Cosmetic Bonding in Plano, TX

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What Is Cosmetic Bonding?

Accidents happen. You may take a bad fall and chip your tooth. Sometimes, a tooth can become discolored from medication or illness. Dr. Dao Pham performs dental bonding to fix these small cosmetic flaws at his office in Plano, TX. A fast, effective treatment, dental bonding applies composite resin (also used for tooth-colored fillings) to cover tooth discoloration, fill gaps between teeth, make a tooth longer, and help protect receding gums. For a great way to enhance your teeth, schedule an appointment to get more information about cosmetic dental bonding at Dali Dental.

What Can I Expect From Dental Bonding?

Bonding will typically be completed in a single visit at our office in Plano, TX. You should not need anesthesia, but sedation methods can be reviewed with Dr. Pham during your consultation if you have dental fears, anxieties, or a strong gag reflex. Once you're ready, Dr. Pham will begin applying the bonding material to the desired areas of your teeth with the help of one of his team members. The resin will be set with a special light before more layers are added. After the bonding process is done, Dr. Pham will polish the filling material and your natural enamel for a beautiful finish and a stunning smile.

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Dr. Dao Pham did a great job on my root canal today. Very nice and thorough. Knew his stuff. Ms. Sherry at front desk made my visit so wonderful. She assisted me with awesome affordable pmt plan and made me feel like part of the family. Highly recommend friends and family to also go here for future dental work.

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Reshape and Repair Your Smile

Cosmetic bonding is a wonderful option if you want to enhance the appearance of your smile without the expense and time needed for other cosmetic treatments. Find out more about dental bonding during a consultation with Dr. Pham at his office in Plano, TX. Contact Dali Dental to schedule your appointment, and get a beautiful smile.

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How long does cosmetic bonding last?

Cosmetic bonding at Dali Dental typically lasts between 4 to 8 years, depending on the care and maintenance it receives. To maximize the lifespan of the bonding, it is important to follow good oral hygiene practices, avoid biting on hard foods and objects, and attend regular dental check-ups. The material used in the bonding process can gradually wear down and may need to be replaced or repaired to maintain aesthetic appeal and functionality.

Can I eat normally after getting cosmetic bonding?

Yes, you can eat normally after the cosmetic bonding material has been fully set, which usually takes about 24 hours. However, it is advisable to avoid particularly hard or chewy foods immediately following the procedure to prevent putting excessive pressure on the bonded teeth. Long-term, patients should be cautious about biting directly into very hard foods, such as ice or hard candies, to avoid damaging the bonding.

Is the cosmetic bonding procedure painful?

The cosmetic bonding procedure is generally painless. Most patients do not require anesthesia unless the bonding is being used to fill a decayed tooth. The process involves minimal preparation of the tooth, which means there is little to no discomfort. However, some sensitivity might be experienced immediately after the procedure as the bonding material sets.

Are there any risks associated with cosmetic bonding?

Cosmetic bonding is a low-risk procedure, especially when performed by experienced professionals at Dali Dental. The main risks involve the bonding material becoming detached or chipped if subjected to excessive force or poor maintenance. Additionally, the resin used can discolor over time, particularly if exposed to foods and drinks that stain teeth, such as coffee and red wine.

How do I know if I need repairs or replacement of my cosmetic bonding?

Regular check-ups at Dali Dental are essential to monitor the condition of your cosmetic bonding. Signs that you might need repairs or replacement include noticeable chips or cracks, discoloration that cannot be cleaned off, or the bonding feeling loose. If you notice any of these issues, scheduling an appointment for evaluation is recommended to address the problem promptly.

*Individual results are not guaranteed and may vary from person to person. Images may contain models.