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Dental Bonding in Washington, DC

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What Is Dental Bonding?

Dental bonding is among the easiest and least expensive cosmetic dentistry procedures to improve a smile. At The Washington Center for Dentistry, Dr. Daniel J. Deutsch and his team use state-of-the-art technology and cosmetic dentistry techniques to improve the look of a patient’s teeth and the quality of his or her smile. They will apply a matching tooth-colored plastic material to the tooth that they will harden with a special light. This light ultimately bonds the material to the tooth. Then, the doctor shapes the material into the desired length and width and polishes the surface to match the sheen of the rest of the tooth’s surface.

Patients leave with an instantly transformed smile without the need for extensive, anxiety-inducing dental work. The only thing a patient has to deal with is a spectacular, dazzling smile!

What Does Dental Bonding Fix?

Dental bonding is useful:

  • To repair decayed, chipped or cracked teeth.
  • To improve the appearance of discolored teeth.
  • To close spaces between teeth.
  • To make teeth look longer.
  • To change the shape of teeth.
  • To offer a cosmetic alternative to amalgam (silver) fillings.
  • To protect a portion of the tooth’s root that has been exposed when gums recede.

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I cannot recommend this dental office enough. It is wonderful! Excellent dentists. Caring and experienced staff. Very gentle. They care about your teeth and are honest. No trying to rip you off. They also do everything to make sure you do not feel pain. One of the staff, Trina, worked way after hours one time when I needed some dental business paperwork. She could have waited to provide it to me later on, but wanted to make sure that I had it. They are all like Trina. Very professional, oriented towards service and excellence.

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What Are The Benefits Of Dental Bonding?

There are many advantages to dental bonding, including bonding is the least expensive of most, if not all, cosmetic procedures. Also, dental bonding can be done in one office visit, whereas porcelain crowns and porcelain veneers must be manufactured in a laboratory. Another advantage to bonding is that only a very little bit of tooth enamel is removed. Many cosmetic dentists view dental bonding as best suited for minor cosmetic changes and for correction of teeth in areas of very low bite pressure (front teeth). Because bonding can chip, it is very important to avoid practices such as nail biting, chewing on ice and other hard food/objects and using your teeth to open things to preserve the bonding's integrity.

Transform Your Smile

With dental bondings, it's never been easier to get your dream smile. Our dentist practice offers highly advanced technology to ensure you leave with a million dollar smile after the procedure. The dentists work hard to make sure that your finished result is polished and gorgeous with a natural look and feel. Best of all, this is one of the quickest, most effective and least expensive ways to take your smile to the next level. We encourage you to contact us immediately to schedule your consultation to begin the process that will end with you having a remarkable smile. 

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Is getting dental bonding painful?
No, it isn't. Most patients don't find dental bonding uncomfortable at all since the doctor is only working on the outer part of the tooth. If you want, we offer sedation options to help make your visit as easy and stress-free as possible. After the procedure, some patients may experience slight tooth sensitivity as their teeth adjust, but this typically fades after a day or two.
How long does dental bonding usually last?
If proper oral hygiene is maintained (and barring any tooth damage), dental bonding treatments can last up to a decade or longer.
Does dental bonding look like natural teeth?
Yes, it does. We will choose a shade of bonding that matches the color of your natural tooth, making your dental bonding work virtually invisible.
What dental problems does dental bonding fix?
  • Cracks
  • Chips
  • Tooth discoloration
  • Misshapen teeth
  • Breaks
  • Gaps and spaces