Dental bonding is a quick and cost-effective way to address a number of common cosmetic dental problems. At our Mason, Ohio cosmetic dentistry practice, Dr. Gary Hardin and Dr. Tara Hardin use dental bonding to address issues with teeth such as:
- Small gaps
- Uneven sizes
- Irregular shapes
- Chips and cracks
- Minor misalignment
If you live in or around Mason, Ohio and would like to learn what dental bonding can do for your smile, please call Hardin Advanced Dentistry at (513) 234-5531 today to schedule your initial consultation.
Tooth Colored Fillings
In addition to dental bonding, we offer tooth colored fillings as part of our metal-free dentistry practice. Tooth colored fillings, also known as white fillings, are bonded to the surface of your tooth, giving them a number of advantages over traditional metal fillings.
Metal fillings are packed into a tooth, which requires the removal of a significant amount of enamel around a cavity for their placement. This process can weaken a tooth already impacted by decay, and does nothing to prevent the filling from falling out. Because metal expands and contracts with heat fluctuations in your mouth, further structural damage or loose and missing fillings are simply par for the course.
By contrast, tooth colored fillings are bonded to your teeth and can be placed with minimal tooth preparation. What’s more, the composite resin used in white fillings is not impacted by temperature fluctuations and will remain in place, protecting both the underlying cavity and the integrity of your natural tooth for years to come.
Both dental bonding and tooth colored fillings are carefully matched to your smile’s attributes, helping ensure a smooth and flawless aesthetic. This will be discussed with you in more detail during your initial consultation.
To schedule your initial consultation with one of our Mason, Ohio cosmetic dentists, please contact Hardin Advanced Dentistry online or call (513) 234-5531 today. We are pleased to see patients throughout the Cincinnati and Dayton area, as well as visitors from Northern Kentucky and Southeast Indiana.