The photograph shown
are actual cases of Dr. Zenaidy Castro. We use our own
"before and after" pictures to demonstrate the results of
ourservices. We do not suggest that identical (or equivalent)
results can be obtained for all patients as every patient is
different and such resultscannot be indicated, promised or guaranteed.
COSMETIC RESULTS MAY VARY FROM PATIENTS TO PATIENT
What is tooth bonding (dental
Generally speaking the term "tooth
bonding" refers to a range of dental procedures each of
which is similar in the sense that it employs the use of a
type of dental restorative dentists call "dental composite."
Tooth bonding offers several benefits for patients. It is
quick, affordable and great alternative to more extensive
cosmetic dentistry treatment with porcelain veneers,
bridges, and crowns. Additionally, the composite resin used
in a cosmetic bonding procedure is very flexible, expanding
and contracting with the natural tooth to prevent cracks and
tooth loss. Dental bonding is an excellent option for
individuals looking to repair imperfections in their smile.
For What Conditions Is Dental Bonding Considered?
Dental bonding is an option that can be
To repair decayed teeth (composite
resins are used to fill cavities)
To repair chipped or cracked teeth
To improve the appearance of
To close spaces between teeth
To make teeth look longer
To change the shape of teeth
As a cosmetic alternative to amalgam
To protect a portion of the tooth's
root that has been exposed when gums recede