Naylors Court Dental Partners

Why do I need tooth bonding?

Did you know that dental enamel is one of the strongest parts of the body? Enamel is a thin layer of mineral that protects the soft, inner parts of your tooth from damage. Though our teeth are meant to last a lifetime, sometimes, we may still need a little extra help keeping our teeth protected and functional. That's where tooth bonding comes in. 

#1 Tooth bonding repairs chipped teeth.  

Tooth bonding is perfect for patients who have cracked, chipped, or fractured teeth. This non-invasive cosmetic treatment repairs minor dental injuries and flaws through the use of composite resin. The resin is used to bond the tooth, making it look and function just like new. 

#2 Tooth bonding enhances your tooth’s appearance. 

Tooth bonding can also lighten discolored teeth, fill in gaps between teeth, and correct aesthetic irregularities such as teeth that are too long, short, or misshapen. The composite resin used for tooth bonding matches the natural shade of your teeth, completing your unique smile. It’s also durable and can last for many years if well cared for. 

#3 Tooth bonding re-establishes your tooth’s natural function.

If you have experienced a minor dental injury, tooth bonding can fix any chips, cracks, or fractures. Not only does this improve your tooth’s appearance, but it also re-establishes your ability to chew properly and speak clearly. Chips and cracks can wear down the structure of the tooth and cause more damage if not treated. 

Repair Your Smile with Tooth Bonding in Pikesville

Naylors Court Dental Partners can help you repair minor dental injuries and flaws with restorative and cosmetic treatments. Whatever your needs may be, we can help you rediscover your healthiest smile. Call us today to schedule your appointment with Dr. Virmani. 

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Our office is now open for regular services due to the lifting of restrictions by the Governor of Maryland.  Our office will be following the infection control recommendations made by the American Dental Association (ADA), the U.S. Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA).  We look forward to seeing all of our patients.  To schedule an appointment, please call us at (410) 784-4059.