An Easier Way to Improve Your Smile
Your smile is unique, so improving it can’t be a one-size-fits-all process. However, the goals of cosmetic smile improvement are always the same – to optimize your smile’s natural beauty while preserving your healthy, natural tooth structure. Cosmetic tooth bonding and contouring are often recommended for a variety of smile concerns because they can maximize your ability to accomplish both goals. For example, bonding a means using tooth-colored composite resin to build up or conceal a blemished part of your tooth, while contouring involves gently reshaping a small portion of your tooth enamel. Both procedures can offer maximum results while requiring little or no changes to your teeth.
How Bonding and Contouring Are Performed
The tooth-colored composite resin used for tooth bonding is comprised of biocompatible acrylic and quartz-like particles. The resin can be bonded securely to your tooth structure, as well as custom-tinted to match the tooth’s specific color and shade. After your dentist places, sculpts, hardens, and polishes the resin, your tooth will once again be free of blemishes. To contour a tooth, we’ll carefully sculpt a small part of the tooth that’s jutting over another tooth, or that is jagged due to a minor chip or fracture. We’ll take care to sculpt only the amount of tooth enamel necessary to correct your tooth’s appearance, ensuring the tooth retains its optimal health and strength.
Benefit from Conservative Smile Improvement
Cosmetic tooth bonding and contouring help preserve your natural tooth structure as well as improve its appearance. For more information, schedule a consultation by calling the dental office Dr. Jack Schwartz in New York today at 212-582-6617 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.