If you have a minor smile flaw that needs correction, consider dental bonding from Mundo Dentistry. Dental bonding is an excellent solution for conservatively repairing teeth that are chipped, slightly misaligned or discolored. It is a simple cosmetic dental procedure that can be completed in a single office visit. Bonding does not require alteration to your existing tooth structure. Therefore, it allows patients to take advantage of smile improvements using a comfortable, safe and highly affordable procedure. Dr. Kingsbury is a reputable cosmetic dentist who treats patients of all ages. We are proud to offer the latest techniques in modern dentistry so that patients achieve the beautiful results they desire, with the convenience they deserve.
Dr. Kingsbury is known for his talented artistry and proven skills using dental bonding. We perform cosmetic bonding using natural, tooth-colored composite resin. This “filling” bonds to the surface of a tooth that needs to be reshaped. Dr. Kingsbury is able to closely match the appearance of your natural teeth in color and form. After the dental bonding is applied and hardened under a curing light, your restoration will be sculpted and polished for an instant smile enhancement. After just one visit, you can walk away with a beautiful, more confident smile.
Dental bonding can last 3 to 7 years, and it is typically more resistant to stains. Touch-up teeth whitening may be necessary to keep your natural teeth the same hue as the bonded area. At Mundo Dentistry, we are happy to discuss how dental bonding works and if it can address your specific aesthetic concerns. Our practice is proud to offer a full menu of state-of-the-art dentistry in a place that feels like home.
Contact us today if you have questions or concerns about the appearance of your smile. Chances are, we can find a solution that respects your time and budget. Our dental practice in Fort Mill accepts insurance and we work hard to make dental care more affordable for patients who are uninsured. If you have teeth that are slightly gapped, discolored or chipped, ask us about cosmetic dental bonding.