Bonding in Oakley, CA


Are small cracks, chips, or gaps in teeth making you prone to dental decay, or do some teeth have discoloration spots? Tooth bonding can help spruce up your teeth appearance. Delta Family Dentistry reintroduces structure and balance within your smile cosmetic procedures. Our composite bonding offers a conservative treatment, giving you a financially smart way of increasing the longevity of your teeth.

Composite bonding is strong enough to give years of teeth function and durability. Dr. Ramona Yousefipour likes using resin-based bonding since it provides a great way to manage aesthetic and trauma concerns on teeth in children and adults.

What Dental Concerns Can Bonding Repair?

Our dentist in Oakley, CA, can use resin bonding to repair functional and health concerns on teeth, including:

  • Spaces between teeth
  • Tooth decay or cavities
  • Misshapen, discolored, chipped, worn, or broken teeth

As we age, our teeth structure gets weakened and makes our teeth vulnerable to chipping and damage. Eventually, the tooth enamel is reduced, leaving the teeth susceptible to cracking and breaking.

Composite bonding is completely wear-resistant and takes the texture of natural teeth. Resin bonding blends flawlessly with your smile while providing lasting protection against decay.

How Does Composite Bonding Work?

Composite bonding in Oakley, CA, uses high-density resin to match the teeth original shade perfectly. Cosmetic bonding requires the tooth being worked on be scratched to allow the resin material to adhere properly.

Our dentist near you applies the resin, which is molded and cured to harden. The dentist then fills the cracked, chipped, or broken areas. The custom color-matched composite resin almost resembles the natural tooth enamel.

While less expensive than veneers, dental bonding lasts roughly ten years, but veneers can go up to 20 years. Since resin material can stain over time due to exposure to smoking, tea, coffee, and other staining elements, it is paramount that you limit these substances.

Visit Delta Family Dentistry if you have tooth concerns that can be tackled with dental bonding. After evaluation, Dr. Ramona Yousefipour will determine whether or not tooth bonding near you is the appropriate treatment for you.

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