Cosmetic Bonding – Columbus, NJ

Completely Repair Chipped and Cracked Teeth

If you’ve ever looked in the mirror and been discouraged by your smile, ever unconsciously covered your mouth to hide your teeth, then you know the massive difference that even small dental flaws can make in how confident you are. Even tiny chips or broken teeth can put a huge damper on how you feel when you smile.

Thankfully, cosmetic bonding from Columbus Dental Arts can completely repair chipped and cracked teeth in as little as one or two appointments. If you live near Columbus, NJ, give us a call and we’ll bring you in for a consultation.

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Why Choose Columbus Dental Arts for Cosmetic Bonding? 

  • Friendly All-Woman Dental Team
  • Meticulous Dentist with Over 30 Years of Experience
  • Conservative, Patient-focused Dental Care

What Is Cosmetic Bonding?

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Cosmetic bonding involves layering a tooth-colored composite resin onto the front of the tooth and hardening it into place with a specialized light. This substance blends in perfectly with the natural tooth while hiding any imperfections like chips or cracks. It can even be used creatively to deal with some more substantial issues, like discoloration or gaps between teeth.

Who Is a Good Candidate for Cosmetic Bonding?

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Cosmetic bonding lacks the integrity of veneers or dental crowns and is therefore usually used to make small but substantial changes to the appearance of the teeth. As with most procedures it also tends to work best on otherwise healthy teeth, meaning that you may need to treat any tooth decay or gum disease before receiving the treatment.

We’ll be able to tell you more about whether this or another cosmetic procedure is best for you when we meet you in person.

The Benefits of Cosmetic Bonding

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Cosmetic bonding is an incredibly convenient aesthetic procedure; it’s often completed within one or two appointments with essentially no aftercare. As easy as the treatment is, it can last for several years without needing to be redone provided that you care for your teeth well. Thankfully this process is easy, requiring no special changes to your pre-existing oral health regimen.

If you’re interested in learning more about what this treatment can do for you, give us a call and we’d be happy to discuss it with you.