My teeth are chipped, what are my treatment options?

Clearwater cosmetic dentist Dr. Natasha Radosavljevic offers a wide range of solutions to address damaged teeth. With skill and an artful eye, Dr. Rados takes her time to craft a durable, natural-looking smile. If you are dealing with cracked, chipped, or fractured teeth, dental bonding may be the right solution for your dentistry needs. If you want to determine if dental bonding is the right solution for you, contact Dr. Rados in Clearwater, FL. Dr. Rados will work with you to find the right solution for your smile.

What is dental bonding?

Dental bonding is a commonly perform cosmetic treatment used to address a wide range of dental problems. Dental bonding requires minimal prep and can usually be completed in one visit to our Clearwater, FL dental office.

What dental problems can dental bonding correct?

Dental bonding can be used to address minor cosmetic dental concerns such as:

  • gapped teeth
  • chipped or cracked teeth
  • change the shape of teeth
  • lengthen teeth
  • repair decayed teeth
  • improve the appearance of discolored teeth

What happens during the dental bonding procedure?

During your visit, Dr. Rados will perform a comprehensive exam to check for any signs of dysfunction in the smile. She will address any concerning findings and determine which treatment is right for you. If dental bonding is the right treatment for you, Dr. Rados will begin by applying a biocompatible, tooth-colored composite material to the affected tooth. Once the biocompatible, tooth-colored composite material is applied to the tooth, Dr. Rados will carefully mold and shape the resin into the desired shape. The resin will be hardened into place using a special curing light. Once the resin is cured, Dr. Rados will make any final adjustments. Patients will have a natural looking, long-lasting solution to their dental issues.

How do I schedule an appointment

To schedule an appointment, patients can contact our Clearwater, Fl dentist office or schedule an appointment online.

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