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March 04, 2021
Category: Dental Procedures
Tags: Dental Bonding  

Do you have a cracked or chipped tooth? Are some teeth larger than others or are your teeth simply discolored because of years of drinking coffee? Well, dental bonding is a fantastic solution to treat these aesthetic problems and help you restore your smile and confidence. Drs. Matthew Pierce, Haley Doose, and Douglas Gardner of Seymour, IN, offer patients this, and many other, cosmetic procedures. At Jackson County Dental, these doctors use their combined experiences to help their community and patients.

More About Dental Bonding

Bonding is a tooth-colored material used to replace missing parts of teeth or conceal unappealing dental defects, like stained teeth. The actual bonding material is called “composite resin” and is made of plastic and glass to reinforce teeth and maintain translucency.

This is more or less state-of-the-art technology because once the composite bonds to natural teeth, no one can tell it's even there. This life-like result is in part because the composite itself comes in various shades, so your Seymour dentist matches the material to your natural tooth color. The other reason people can't tell is that it takes skill and an artistic eye to camouflage it.

The procedure itself is simple and quick. It doesn't require drilling, weeks of waiting for a laboratory to craft it, and is a good option for teens but after teeth have finished maturing and before choosing a more permanent type of dental restoration since binding is more short-term treatment.

Your dentist can finish the job right there and then with no hassle!

Need to consult a dentist?

If you're interested in learning more about dental bonding and would like to rejuvenate that smile yesterday, don't hesitate to contact Jackson County Dental. There are three experienced dentists, Drs. Matthew Pierce, Haley Doose, and Douglas Gardner, who are more than willing to answer questions and solve your problem(s). Just give them a call at their Seymour, IN, office by calling 812-522-8608 today.