpler issues, including minor cracks, chips, tooth gaps, or discoloration, dental bonding is the easiest and most elegant solution available.

What to Expect During Your Dental Bonding Treatment

Before beginning your dental bonding treatment, you’ll need to come into our Sarasota dental clinic for a consultation. During this initial exam, your doctor will examine your dental condition to ensure that dental bonding is the best treatment for you. If you look like a good candidate, we’ll schedule your dental bonding procedure.

Preparing the Tooth

First, we protect the teeth next to the teeth receiving with a thin film of plastic called a dental matrix. This matrix protects adjacent teeth from any stray preparation gel or composite resin. Next, your doctor will carefully clean and dry your tooth before applying a mildly acidic gel for a few seconds to give the bonding a rough surface to adhere to.

Applying the Composite Resin

Once the acidic gel is cleaned away and the tooth is dried again, your doctor applies the composite resin.  For a more natural-looking finish, your dentist will pick a resin that matches the exact color of your teeth. Composite resin is applied in layers and a special blue light is used to cure each layer for maximum strength and durability.

Finishing Touches

As a final touch, our dentist will give your newly-bonded tooth a quick polish. Your fixed tooth will look so natural that you may even forget which one was repaired! We’ll make a note in your chart so that during your future exams, our dentist will give some special attention to the bonded tooth to check for any wear.

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Your consultation will include an examination of everything from your teeth, gums and soft tissues to the shape and condition of your bite. Generally, we want to see how your whole mouth looks and functions. Before we plan your treatment we want to know everything about the health and aesthetic of your smile, and, most importantly, what you want to achieve so we can help you get there.

Frequently Asked Questions

Depending on the exact location of the bonding, your eating habits and general routine oral hygiene habits, dental bonding can last 4 to 10 years or more. If your dentist notices wear and tear at your routine exams, more composite resin can be applied to keep your dental bonding strong.
Bonding is not a permanent solution but it is a very long-lasting one. Dental bonding can last for more than a decade with routine dental care, good eating habits and regular exams. If your dental bonding shows signs of wear and tear it can be strengthened with additional composite resin.
Two very different procedures. Dental veneers are a better long-term option and a better option for patients who want to make more or more dramatic changes to their smile. Dental bonding has a shorter lifespan but is more cost-efficient for minor changes and is much less invasive as less of the natural tooth needs to be altered.
Dental bonding doesn't have major risks. Your natural tooth will remain almost completely if not entirely intact under the bonding. The bonding itself may chip or break over time but it can easily be repaired. A common concern we sometimes hear from patients is that dental bonding doesn’t lighten with teeth whitening. You may want to have your teeth whitened before getting dental bonding or you may have the bonding replaced to match your natural teeth after a whitening treatment. If you’re concerned about the durability of dental bonding you may want to consider dental veneers or crowns which are stronger and last longer.

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Misch Implant Dentistry - Sarasota

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