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Cosmetic Bonding in Novi, MI

The cosmetic team at Goldstein Dental Group is proud to offer various solutions that allow us to craft beautiful smiles. Cosmetic dental bonding is a restoration technique that involves the application of a tooth-like resin skillfully sculpted and securely fastened to the surface of your teeth. The result is a strong and durable covering that closely resembles your natural tooth.

Cosmetic bonding serves as a solution for a variety of dental concerns. It’s commonly used to address small gaps between teeth, effectively closing those spaces and enhancing the overall appearance of your smile. Additionally, it’s an ideal option for managing tooth decay, lengthening teeth that may appear shorter than desired, and correcting minor discolorations. Cosmetic bonding can effectively address gum recession and allow for the subtle reshaping of teeth, providing an alternative to porcelain veneers. This versatile technique empowers us to enhance your smile while preserving the natural look of your teeth.

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Cosmetic Bonding

Why Choose Cosmetic Bonding?

Cosmetic dental bonding offers several advantages, making it an appealing choice to enhance your smile. This minimally invasive approach uses your natural tooth structure. This means that you can achieve remarkable improvements without the need for more complicated procedures. Whether you want to restore your smile or address specific dental issues, cosmetic bonding is a versatile and practical option.

At Goldstein Dental Group, we take pride in our expertise in cosmetic bonding, ensuring that each application is precisely tailored to meet your unique needs. Experience the artistry of smile enhancement with our cosmetic bonding services, where crafting beautiful smiles is our specialty.

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Experience a Hassle-Free Authentic Smile

When you choose cosmetic dental bonding at Goldstein Dental Group, you can expect a straightforward and painless process that leads to a stunning and authentic smile. During the procedure, our skilled dentists begin by selecting a resin that matches the color of your existing teeth. They then sculpt and secure this resin to the surface of your tooth. The resin is carefully molded and smoothed to achieve the desired shape and size and then allowed to harden. To ensure a flawless finish, we expertly polish the bonded resin until it achieves a smooth, shiny surface that seamlessly blends with the rest of your teeth.

Cosmetic dental bonding is a cost-effective solution for minor tooth imperfections, delivering quick and impressive results. We encourage you to consult with one of our experienced dentists at our Novi, MI, practice to determine if cosmetic bonding is the right choice for enhancing your smile.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Cosmetic Bonding FAQs

Dental bonding is a procedure where a special resin is applied to your teeth to enhance their look. This resin can be customized to make your teeth appear more natural and even. It can also lengthen or reshape your teeth to match the surrounding ones better. Dental bonding isn’t just for aesthetics; it can also protect exposed tooth roots due to receding gums.

Dental bonding is a quick and straightforward procedure that usually doesn’t require significant changes to your original tooth. It’s also more budget-friendly than veneers or dental crowns because it’s done right in the dentist’s chair and achieves similar results.

Veneers, on the other hand, are made of porcelain and matched to your existing teeth. They are highly resistant to staining and tend to last longer than bonding, often 15 to 25 years or more, whereas dental bondings may last 5 to 10 years.

Bonding is usually chosen for minor changes in a healthy mouth, whereas veneers may be better for those seeking a more significant smile transformation

On average, dental bonding typically lasts between 4 to 8 years. The exact duration can vary depending on the tooth’s location and your biting, eating, and chewing habits.

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