Cosmetic Dental Bonding – Royal Palm Beach, FL

Small Changes Can Make a Big Difference

Woman with a beautiful smile

If you have a chip or crack on your visible teeth, you’re probably well aware of the fact that a tiny imperfection can completely change the way your smile looks to others. Thankfully, Dr. Civetti and the team here at Pearl Palm Beach Dental can use cosmetic dental bonding to patch up these problems quickly and easily.

If you’re near Royal Palm Beach, give us a call today and we’ll show you how small changes can make a big difference.

Why Choose Pearl Palm Beach Dental for Cosmetic Dental Bonding? 

  • Advanced Dental Imaging Technology for Accurate Results
  • Dedicated Dental Team Attentive to Our Patients’ Needs
  • In-House Wellness Plan to Make Follow-up Care More Affordable

What Is Cosmetic Dental Bonding?

Light being shined on a tooth

Cosmetic dental bonding involves using a composite resin to correct imperfections on the teeth. This putty-like substance can be layered onto the teeth, then hardened with a specialized light in order to patch up chips, cracks, or discoloration.

The composite resin can be color-matched to the rest of your teeth. This means that it can blend in perfectly with your smile, making aesthetic flaws on your teeth vanish completely.

Who Is a Good Candidate for Cosmetic Dental Bonding?

Tooth with a chip in it

The integrity of cosmetic dental bonding is heavily dependent on the strength of the underlying tooth. If your tooth has decayed substantially, or if the damage is too severe for the composite resin to attach successfully, cosmetic dental bonding may not work very well for you.

For that reason, cosmetic dental bonding is best suited to addressing small imperfections. We’ll be able to tell you more conclusively whether cosmetic dental bonding could work for you when we meet you in person.

The Benefits of Cosmetic Dental Bonding

Closeup of someone with a nice smile

Cosmetic dental bonding is simple, but it’s also stunningly versatile, capable of dealing with a wide range of issues. Moreover, it can be completed startlingly fast—quick fixes are usually done in just one or two appointments, and the results last for several years if cared for well.

The process is painless, and aftercare is a breeze. With all these things going for it, there’s very little standing in the way of you repairing little bits of damage on your teeth.