Bonding Meant for You and Your Smile

Finding a dentist you can trust to take care of your teeth can prove to be rather difficult, especially when you want to make sure the procedure is correctly done. Our Littleton dentist at Burdick Dentistry is a highly trained professional who is always interested in delivering the best restorative dental care to his patients. Bonding is one of the procedures we offer to many of our patients who seek to improve the aesthetics of their smile and problems with their teeth.

The Basics of Bonding

Bonding is made out of either a plastic or resin material that comes in many shades to match your teeth. Generally, composite bonding is used to do the following:

  • Restore decayed teeth, also known as a filling.
  • Close minor gaps or spaces between teeth.
  • Improve discoloration on the surface of a tooth.
  • Correct crooked, chipped or cracked teeth.

Because the composite material comes in many shades, bonding is very often used to improve the appearance of your teeth and enhance your smile!

Bonding Procedure

Our bonding procedure typically takes an hour or two and generally, composite bonds can last for many years when properly cared for. When you come to Burdick Dentistry for a composite bonding procedure, you can expect the following in your treatment:

  • Very little, if any, of the tooth structure is removed.
  • Composite material is bonded to an existing tooth.
  • The shade of the composite material matches your natural teeth.

Bonding is perfect aesthetic solution for those who have minor spaces between teeth, or for those who have any crooked, chipped, cracked, or discolored teeth!

Schedule an Appointment to See our Littleton Dentist

Contact Burdick Dentistry today to make an appointment to visit our dental specialist Dr. Burdick to restore your smile! Located in Littleton, CO, our dental office offers its services to surrounding communities, including Highlands Ranch, CO. Call us today at 303-794-4424 to learn more about our wonderful restorative dental office and procedures!