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Oakland, MO

Oakland, MO Tooth Bonding

Oakland, MO tooth bonding. Oakland, MO tooth bonding is the perfect dental treatment for many different dental applications. It is a powerful way to improve the look of your smile and protect teeth with minor damages such as chips and cracks from additional harm. As somebody with a gap, chipped tooth, a misshapen tooth, or a cavity, Oakland, MO tooth bonding is the affordable, convenient, non-invasive dental solution for you.

Count on Dr. John Martin Dental & Associates for your Oakland, MO dental bonding needs. Led by Dr. John Martin - an expert dentist with over thirty years of experience - and his highly-regarded dental associates, our team will give you Oakland, MO tooth bonding treatments with long-lasting, undetectable results that restore the appearance and health of your smile.


Oakland, MO tooth bonding

It's time to do something about the smile you don't love or a painful damaged tooth. Contact John Martin Dental & Associates today to schedule your Oakland, MO tooth bonding appointment. Call our Maryland Heights location at 314-739-1222 or the Gerald office at 573-764-2425 now!


Who Should Receive Tooth Bonding

Tooth bonding is a great solution for both cosmetic and functional dental concerns. isIt is a very simple, painless, and inexpensive procedure ideal for cosmetic concerns and to address teeth with mild damage.

Make sure to speak with your dentist about the procedures and treatments that would be most appropriate for your given situation. Whether you have suffered a minor tooth injury, have a naturally occuring gap or missized tooth that affects your appearance, or an infected tooth or exposed root that requires protection, tooth bonding may be the answer for you.

Tooth bonding is often used to treat Oakland, MO patients who have:

  • Chipped tooth or teeth
  • Cracked tooth or teeth
  • Misshapen teeth
  • Unnaturally small teeth
  • A gap between teeth
  • Cavities or exposed , as an alternative to silver or other obviously visible amalgam fillings
  • A discolored tooth

Benefits of Tooth Bonding

Tooth bonding is a great dental solution for patients with a variety of dental problems. The procedure is risk-free and the procedure is a breeze - the procedure is painless and involves very little, if any, discomfort. After the bonding procedure has been completed, it must be cared for and maintained using regular oral health practices. Dental bonding is powerful enough to help many patients have healthier, happier smiles, affordable, and can last years with reasonable care.

Tooth bonding is:

  • Fast - unlike other crowns or veneers, tooth bonding can be performed in a single session
  • Non-Invasive - bonding doesn't require surgical dentistry techniques - tooth bonds are placed directly over your existing tooth
  • Effective - bonds can fill in gaps between teeth, fix cracked or chipped teeth, remold the shape of misshaped teeth, and fix tooth discoloration or stains
  • Affordable - dental implants and veneers can be expensive, but on average, the price of tooth bonds ranges from $300-$600 for each tooth
  • Long-Lasting - tooth bonding, with adequate care, can last for over a decade

Tooth Bonding Procedure

You are looking for an easy way to fix a damaged tooth or an imperfection in your smile, and now you know that tooth bonding is the perfect answer for your dental needs. In deciding whether or not tooth bonding is right for you, you should know what to expect from the Oakland, MO tooth bonding procedure.

Your tooth bonding procedure requires nothing more than a simple visit to your Oakland, MO dental office. No inpatient care or all-day procedures. In most cases, no anesthesia is necessary.

First, you and your dentist must work to select the resin color that most closely matches the natural color of your teeth. Your dentist will match samples and use a chart to ensure that the resin blends in naturally with the color of your natural teeth.

Your dentist then prepares the surface of the tooth or teeth being treating in the tooth bonding procedure. To ensure that the resin effectively attaches to your existing tooth, they must roughen the surface where it will be attached, similar to the principle sculptors use, scoring individual pieces of pottery before sticking them together. Once the tooth's surface is prepared, you dentist will also add a liquid bonding agent that will hold the resin to the tooth.

Then the resin will be applied to the tooth. At this point in the tooth bonding procedure, the resin is in a putty-like form. The viscous material allows your dentist to carefully shape and mold the resin to the desired shape to take on the appearance of a natural tooth.

Once it has been shaped, the resin is cured and set using UV light. The UV light transforms the resin into a hard, tooth-like consistency. Your dentist is still able to make alterations to the shape and size after the resin hardens. This is the perfect time for additional finishing touches such as minor shaping tweaks and polishing to add a shine.

There you have it: your Oakland, MO tooth bonding appointment is simple and painless. The entire process can be done in under an hour and often in as little as 30 minutes. However, patients getting multiple teeth treated will be in for a longer procedure. If you have several affected teeth that need tooth bonding, you may want to break it up into separate sittings to avoid a lengthy visit.

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Schedule Your Oakland, MO Tooth Bonding Appointment | Dr. John Martin & Associates

Experience the care and expertise of the Dr. John Martin & Associates dental team today. Turn to us for your Oakland, MO tooth bonding and all other dental service needs. Our commitment to the patient experience means convenient, comfortable, transparent dental service for you and your family in the Oakland, MO area. Learn more about our services or schedule your tooth bonding procedure today by contacting us or calling our Maryland Heights office at (314) 739-1222 or our Gerald location at 573-764-2425.