Tooth Bonding (Reshaping, Closing Spaces Between Teeth)
Composite or tooth bonding is a restorative procedure that involves the direct application of tooth-colored composite resin material and is typically used to create a more attractive smile.
It is often used as a more conservative cost-effective alternative to porcelain veneers and crowns.
Composite bonding is an excellent way to:
- Repair chipped, decayed, fractured and cracked teeth
- Fix certain cosmetic imperfections of otherwise healthy teeth, such as:
- changing the size and shape of your teeth
- closing spaces between teeth
- straightening misaligned teeth, making your smile more symmetrical
- masking tooth stains and discolorations
Cosmetic dentist Dr. Gerald A. Clark, DDS uses only the most advanced, biocompatible composite resin materials available on the market. Dr. Gerald A. Clark, DDS works like an artist, coating your tooth layer by layer with carefully selected shades of composite resin material, gradually recreating the life-like appearance and translucency of a natural tooth.