Composite Bonding Dentist
Do you have damage to your teeth? Do you want to improve the look of your smile? There are many benefits of composite bonding. Please keep reading to learn more about this treatment that can be used for restoration and cosmetic purposes. When you are ready for this treatment, please call our office right away to set up a free consultation with Dr. Mobasser.
This treatment involves a composite material of resin that gets placed and bonded onto your teeth. The bonding occurs with special lights that harden and secure your composite resin. It gets painted on by your dentist to reshape and repair your teeth. You can create a whole new look with dental bonding. You can fix damage to your teeth. It is a lower-cost option with similar results to veneers. You can have it done to several teeth or just one color-matched to the rest of your teeth. It is very customizable.
Is Composite Bonding Permanent?
The lifespan of dental bonding treatments is not infinite, and you are committing to something that will last for several years if you take good care of your teeth. Your natural tooth structure is not going to be permanently affected by dental bonding. This is often why people opt for bonding instead of veneers that require noticeable scaling back of your natural tooth structure. You can get your bonding touched up when they stain or wear down.
We want you to be able to get this treatment if it is what you need or want. We strongly urge you to explore options for financing this treatment if you cannot pay for it in one lump sum, your dental insurance does not cover this treatment, or you are on a budget.
We don’t want the cost of treatment to stop someone from being able to get it. If you are getting it for restorative or cosmetic purposes, please call the office immediately to learn more about financing this treatment.
Call Our Los Angeles Celebrity Dentist Today
We would be happy to set you up with a free consultation with our Los Angeles dentist immediately. We want to help you get a better smile right away. You can meet with our dentist to discuss the treatment and address any questions or concerns. We are here to help.