Teeth Bonding Gaithersburg, MD

Do you have crooked or damaged teeth? Are there gaps in your smile? Dental bonding is a cosmetic dental treatment that can cover imperfections in the smile. Dr. Stan Nova offers tooth bonding treatment that uses malleable biocomposite material matched to the shape and shade of natural teeth. This alternative to dental veneers offers quick and efficient treatment. Learn more about teeth bonding treatment in our Gaithersburg, MD dental office.

Dental Bonding in Gaithersburg, Maryland

Benefits of Dental Bonding Treatment

A tooth bonding treatment can address:

  • Tooth gaps
  • Broken teeth
  • Crooked teeth
  • Worn enamel
  • Discolored teeth

Dental bonding can create:

  • Straighter teeth
  • Brighter enamel
  • Longer teeth

If you or a loved one have tooth damage in one or more teeth and want to subtly transform your smile, call our office. Our dentists will work with you to determine if bonding is the right option for your smile. We also offer veneers, a similar treatment that can address discolored and injured teeth. Our team will compare your cosmetic options with your budget, goals, and current oral health needs. 

Teeth Bonding in Gaithersburg, MD

To prepare teeth for bonding treatment, we clean the enamel and roughen the surface. This minimal preparation ensures that the bonding material adheres to the teeth. We color-match the bonding material to brighten teeth and ensure they are the same shade as natural teeth. Then, we shape and mold the bonding material to the tooth.

We cover chips, cracks, breaks, and discoloration on the front, top, and bottom of each tooth. Once we ensure that the bonding material looks as natural as possible, we use a curing light to harden the material. Finally, we polish each tooth for a brilliant shine.

Directly following treatment, avoid consuming staining foods or beverages like coffee, wine, tea, berries, and tomatoes. Also, avoid hard or crunchy foods to avoid sensitivity or damage to the bonding material.

Schedule a Dental Appointment

Are you interested in dental bonding treatment and want to know more? Call (240) 226-1482 or request a dental consultation with our dentists on our website. Please let us know if you have questions for our office and we will be glad to help.