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TigerTown Family Dentistry
Stephanie Simmons, DMD
2520 Interstate Drive
Opelika, AL 36801
Auburn • Opelika

Cosmetic Bonding

cosmetic dentistry bondingDental Bonding is an easy, economic and convenient approach to making cosmetic changes to your smile.

Available in a variety of natural-looking shades, composite resin bonding materials may be used to conceal minor flaws in front teeth such as small gaps, and minor chips and cracks. Resin composite materials are also mercury-free; white fillings are often used to repair small areas of damage or decay in back teeth instead of silver fillings.

The Cosmetic Tooth Bonding process:

  • After the tooth is shaped for the restoration, your dentist selects a matching shade and shapes the composite material to the tooth surface. The material is then hardened using a special curing light.
  • Following a few adjustments to suit your smile and bite, the process is complete and you have a fresh new look!

Maintaining your Cosmetic Dental Bonding
While not as durable or long-lasting as porcelain crowns or veneers, bonding can be a less costly approach to address minor esthetic challenges in front teeth. We will check your restoration at your preventive visits to monitor for signs of wear.

Cosmetic Dentistry: Designing Your New Smile
Bonding is also a great way to create a "preview" of cosmetic dentistry procedures and help you make decisions about your smile. The pliable materials can be placed temporarily to determine the shape, size and shade of permanent porcelain crowns and veneers.

Are you ready to enhance your smile? Contact Us today to explore the limitless possibilities of Cosmetic Dentistry!

TigerTown Family Dentistry • Where Happiness is a Healthy Smile