Teeth Bonding Colmar, PA

Have you just chipped a front tooth? Dental bonding can fix your smile. Bonding treatment uses malleable, tooth-colored materials to cover tooth damage and discoloration. We ensure bonded teeth blend in with the rest of the smile, creating an aesthetically pleasing result. Teeth bonding is a cosmetic dental treatment we offer patients in our Colmar, PA, dental office to help address misshapen, crooked, and damaged teeth.

Tooth Bonding in Colmar, PA

Teeth Bonding in Colmar, PA

Dental bonding can help patients improve the aesthetics of their smiles. A dental bonding treatment can address multiple cosmetic dental problems, including:

  • Chipped or cracked teeth
  • Gaps between teeth
  • Worn tooth enamel
  • Shortened teeth
  • Tooth discoloration

Patients who have smaller areas of tooth damage benefit from bonding treatment. Before bonding treatment, we ensure that patients are in good oral health and do not have problems like tooth decay or gum disease. Our office performs cosmetic treatments like dental bonding once we’re sure that patients are healthy. We roughen the tooth surface and apply a conditioning liquid to prepare the treated teeth for bonding. This preparation helps the bonding material adhere to the tooth.

Our team will color-match the material to the tooth, which is particularly helpful for patients who experience darkened or discolored teeth from dental injuries. Then, we will mold and sculpt the tooth-colored resin materials, ensuring they add structure to the tooth and match the desired shape and shade. Finally, we cure or harden the material to the tooth and polish the tooth to create a natural sheen. We can perform dental bonding treatment in just one visit to our office. 

Directly after your bonding treatment, we recommend avoiding foods and drinks that typically stain teeth, like tomatoes, berries, coffee, wine, and tea. You can clean your bonded teeth just like your natural teeth. Gently brush your teeth with a soft-bristled toothbrush and avoid toothpaste with abrasive ingredients. 

Request a Dental Appointment

Do you need a quick fix for a damaged tooth? Ask our office about dental bonding treatment. You can schedule a tooth bonding consultation with our dental team online or call Dental Health Group at (215) 774-6702.