Dental Bonding In Beverly Hills

Dental Bonding and Tooth Bonding Dentist in Beverly Hills, CA

Tooth bonding is one of the specialties of our expert cosmetic dentist in Beverly hills. Dr Anthony Mobasser has done over ten thousand dental bonding procedures to enhance and beautify his patients smile. Dental bonding is one of the least invasive cosmetic dentistry procedures to conserve tooth structure but at the same time cosmetically enhance the teeth and smile. For this reason many top celebrities seek dental bonding procedures first prior to entertain veneering of teeth.

Dental Bonding benefits and cons used in cosmetic dentistry:

Pros of Dental Bonding:

Conserve one’s tooth structure

Eliminate sensitivity

Cosmetically enhance the color of your teeth, and the shape of your teeth

Can be used to repair porcelain restorations

Can be used to restore the ditched erosion on the tooth structure

Can enhance an  already beautiful smile

Cost Effective compare to porcelain veneers or ceramic restorations

Teeth bonding is often used to close spaces and gaps between teeth

Cons of Dental Bonding:

Dental bonding is porous, and it can stain

Tooth bonding is not as strong as Porcelain

If you have weak enamel can you still have dental bonding done?

​If you have enamel and dentin (the next layer) is not exposed, you can have dental bonding procedure done, however if it is at the edge of your teeth, depending on your bite and occlusion it might not last due to heavy load of your bite, you will be needing a bite analysis prior to tooth bonding, to access the forces exerted on the bonding. If the bite does not allow for dental bonding then perhaps a stronger material such as porcelain veneers, feldspathic or E max veneer should be recommended.

Dental bonding vs porcelain veneers

Many patients do not want their tooth structure to be touched, or cut much, for that reason, our Beverly hills cosmetic dentist would advise full dental bonding procedure to enhance the smile, however due to limitation of composite material used in dental bonding, the composite is not as strong as porcelain, and staining after a while is more evident in dental bonding vs porcelain veneers.

Depending on the bite and occlusion, on patients with clenching and grinding habits and lack of balanced occlusion, dental bonding can chip vs a stronger material such as porcelain veneer.

The cost of dental bonding is usually about the third of porcelain veneer cost, and it is an economical cosmetic dentistry treatment versus porcelain veneers. Dental bonding can be performed in one visit, vs 2 appointments necessary to have porcelain veneers.

Dental bonding can fail if patient is bulimic, or have acid re-flux, due to exposure of dentin. In general dental bonding is not for everyone, nor porcelain veneers. Dr Anthony Mobasser  specializes in Porcelain veneers and dental bonding, and it is best to have a complete evaluation by him prior to you choosing one over the other. The bite and occlusion is one of the biggest factor, and generally to lengthen the short teeth or worn out teeth, porcelain veneers are indicated. For best results contact our dental bonding specialist for a complete full mouth evaluation prior to commecing dental bonding procedure.