Dental Bonding Sculpts a Better Smile for You
By Prairie Dental Care
October 12, 2015
Category: Dental Procedures
Tags: Bonding  

Are your teeth cracked, chipped, discolored or misshapen? If so, you might think you have to spend thousands of dollars on costly family dentistry procedures at your local Prairie Village dentist or simply live with your less-than-perfect smile forever. Thankfully, Bonding nothing could be further from the truth. Fixing your imperfect smile is now easier and more affordable than ever when you visit Dr. Terry C. Linneman at Prairie Village Dental Care for dental bonding.

What Problems Can Dental Bonding Be Used to Fix?

Dental bonding can be used to fix a wide number of minor dental imperfections. For example, dental bonding can be used to fix or repair teeth that are:

  • broken, chipped or cracked
  • the wrong size or shape
  • crooked, irregularly spaced or out of alignment
  • discolored
  • exposed at the root.
If you have a minor dental imperfection you would like to have Dr. Linneman fix, call Prairie Village Dental Care and find out if dental bonding is the right family dentistry solution for you.
 

What are the Advantages and Disadvantages of Dental Bonding?

Dental bonding from Prairie Village Dental Care is one affordable and attractive family dentistry option. The procedure is done in-office, and it can typically done in as little as one office visit. It doesn't require much enamel to be removed, and no anesthesia is needed.

The materials used in dental bonding are not typically as stain resistant, as strong, or as long-lasting as those used in other family dentistry options Prairie Village Dental Care provides, such as fillings, veneers and crowns, but dental bonding is still a very popular, affordable and practical choice for those who need minor repairs.

If you have a minor dental imperfection that is affecting your tooth's function or appearance, call Dr. Linneman at Prairie Village Dental Care to get the family dentistry procedure you need. Whether you will benefit the most from dental bonding or a different procedure altogether, we will have your teeth looking, feeling and functioning their best in no time at all.

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