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Dental Bonding in Twin Falls, ID

Transform Your Smile Today

Cracked, stained, or flawed teeth can make smiling with confidence difficult. Fortunately, at Summit Dental Care we’re proud to offer dental bonding as an affordable treatment option for a variety of cosmetic issues. The application process is non-invasive, meaning you can reap the benefits of an enhanced smile without anesthesia or its aftereffects. 

If you’re interested in learning how to achieve your dream smile in one easy appointment, explore our guide below for more information.

What is Dental Bonding?

Dental bonding is a popular cosmetic dentistry treatment option that uses a special tooth-colored resin to restore or alter an existing smile. Dr. Barfuss is professionally trained to utilize dental bonding in a variety of ways. The bonding material is malleable and the doctor will shape and smooth the resin to ensure that no matter what the issue is, the resin will fit comfortably in your mouth. The material is colored to perfectly match your surrounding teeth, ensuring it blends in seamlessly with your smile.

 Dental bonding may be the right option for you if your smile suffers from any of the following cosmetic issues:

  • Crooked, misshapen teeth
  • Stained, discolored teeth
  • Chipped, cracked teeth
  • Decayed Teeth
  • Awkwardly spaced teeth

Benefits of Dental Bonding

Dental bonding is a popular cosmetic dentistry treatment amongst dentists and patients alike because of the unique benefits it offers, including:

  • Speed– The procedure can often be completed in one simple, quick appointment.
  • Durability– The bonding resin is tough and can last up to ten years with excellent care.
  • Affordability– Dental bonding is one of the most cost-effective cosmetic procedures. 
  • Non-Invasive– The treatment is non-surgical, so it rarely requires anesthesia, resulting in a painless experience.
  • Versatility– The dental resin can be used to treat a variety of cosmetic issues.

The Bonding Process

Under the care of an expert dentist like Dr. Barfuss, the entire bonding procedure typically takes only 30 to 60 minutes per tooth., Because the procedure is painless and non-invasive, you won’t require an anesthetic unless you experience heightened sensitivity. 

First, the teeth are cleaned to ensure the resin will bond securely. Then, we’ll dry the tooth and lightly shave a portion of the enamel in order to apply the composite resin. Once the bonding material sets, our team will shape it to suit your unique smile.

Finally, we’ll use a special ultraviolet light to cure the material. We’ll provide additional polishing to ensure the resin matches the color and fit of your teeth perfectly. Once you and the doctor are satisfied, you’ll be free to leave the office with your stunning new smile!

Enhance Your Smile In One Easy Appointment

Dental bonding is an incredibly popular cosmetic dentistry procedure for fixing all kinds of cosmetic flaws in a patient’s smile. If you want to smile boldly and confidently, call our Twin Falls, ID office today at (208) 733-9999 or contact us online to schedule an appointment. A dedicated team member will be able to answer any questions you might have and help you get started on your journey to a beautiful smile.

Frequently Asked Questions

How much does dental bonding cost?
Can dental bonding resin stain?
Is dental bonding painful?
How much does dental bonding cost?

A great benefit of dental bonding is that it is one of the most affordable cosmetic treatments available. The average cost ranges between $300 and $600 per tooth.

Can dental bonding resin stain?

Like your natural teeth, the composite resin used for dental bonding can stain. Unfortunately, once the material stains it cannot be whitened like your tooth’s enamel. To change the color of your resin, you would need to have your bonding reapplied.

Is dental bonding painful?

A wonderful advantage of dental bonding is that the procedure is non-invasive and virtually painless. You’ll require no anesthesia except in very rare cases of heightened sensitivity. If you experience severe dental anxiety or nervousness, talk with Dr. Barfuss before the procedure about sedation dentistry options to help make your experience smooth and comfortable.

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