Dental bonding can help patients with chipped teeth and other imperfectionsCosmetic dentistry is an exciting field as it allows us to make improvements to the smile. A beautiful smile is important because it can improve confidence and self-esteem. Your smile is often one of the first attributes others notice, and can communicate a lot about you. From veneers to dental implants, at Kings Dental in Garland, we offer a myriad of solutions to improve the aesthetics and health of the smile. One of the easiest and most common treatments we offer is cosmetic dental bonding.
Dental bonding involves the use of a composite resin material to alter the appearance of the tooth. It can be used for teeth that have cracked or chipped, discoloration, reshaping the tooth, or hiding small spaces. Patients love dental bonding because it is versatile and is more affordable than porcelain veneers.
Besides cost, why would a patient choose bonding over veneers?While porcelain veneers are a popular and effective solution to makeover the smile, they are also more invasive than dental bonding. Veneers require removal of a small portion of the enamel in order to allow room for the porcelain strips. In addition, impressions have to be taken and sent off to the lab for custom fabrication.
Cosmetic dental bonding can be done in one appointment and does not require the removal of enamel, making it a cost effective option to cover up an imperfection such as a chipped tooth quickly.
At Kings Dental, our team is devoted to giving our patients affordable and convenient options for improving the appearance of their smiles. We offer a wide array of cosmetic solutions at various price points, making a beautiful smile achievable regardless of budget. We also offer the convenience of payment plans so that financial concerns do not get in the way of the smile our patients want and deserve.
For more information on our cosmetic dentistry solutions, please visit the tab on the top of this page. If you are in the Garland area and are interested in setting up a risk-free consultation, you can reach us at (214) 703-6900.