Dr. Meredith Levine uses composite resin bonding to help restore the shape, size, and look of a tooth that may have been damaged. This material is used in many areas of dentistry but can be the perfect solution for reshaping or repairing the smile.
What is cosmetic bonding?
Cosmetic bonding, which is sometimes just referred to as dental bonding, is a wonderful option for many of our patients who are insecure about imperfections of the teeth near the front of the smile. Whether they have chipped teeth, uneven teeth, or even gaps between the teeth, composite bonding can be an economic and natural-looking solution.
As with most cosmetic dental treatments, it is essential that patients take good care of their smiles to extend the longevity of their restorations. Dental bonding will wear and stain with time and will need to be replaced regularly. However, with proper attention, many patients will enjoy their bonding treatment for many years before needing further assistance.
How is cosmetic bonding used?
Dr. Meredith Levine uses cosmetic bonding to address some of the following concerns:
- Chipped teeth
- Teeth with cavities
- Spaces and gaps between teeth
- Short or unusually shaped teeth
- Exposed roots caused by receding gums.
- Significantly or permanently discolored teeth
How long does it take to obtain cosmetic bonding service?
Fortunately, the preparation, placement, and completion of dental bonding is done in a single appointment, allowing patients to enjoy the benefits of this affordable treatment quickly and easily with a short period of time in the dentist’s chair.
Regain confidence in your smile yet again with cosmetic procedures such as dental bonding.
Dr. Meredith Levine and her staff are committed to offering dental bonding as one of many aesthetic treatment options used in her practice to improve patient smiles. If you are considering this or any other procedures to enhance the look of your teeth and gums, we welcome you to book time to speak with us about your needs. Dr. Meredith Levine’s practice is conveniently located in Century City, CA at 2080 Century Park East, Suite #1516 and accepts new and established patients and families who call for a visit at (424) 358-3811.