Eliminate gaps with dental bonding
Do you have gaps between teeth that detract from your smile?
With dental bonding, a cosmetic dentist can fill those gaps and make your smile look better than new. Dental bonding is also excellent for replacing old fillings, covering grooves and even reducing sensitivity at the gum line due to recession.
Dental bonding can be used to close up unsightly gaps between teeth.
Cosmetic dental bonding can also be used to repair broken teeth.
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What exactly is dental bonding?
Dental Bonding is tooth-colored plastic that the dentist applies to replace worn areas of your teeth and to build up areas where there should be tooth material.
A new beautiful smile created with Dr. Marsh’s highly-skilled bonding technique.
Our lastest patient loves her new, beautiful smile.
A little bonding makes a big smile. An easy fix with a little bonding on the bottom front teeth.
Watch a clip about using gum touring and bonding to close spaces between teeth.
Dr. Marsh discusses the advances in cosmetic dentistry with WKYC’s Joe Cronauer and how today’s dental bonding can produce a beautiful, natural result. They can be seen every Sunday morning at 8:25am or so during the “Today Show!”
Watch a quick clip of Dr. Marsh on WKYC’s Golden Opportunities as he explains dental bonding and how it can improve your smile:
Carefully matching your tooth color is a real art, and you want to make sure your dentist is skilled at doing so. With a good bonding job, nobody should be able to see any difference between your natural teeth and repaired areas.
Also, the bonding material must be painstakingly shaped to achieve the proper appearance (and contact surfaces). Proper shaping is an art. This is another important ability to look for in a dentist.
Contact Cleveland cosmetic dentist Steven P. Marsh, D.D.S. to arrange a consultation about cosmetic dental bonding.
Dr. Marsh serves patients in the Cleveland, Ohio metropolitan area for all cosmetic dental procedures, including dental bonding, porcelain veneers, teeth whitening, dental implants, ceramic fillings, crowns & bridges, and extreme dental makeovers.