Are distracting dental imperfections, such as cracks, chips, and discoloration, causing you to hide your smile? Consider dental bonding.
Drs. Brandon Kofford and Kevin Lim can correct aesthetic concerns with one simple bonding treatment at our Cary, NC, practice.
If you are looking for a cosmetic procedure to boost your confidence, dental bonding will check off most features on your wish list.
What Is Dental Bonding?
What Patients Have To Say...
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Dentistry Done Right
You Can Trust Us With Your Smile
Don't underestimate the importance of an experienced dentist when it comes to your cosmetic dental treatment. While bonding may be a simple procedure, choosing the right dentist can mean the difference between an artificial-looking repair and a truly stunning enhancement.
Dr. Kofford and Dr. Lim take special care with each patient to create completely natural-looking results that best compliment the patient's unique smile. For dentistry done right, look no further than Cary Prosthodontics.
Schedule a consultation today to get started on your cosmetic dental bonding treatment. Patients in Cary and Raleigh, NC, can reach our dental office online or by calling:
Candidates for Treatment
Patients should have good overall oral health. This means you should be free of tooth decay and periodontal disease. If you are in need of restorative work, our dentists will tend to those concerns first before moving to bonding.
Dental bonding can be a great way to ease into cosmetic dentistry without committing to an expensive or permanent procedure. However, it is important to understand the results might not last as long as alternative treatments.
Traditional Veneers vs. Composite Veneer Bonding
Our dentists provide composite veneer bonding as a more conservative alternative to traditional veneers, particularly for younger patients. While veneers require removing a layer of enamel from the front surface of a tooth, composite veneer bonding will not alter your natural tooth structure. You can ask your dentist about this treatment at your next appointment to see if it's right for you.
Your Cosmetic Bonding Treatment Timeline
What to Expect on the Day of the Procedure
Bonding usually takes around 30 minutes to an hour.
Take a Look at the Incredible Results
How Long Does Dental Bonding Last?
The results of dental bonding vary from one patient to the next, depending on how well you care for your teeth and follow maintenance instructions. According to the Cleveland Clinic, bonding typically lasts 3-10 years and sometimes longer.
If you are looking for longer-lasting results, you may want to consider veneers, as these have a lifespan closer to 10 years on average.
"There are just no words big enough to say about the entire staff at Cary Pros! Now I’m confident as I smile, laugh & eat without being self-conscious. If you are looking for a Prosthodontic- look no further... Call Dr. Kofford and you will not be disappointed." Jacqueline Dinneen