Dental bonding allows our dental clinic at Joly Dental Care to repair broken and cracked teeth and generally improve the smile of our patients. The dental bonding process covers up problems in your teeth by placing a thin, durable, plastic coating on the surface of the tooth. The tooth will first be prepared to help the bonding material adhere easier. Once your tooth is ready the bonding material will be sculpted, shaped and coloured to fit onto your tooth. With the use of a special light, the material bonds to the tooth to give an unnoticeable fix. The process is both quick and painless.
In addition to helping patients with broken or cracked teeth, bonding can also be used for a wide variety of different imperfections. From making teeth longer to fixing wide teeth gaps, bonding lets our dental team give you the smile that you have always wanted!
Teeth Bonding in Edmonton
Impress people with your bright smile. Dental teeth bonding is a simple procedure that not only improves the look of your teeth, but your overall oral health as well. This is an affordable option for many patients and the procedure removes as little of your own tooth enamel as possible. Dr. Joly has years of experience in improving peoples teeth and lives, so during your next appointment be sure to ask Joly Dental Care about cosmetic teeth bonding. Edmonton patients can book a consultation to discuss your repair options and see if cosmetic dental bonding or other cosmetic dentistry options are right for you.
Video Transcription – Cracked Tooth Complications
Sometimes teeth can develop cracks, and when not treated this can have serious consequences for your oral health. Cracks can come from injury or large fillings that weaken the rest of the tooth. Even small cracks can allow bacteria into the tooth causing decay or infection leading to further destruction. A cracked tooth may or may not be sensitive to hot and cold, or be painful when biting or chewing. Cracks that progress too far can result in entire sections of the tooth breaking off, and in some cases loss of the tooth entirely.