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Be Comfortable with Your Smile with Bonding

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You’re preparing a big presentation for work. You know this could be a huge opportunity for you to advance in your company and make a great impression on a new client.

You know your stuff. You’ve learned a lot about the client. Even though the meeting is a few weeks away, you’re ready.

There’s just one thing you aren’t confident about — your smile.

You chipped a couple teeth recently, and you feel self-conscious about your teeth. You wish it didn’t bother you, but you know you haven’t felt like yourself ever since you saw your smile in the mirror. At your friends’ cookout, you were hesitant to speak, and you tried to avoid meeting new people. It was all because of your teeth.

If only there was a way to fix your smile in time for the presentation …

There is if you visit the office of Jennifer Perkins, DDS. You can repair your teeth, your smile, and possibly your self-confidence with tooth bonding. We’ll explain how this simple technique works in today’s post.

If you think you may be interested in seeing what it could do for you, call our Huntsville, AL dental office at 256-801-0002 for an appointment.

A Speedy Way to Repair Your Teeth

Dental bonding is one of the fastest ways to improve the appearance of your smile. In a single visit to our office, you could have a smile that looks whole and natural once again.

Bonding is possible because of a special composite resin that can be applied to your damaged teeth. After the resin is applied, it can be cured or hardened. The bonding material can be shaded to match the color of your teeth and polished to look natural.

When the bonding procedure is complete, other people won’t be able to tell where the real tooth ends and the bonding material begins. When you see your smile in the mirror, it will look like you have a complete smile once again.

You may want to consider bonding for any of the following reasons:

  • To fix chipped teeth
  • To repair cracked teeth
  • To hide a discolored tooth
  • To close gaps between teeth
  • To rebuild worn-down teeth

With bonding, your smile can look as nice as or even better than it ever did.

Benefits of Bonding

As we have already noted, bonding is fast. Indeed, it’s one of the fastest options to change the appearance of your smile.

That’s not the only benefit, however.

If you have sensitive teeth, bonding is a comfortable and noninvasive procedure. The bonding material is added to your existing tooth. You won’t need an anesthetic to get dental bonding.

It’s also an easily reversible treatment. If you decide later that you want veneers or a crown, instead, removing the bonding material can be done relatively easily.

Don’t Ignore the Mental Boost

When you feel confident in your teeth, that can carry-over into your daily life. When you feel good about sharing your smile, that can help in personal and professional situations (like your presentation or a job interview).

To learn more about tooth bonding at Dr. Perkins’s office, schedule a consultation soon. Call 256-801-0002 or contact us online today!

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