Reshape Your Teeth with Bonding & Contouring

Not every smile improvement is the same, and for many patients, the process is much simpler than they thought possible. With cosmetic tooth bonding and contouring, for instance, we can often create dramatic smile improvement results with minimal changes to your tooth structure and little or no discomfort. Bonding your tooth means to apply tooth-colored composite resin to its surface, then to sculpt, harden, and polish the resin to a lifelike finish. By contrast, contouring a tooth means to gently sculpt away some of its surface to correct an abnormality such as a jagged or overlapping edge. Whether you need one or both treatments, we can custom design your treatment plan to offer maximum results with minimum dental work.

What Bonding & Contouring Address

Dental bonding and contouring are often recommended because they can correct several different cosmetic blemishes with lifelike results. For instance, bonding a tooth can correct issues such as severe discoloration, cracked and chipped teeth, diastemas (noticeable spaces between teeth), and more. Likewise, contouring a tooth can address such issues as edges that overlap neighboring teeth, teeth that appear too large or have uneven chewing surfaces, rough patches on your tooth enamel, and other similar concerns.

Benefit from Conservative Bonding & Contouring

The conservative nature of tooth bonding and contouring often make them the ideal solutions for correcting a wide range of cosmetic blemishes. For more information, schedule a consultation by calling Saxonburg Dental Care in Saxonburg, PA, today at (724) 352-4440. We also proudly serve patients who live in Brookville, Sarver, Butler, Cabot, Freeport, Natrona Heights, Tarentum and all of Western PA.