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One of the most accessible cosmetic dental procedures to improve your smile

Cosmetic Dental Bonding in Southfield, Michigan

No tooth is created equal, and at Southfield Family Dental, we treat each dental concern with care. From small gaps in your teeth to significant gum recession, our cosmetic dental bonding services can repair and restore your teeth to their natural state. By creating a robust and durable covering that looks and feels like your natural tooth enamel, you’ll always have a reason to smile after a dental bonding appointment at Southfield Family Dental.

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Don’t Fake Your Smile Any Longer

Cosmetic dental bonding is a restorative technique where tooth-like resin is carefully sculpted and secured to the surface of your tooth or teeth. Our skilled dentists will match the composite resin to your tooth’s color and bond the material to your existing tooth. We will then mold and smooth it to the desired shape and size, allow the resin to harden, and polish it until the result is a smooth and shiny surface that matches the rest of your teeth. 

This quick and painless process is ideal for changing the shape of your teeth, closing gaps and spaces, improving discoloration, repairing a chip or crack, and more. Cosmetic dental bonding is a cost-effective way to solve minor tooth imperfections. At Southfield Family Dental, we recommend consulting with one of our dentists to determine if cosmetic bonding is right for you.

Cosmetic Bonding FAQs

What are the reasons for receiving cosmetic bonding?
Cosmetic bonding may suit your needs if you’re experiencing any of the following:
  • Small gaps in your teeth
  • Tooth decay
  • Minor discoloration
  • Gum recession
  • Additionally, cosmetic bonding can be used to lengthen or change the shape of your teeth, or as an alternative solution to porcelain veneers.
What’s the difference between dental bonding & veneers?
Both dental bonding and veneers help to restore your smile, but that’s the only thing they have in common. Dental bonding is designed for minor changes, such as chipped or gapped teeth, while veneers are better suited for more substantial dental work. Dental bonding is a more affordable option lasting 5 to 10 years. In contrast, veneers last anywhere from 15 to 25 years, depending on how you maintain your dental work.
How long does dental bonding last?
Dental bonding lasts 4 to 8 years, depending on the tooth location and your biting, eating, and chewing habits. Some composite dental bondings have been known to last as long as ten years.
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