Tooth Bonding in Portland
Dental bonding is a simple and cost-effective procedure that uses composite resin to match the color and clarity of your teeth. It can correct defects and irregularities such as chips, stains, and fractures in the teeth. At Pham Dental Care, we offer dental bonding to transform your smile within a single visit!
When Is Dental Bonding Recommended?
A dental bonding procedure is recommended for:
- Chipped or fractured teeth
- Closing the gaps between teeth
- Covering any discolorations or stains
- Correct minor irregularities on the surface of the tooth
- Prevent dental sensitivity
Talk to our dentist in Portland, OR to determine if dental bonding is suitable for you.
What Does Bonding Involve?
Dental bonding is a painless procedure that does not require a local anesthetic. Our dentist will first select the shade to match your natural teeth. Composite resin is then molded and shaped on the surface of the teeth; it is then smoothened and polished to give you a beautiful smile in a single visit!
Benefits of Dental Bonding
Dental bonding is a simple procedure that can be completed within 30-60 minutes and gives you instant results. Even the minor imperfections on your teeth can be replicated, giving you a natural appearance. Unlike crowns and bridges, it is a minimally-invasive procedure that involves removing only a small amount of tooth. Talk to us to find out more.
Caring for Your Bonded Teeth
Here are some things to remember if you had the dental bonding procedure. Bonded teeth can easily stain and chip. Avoid tea, coffee, and smoking to avoid staining. Avoid biting on hard foods such as candy and apples. Maintain good oral hygiene with twice-daily brushing and flossing of your teeth. If you are concerned about anything, do not hesitate to contact our dentist.
Bonding at Pham Dental Care
Bonding near you is a simple and cost-effective method to give you a beautiful smile. Do not hesitate to contact Pham Dental Care if you need a simple filling or a complete smile makeover. Talk to us to find out more about the dental bonding procedure.