Dental Bonding Specialist
One of the fastest and most conservative options for cosmetic restoration is dental bonding. It is designed to correct esthetic flaws and minor damage, restoring the appearance of your smile. The procedure is completed in a single visit, and it usually requires no tooth alteration.
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Dental Bonding Q&A
What is bonding?
Bonding is a great option for erasing spots, chips, and stains. In some cases, it can also close wide gaps, repair decay, and alter the shape of the tooth. Dr. Michael Delmont uses a quality resin material, which is colored to match your tooth precisely. He will remove any decay, clean the tooth, and use an etching gel to roughen the surface slightly. The resin is applied directly to your tooth and cured (hardened) with a special light. When the procedure is complete, your tooth will look whole, healthy, and beautiful. No one would guess that you had dental work done!
Is it right for you?
Bonding resin, like other dental materials, is stronger, more durable, and more beautiful than ever. However, it does not match porcelain in appearance or longevity. Porcelain has a glassy translucency and moderate opulence that mimics tooth enamel. It is also stain resistant and extremely hard; resin is more susceptible to damage or stains. If the area to be treated is large, you may wish to consider a porcelain veneer for long lasting results and improved strength. For small blemishes, bonding is usually a great solution.
Bonding also has a number of advantages over veneers; the best option is not the same for everyone. Time is a valuable commodity, and many people choose bonding because it can be completed in a single visit. This is especially important if you want a perfect smile in time for a special event. Another great benefit to bonding is the minimal preparation needed. Veneers are conservative, but bonding is even more so. Anesthesia is rarely needed.
Dr. Delmont will clearly explain all of your options, including the advantages and disadvantages of each, because an informed decision is a wise decision. If you are looking for top quality dentistry, delivered with integrity and compassion, call Delmont Dentistry at (310) 652-7742 and schedule an appointment today.
Major Insurance Providers Accepted
We understand how confusing dental insurance policies can be. Our financial coordinator will be happy to assist you in determining what you qualify for,and how much your insurance company will pay. We work with most PPO insurance policies to get your mouth as healthy as possible.
We believe that cost shouldn't prevent you from having the stunning smile you deserve. We strive to price our services fairly, and always deliver maximum value for your money. We also offer a number of flexible financing options, including CareCredit. Please feel free to contact our office with any questions you may have.
Words From Our Patients
After my appointments, I always receive a care call from the Doctor, making sure everything is in order and that I am feeling OK. If you want a trustworthy, friendly, and caring practice, Dr. Delmont is the Dentist for you!
I receive compliments on my smile every day. The staff at Dr. Delmont is extremely friendly and actually say 'hello' when I walk in the door. The office is clean, fun, and I always feel comfortable when I am in the chair.
I have been a patient of Dr. Delmont for almost 20 years. I can always count on his great attention to detail and demand for perfection. This quality keeps me returning to Dr. Delmont's practice simply because I know he will ensure that I am completely satisfied with the results, time and time again.