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Dental Bonding – Gainesville, GA

Say Goodbye to Minor Dental Flaws

Do you have little imperfections in your teeth that make it hard to smile confidently at work, on dates, or just in your everyday life? Thanks to a quick treatment called dental bonding, you no longer have to feel embarrassed by small chips, gaps, or stains in your teeth. At Lifetime Dental of Gainesville, Dr. Her can often complete this cost-effective and minimally invasive procedure in a single appointment. To learn more about how you can say goodbye to minor dental flaws with dental bonding in Gainesville, call us today!

Why Choose Lifetime Dental of Gainesville for Dental Bonding?

What Is Dental Bonding?

woman pointing to her smile after getting dental bonding in Gainesville

Also known as cosmetic bonding or direct bonding, dental bonding is designed to dramatically improve the size, shape, and color of imperfect teeth in a more conservative manner than many other cosmetic dentistry treatments. It involves the use of composite resin, a putty-like biocompatible material, to conceal small aesthetic flaws in a tooth. The composite resin is personalized to match the color of your enamel and sculpted onto your tooth to create seamless results.

Dental bonding can effectively fix of the following:

The Dental Bonding Process

woman getting dental bonding

As a skilled cosmetic dentist in Gainesville, Dr. Her can usually finish the bonding procedure in about 30 to 60 minutes. If you wish to improve multiple teeth, however, it may take longer. Dr. Her may even recommend several appointments.

To begin the dental bonding process, Dr. Her will clean your affected tooth and administer a weak acid, which opens the pores in your enamel and allows the bonding material to form a secure attachment. Next, he’ll apply the tooth-colored composite resin to your tooth, molding it as he goes to ensure the ideal results are achieved. After quickly hardening the resin with an ultraviolet light, Dr. Her will give your tooth one final polish and you’ll be ready to walk out of our office with your new and improved smile!

Benefits of Dental Bonding

man in dental chair admiring his smile in a mirror

By revamping your smile with dental bonding, you can expect the following benefits:

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