Dental Bonding in South Perth
If you have small cracks or chips in your teeth, dental bonding can fill them in and make your teeth look new again. Call our South Perth Dental Surgery team to learn more about dental bonding. We’ll be happy to assist you on your journey to a new, beautiful smile.
It’s never a pleasant experience to have a tooth break or crack. Having a smile with noticeable cracks, chips, and discolouration in your teeth can be embarrassing or even cause you to avoid social interactions or professional opportunities.
The first step toward feeling more confident about your smile and boosting your self-esteem is to schedule an appointment for dental bonding in South Perth Dental Surgery. Talk to us today about how dental bonding can help you get the smile of your dreams.
Benefits of Dental Bonding
The bonding material is made from tooth-coloured resin that can be moulded into any shape, so it looks natural and fits right into your natural teeth.
Dental bonding can repair chips and cracks, fill in gaps between teeth, and even improve the appearance of stained or discoloured teeth.
Dental bonding can protect teeth from further damage by filling in gaps and cracks in the teeth and protecting the teeth’s surface from plaque and bacteria.
The bonding material is strong enough to withstand chewing and biting forces. It can last for many years with proper care.
Dental bonding is a low-maintenance option for tooth restoration. It does not require any special care. Simply brush and floss your teeth as usual, and you will be good to go.
Dental bonding is relatively fast treatment. The result is a natural-looking, durable restoration that can be achieved in one visit to South Perth Dental Surgery.
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South Perth Dental Surgery
Family Dental Clinic for over 30 Years with a Highly Experienced Dentist, Hygienist, and Support Staff.
South Perth Dental Surgery has been in the dental industry for over 30 years, and we continuously provide our patients with high-quality dental treatments. We are proud to have highly experienced dentists, hygienists, and support staff who work together to provide patients with personalised attention and dental care.
Our team is committed to dental excellence and providing patients with a comfortable and stress-free environment—from the moment they walk in the door until they leave.
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We value your time and want to ensure you have an easy, comfortable, and enjoyable experience every time you visit us. That’s why we’ve made it our mission to provide the latest and high-quality technology in dental hygiene services with Airflow.
Airflow is a revolutionary way of cleaning teeth and improving dental health. This technology is safe for patients of all ages, including children who may be nervous about having their teeth cleaned at the dentist.
Invisalign and Other Clear Aligners Systems.
We believe your smile should be more than just a beautiful thing to show off. It should be something you can use to express yourself, share with others, and make them smile.
That’s why South Perth Dental Surgery is a proud provider of Invisalign and other Clear Alignment systems. We’ll be happy to help you achieve the smile you’ve always wanted in a way that fits your lifestyle and budget.
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Frequently Asked Questions
About Dental Bonding
Dental bonding is a restorative and cosmetic procedure that uses a tooth-coloured composite resin material to repair chips and cracks, cover discoloured teeth, fill in gaps between teeth, change the shape of a tooth, or close spaces between teeth. A dentist will use a special light called an LED curing light to harden the resin and set it firmly in place.
The dental bonding procedure can take anywhere from 30 minutes to an hour, depending on the complexity of the procedure and the number of teeth being treated.
Dental bonding is typically not painful. The procedure usually doesn’t require anesthesia. In most cases, the patient will only feel a slight pinch, “tingling” sensation or pressure when the bonding material is being applied. Your dentist will be able to provide more information about what to expect during and after your bonding procedure.
Bonded teeth require no special care, but after your dental bonding appointment, you will need to take steps to ensure that your new bond lasts long so you can enjoy your brilliant smile for years to come. Here are a few things to keep in mind:
- Avoid biting down on anything hard or crunchy.
Excessively biting hard items can cause the bonding to chip or crack. If this happens, you will likely need the bonding repaired or replaced.
- Avoid eating acidic foods.
Acidic foods can weaken the bond between the tooth and the dental bonding material. This can cause the bond to break and the material to fall off the tooth.
- Chew on the other side of your mouth as much as possible.
It is important to avoid chewing on the treated side of the mouth as much as possible. This will help to keep the bonded area from breaking or coming loose.
- Brush and floss regularly, using a soft toothbrush and gentle motions.
Brush and floss regularly to keep your teeth healthy, clean, and free from bacteria and plaque. Use a soft toothbrush and gentle motions to avoid damaging the bond.
- See your dentist for regular checkups and teeth cleanings.
Seeing your dentist for regular checkups and cleanings is very important. Your dentist will check the bonding regularly to ensure the good condition and that there are no areas where the bonding has failed. Your dentist will also clean your teeth so the bonding can continue to look its best.
Yes, the results of dental bonding are natural-looking. The bonding material is made of a tooth-coloured composite resin so that it will blend in with your natural teeth. Your dentist will also conduct an analysis of tooth colour to make necessary adjustments. Once the material has been set, your dentist will polish it to a natural-looking finish to match the appearance of teeth.
The dentists at South Perth Dental Surgery take great care to match the colour and texture of the bonding material to the surrounding teeth.
Dental bonding can be used to restore a single tooth or multiple teeth. In general, it can restore up to eight broken teeth at a time as long as you have a good oral health medical history.
However, some factors can affect whether or not dental bonding is an appropriate dental procedure for your teeth. Dental bonding is not viable for teeth with severe decay or gum disease.
If you are considering dental bonding, call the dental team at our clinic, and we’ll help you determine if it is the right treatment for you.
Dental bonding is less expensive than other cosmetic dentistry services, such as crowns, dental bridges, porcelain veneer treatments, and dental implants. The average cost of dental bonding is $200 to $600 per tooth. The actual cost will depend on the severity of the damage to the teeth and the type and quality of bonding material used.
Call us today to book a dentist appointment and get an accurate quote. The dedicated professionals in South Perth Dental Surgery would be happy to discuss cost-effective and realistic solutions to your dental issues and answer any questions you may have.