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Tooth Bonding Arlington, VA

Tooth Bonding An Overview

Tooth bonding is a quick, cost-effective way to address various cosmetic and restorative dental concerns. In most cases, tooth bonding is performed in one short visit to our Arlington dentist. Dr. Hazim Sadeddin uses tooth bonding to transform a damaged or weakened smile. At Westover Dentistry, we work with you to enhance the health and appearance of your natural smile.

Tooth bonding is commonly used to address cracked, chipped, or fractured teeth. To some, tooth bonding is seen as a less expensive alternative to porcelain veneers. Tooth bonding can be used on patients of all ages to repair damaged teeth. If you desire porcelain veneers but are not ready to undergo the procedure, tooth bonding can be used as a temporary measure until you are ready.

Tooth bonding can be used to address:

  • Chipped, cracked, or fractured teeth
  • Gapped teeth
  • Discolored or stained teeth
  • Misshapen teeth
  • Worn or broken teeth

Schedule An Appointment

To determine if tooth bonding is the right solution for you, visit Westover Dentistry in Arlington, VA. Dr. Sadeddin and our dental care team can work with you to achieve a beautiful, healthy smile.

Tooth Bonding What to Expect

The tooth bonding procedure can typically be completed in one visit. Dr. Sadeddin will evaluate your teeth and surrounding areas to determine if tooth bonding is right for you. If tooth bonding is right for you, we will carefully clean the affected tooth and determine the most appropriate color and shape for your bonded tooth. Once the desired aesthetic is agreed upon, we will remove a small amount of enamel from the affected tooth to prepare it for the bonding process.

The composite resin material is skillfully placed and sculpted onto the affected tooth. The material is cured using a special light. Dr. Sadeddin will check the biting surfaces of the teeth to ensure a proper bite. The surface of the tooth is polished to reveal a natural glow.

Tooth bonding can last many years with proper maintenance and excellent oral hygiene.