Dental bonding is a minimally invasive and effective cosmetic dentistry procedure used to correct a wide range of dental concerns. Dental bonding can be the more cost-effective solution for patients who don’t want to commit to dental veneers. Some patients opt for dental bonding because it is a quick, convenient procedure that can usually be completed in just one visit to our Lititz, PA dental office. If you are in need of dental bonding, cosmetic dentists Dr. Sara Gotwalt and Dr. John Gotwalt will work with your to restore function and beauty back into your smile.
Lititz dentists Dr. Sara and Dr. John have adopted the concept of complete dentistry in their dental office. During your visit, they focus on ensuring that all aspects of the occlusal system (teeth, gums and jaw joints) are functioning, working together to create a stable bite, and aren’t showing any sign of complex dental problems. For your dental bonding treatment to last, we must first build a healthy, firm foundation for your treatment to rely on. We address any underlying problems in the occlusal system before addressing any cosmetic concerns. We are a team dedicated to improving the health and function of your smile.
The dental bonding procedure can address a variety of dental concerns, including:
- chips or crack
- tooth decay
- gapped teeth
- lengthen teeth
- mishappen teeth
The dental bonding procedure takes minimal prep work. If necessary, one of our dentists will remove a small amount of tooth enamel from the affected tooth. The tooth is prepped using a liquid conditioning agent. Then we will color match and shape the composite resin to ensure a natural looking result. Lastly, an ultraviolet light is used to harden the composite resin. Once the composite resin has cured, we will carefully polish the tooth to give a beautiful finish. We also check the bite to ensure your teeth are aligned.
For a long-lasting treatment, patients should follow a proper oral hygiene routine and schedule regular visits to our Lititz dental office for preventive care. To contact our office, schedule an appointment online or call our office. We look forward to helping you improve your smile and giving you the dental care you need.