Cosmetic Teeth Bonding In Houston, TX

Are you not happy with your smile’s aesthetics? Are you shy around people because of how your teeth look? If so, we can help! At Pearl Shine Dental, we have the perfect solution to get you out of teeth trouble, using Cosmetic Bonding. Having broken, discolored, or chipped teeth can abate your self-confidence and comfort, making you awkward every time you smile. Cosmetic teeth bonding, also called a dental attachment, is the perfect way to a happy and pleasing smile you have always dreamt of. The best thing about dental adhesion is its effectiveness and affordability. Restoring a damaged tooth or filling in the gaps between your front teeth with dental bonding is budget-friendly and non-invasive. Compared to other cosmetic procedures, such as veneers or crowns, it is very affordable and almost pain-free. If you live in Houston, TX, or nearby suburbs, and are looking for the best cosmetic teeth bonding services near you, contact Pearl Shine Dental. Call our dentistry in Houston at (281) 477-7200. We would love to work with you and give you the smile you deserve and desire.

Cosmetic Bonding Houston TX

What is Cosmetic Teeth Bonding?

Some of the most common dental issues, such as gaps in the front teeth( diastema), cavities, tooth decay, stained or discolored teeth, or other known damages, can be treated with dental bonding by your Houston dentist at Pearl Shine Dental.

During the cosmetic attachment procedure, a tooth-colored composite resin (a kind of dental glue) is applied to your compromised teeth and is hardened using a special light. The application of composite resin needs an expert hand to make the restored tooth and neighboring ones look alike. The dental professionals at Pearl Shine Dental can cater to your aesthetic needs and ensure you receive the best treatment and an amazing smile.

Can Teeth Bonding Fix My Chipped Front Teeth?

Yes, cosmetic bonding can fix your damaged front teeth in such a way you won’t even notice you had a chipped tooth. The resin (tooth glue) that your cosmetic dentist will use is of the same color as your natural teeth. After the composite resin is applied, the dentist will reshape the tooth and make it similar to the surrounding teeth. Since children are in their growing age and their teeth are continuously evolving, they may need to visit us sometime in the future following a chipped tooth repair.

Is A Cosmetic Bonding Procedure Uncomfortable?

We don’t think so. In fact, tooth bonding is one of the safest and most secure cosmetic dentistry procedures you can come across. Out of the thousands of patients we have served so far, most of them have undergone the treatment without requiring any sedation or pain medication. During this non-invasive restoration procedure, we will roughen your tooth to a minor extent and get it ready for the composite resin. In the next step, we will place the filling and reshape your tooth to match the others. The tooth bonding procedure is comfortable because it doesn’t require any alteration to your existing tooth structure.

Can Dental Bonding Fill The Gaps Between My Front Teeth?

Yes, teeth bonding is very effective at filling the gaps between the teeth. Although other dental procedures, such as braces, aligners, and veneers, can take care of the small teeth spaces, bonding is one of the most cost-effective and fastest solutions for misaligned teeth.

Can Cosmetic Bonding Help With Teeth Staining?

Cosmetic dental bonding can give a new appearance to your stained teeth. Usually, we recommend going with our teeth whitening services to get rid of discolored or stained teeth, as they can more effectively restore the shine of your pearly whites. Sometimes, the stains are very tough and nearly impossible to remove – here, teeth bonding can help. To achieve a stain-free smile, your Houston dentist will use a tooth-color matching resin and apply it to the stained teeth. With our cosmetic teeth bonding services in Houston, Tx, we promise you an aesthetically pleasing smile in just a single session. Book an appointment now and get your dream smile today. You can easily reach us at (281) 477-7200.

Is A Dental Bonding Procedure Permanent?

No, tooth bonding is not permanent, and we can easily reverse it when you are ready for more permanent alternatives for restoring your teeth. Although bonding can last for years and fulfill your appearance needs, some only use it temporarily till they decide on long-term treatment.

How Long Does Dental Tooth Bonding Last?

Though there is no generalized time length for how long tooth bonding lasts, you can expect somewhere between 7-10 years. For some people, dental adhesion’s effectiveness may start fading away after the first 2-3 years, while others may keep enjoying the benefits for up to 11 years. The placement of bonding and how you keep them is the actual determinant of how long your bonding will last. For example, if you have had bonding on your tooth’s edge, there is a high chance that your attachment will not last long. This is true because your bonding will take on the forces when you bite. Biting on hard and crunchy foods significantly weakens tooth bonding as compared to softer food items. In case you have dental adhesion on your front teeth, it’s good to avoid biting with your incisors. For the first few weeks, try to eat soft foods such as scrambled eggs, yogurt, boiled veggies, and more alike.

Your oral hygiene habits also affect the lifespan of your dental bonding. For example, if you don’t regularly brush your teeth twice a day and don’t use a soft-bristled brush, you can possibly damage your teeth’s restoration. Flossing your teeth and rinsing with mouthwash are additional cleaning habits that you can adopt to make your bonding last longer. Dental adhesion is a sound and durable cosmetic procedure; however, dental crowns tend to stay longer. For that reason, if you think dental bonding alternatives such as veneers or crowns might be better, you can visit our Houston office and discuss the options that suit you.

Is Cosmetic Bonding Expensive?

Cosmetic or teeth bonding is less expensive than other cosmetic dentistry procedures, such as veneers or crowns. The average cost of dental bonding for a single tooth is $250-$500. In contrast, if you choose to opt for veneers or crowns, you may end up paying $800-$2500 for each tooth. The teeth bonding prices differs based on the geographical location, the dentist, the oral condition, and the tooth filling placement.

Is Bonding Good For Your Teeth?

If you are looking for a quick and low-cost solution to get rid of minor misalignment issues, discolored, chipped, or broken teeth, or just want the spaces between your front teeth closed, bonding is worth spending a few hundred dollars.

Can You Whiten Bonded Teeth?

Yes, you can. However, it is of no use since bonded teeth do not go along with the whitening procedure. Therefore, to have a monotonous whitening, ask your dentist to place the dental filling on the same day of your whitening session. If that can’t happen, wait no longer than a week or two to get a bonding following your teeth whitening appointment. This way, your composite resin will perfectly match the color of your teeth.

Dental bonding is an effective solution for multiple oral problems, promising you natural-looking teeth and a beautiful smile. If you wish to learn more about cosmetic teeth bonding, visit us in person or call our Houston, TX office at (281) 477-7200.

Schedule an appointment with Pearl Shine Dental and learn why patients trust us with all of their teeth bonding needs.

All information on our website is for informational purposes. Dr. Charolia and the team may not perform all services described. To learn more about the services we provide and whether you are eligible for certain services, give us a call at (281) 477-7200.

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At Pearl Shine Dental, we can replace your teeth with this convenient and innovative procedure.

To discuss the many benefits or to get started, call 281-477-7200 and schedule an examination and consultation with our Houston, TX dental office.

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