Improve Your Smile!
Our dentist, Dr. Kathy Daroee, and the team at Kathy Cosmetic Dentistry adheres to a philosophy of Minimally Invasive Aesthetic Dentistry. Not every tooth with a problem needs to be extracted or requires extensive drilling or dental work. In fact, your smile can sometimes benefit from a minimum amount of cosmetic treatment. Such is the case with dental bonding.
Dental bonding is a simple and inexpensive way to correct minor cosmetic problems with your smile. Those problems may include teeth that are improperly sized, shaped or spaced. Dental bonding can be used to cover chips or cracks, or even improve the color of one or more of your teeth. The process takes only one visit to our office and there is usually little if any preparation of the tooth required. Dr. Daroee will mix a composite putty that has been shaded to blend in with your tooth or to enhance its appearance. The resin is molded around your tooth and when it has been hardened, Dr. Daroee will trim and polish it to create your new smile.
If you have questions or would like to schedule an appointment for dental bonding in Woodland Hills, California, we invite you to call 818-347-1550 and speak with a member of our team.
Dental Bonding FAQ
What is dental bonding?
Dental bonding is a simple cosmetic treatment designed to improve your smile. It is typically recommended to:
- Close gaps and spaces between teeth
- Improve misshapen teeth
- Lighten stained and discolored teeth
- Restore cracked and chipped teeth
How long does dental bonding take?
Dental bonding can typically be completed in just one appointment. Our dentist will help you select composite resin in the appropriate shade of white and then apply the resin to the teeth, where it will be shaped and sculpted to fit your teeth and improve the appearance of your smile.
Why should I choose dental bonding?
Dental bonding is an effective, quick and inexpensive way to improve your smile. It is also one of the most conservative cosmetic treatments available, requiring little or no tooth preparation and preserving your natural tooth structure to promote better long-term oral health.