Cosmetic Bonding in Kendall, FL.
Tired of hiding chipped or stained teeth? Choose Cosmetic Bonding by Dr. Andy Gaertner in Kendall, FL. Gain a radiant smile with this quick, painless procedure. Smile with newfound confidence!
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Reveal Your Best Smile with Bonding Benefits
Cosmetic bonding is more than just a quick fix; it’s a revolution in dental care, especially for those with sensitive teeth. This procedure restores and enhances your smile without removing any enamel. Whether it’s a cracked tooth or a persistent stain, our tooth-colored bonding resin offers immediate, transformative results.
Gentle on Sensitive Teeth
Unlike other procedures that require enamel removal, our bonding treatment is enamel-friendly. Ideal for those with sensitivities, even suitable for children and teens.
One treatment for multiple problems. Our bonding resin tackles dark stains, gaps, and even alters the shape and size of your teeth for a personalized smile.
No time to wait? No problem. Our quick hardening process ensures your teeth are fully restored in under an hour, making it the perfect choice for busy lives.
At Bliss Dental, we provide a dental sealing process to restore your broken tooth or create cosmetic changes that will improve the look of your grin. This cosmetic dentistry alternative is cost-effective, resilient, and long-lasting. It is also minimally invasive, making it a wonderful repair for children and grownups who don’t have time for supplementary treatments like dental overlays and caps. While people may not know so much about the process, dental bonding is a dependable cosmetic dentistry solution. If you want to learn more about restorative bonding, we encourage you to call our 33183 dental office at (305) 274-6500. Dr. Gaertner can meet with you, examine your teeth, and discuss how a bonding procedure can help improve your smile.
Cosmetic Dental Bonding: A Natural-Looking Solution
If you damage your tooth and are searching for a natural-looking restoration, consider restorative bonding. In this procedure, we apply a tooth-colored composite resin material to match your natural teeth and shape the resin until it matches your naturally occurring tooth. We then harden it in place with a special dental light, effectively bonding it to the tooth. At Bliss Dental, we will ensure that, regardless of the type of restoration you receive, your smile will look amazing.
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Your Dental Restoration Options
We can restore crooked teeth using dental veneers, dental crowns, or tooth bonding. A dental crown is the most long-lasting solution that also offers the greatest level of protection. A dental crown is a cap that surrounds the tooth. In this way, nothing can touch the tooth directly. While dental veneers are also durable restorations, they are thin shells that we bond to the tooth surface and are not as strong as dental crowns.
Regardless, both procedures are highly effective, natural-looking, and common. However, both procedures require us to remove a portion of the enamel before we can place the new part of the tooth. We remove the largest amount of enamel with a dental crown because a crown is a cap that surrounds the tooth, therefore, requiring more room. If the patient’s teeth are already sensitive, then this step in the process can be uncomfortable.
Why Choose Dr. Gaertner of Bliss Dental
- As the son of a dentist, Dr. Gaertner‘s passion for dentistry began at an early age. Following high school, Dr. Gaertner attended Nova Southeastern University in South Florida where he earned his Bachelor of Science in Biology, then graduated with his Doctorate of Dental Medicine (D.M.D.) degree. Dr. Gaertner has practiced dentistry in both the United States and his home country of Belgium and now calls the Miami area home.
- He practices a variety of dentistry, including cosmetic dentistry, smile makeovers, dental crowns, porcelain veneers, root canal treatments, and Invisalign. Dr. Gaertner has also integrated the use of dental lasers and Botox injections into his state-of-the-art dental and oral care practice.
- Bliss Dental is a full-service facility, offering top-notch compassionate care and providing services that range from routine dental care and endodontics to cosmetic and restorative dentistry services that enhance patients’ smiles.
Frequently Asked Questions About Restorative Bonding
Yes, it can. As cosmetic dentists, we can restore your child’s chipped tooth by applying a durable resin to their tooth and shaping it until it matches their natural one. Dr. Gaertner will use every tool available to match the shade of the resin with the child’s surrounding teeth, so it blends in as best as possible. Other people will most likely not notice a difference between the bonding material and the other teeth. The only thing to note is that if the child’s teeth are still growing, the child may need a revisit in the future.
Not at all. Bonding is a non-invasive procedure and one of the most comfortable restorations you can receive. In order to complete the restoration or to make cosmetic improvements, all we need to do is roughen the tooth slightly and apply a conditioning liquid. Next, we will apply the composite resin material that matches the shade of your teeth. We will shape the material to match the tooth size as well, before hardening it in place. Since your tooth structure remains intact, you will be comfortable during the procedure. In fact, most people do not need any anesthesia or pain medication for the bonding procedure.
Yes, it can. When you visit our Kendall dental office, we can close small gaps between your teeth using this simple procedure. The bonding procedure is an alternative to placing veneers or crowns or undergoing an orthodontic procedure. Since we can typically complete cosmetic bonding in one dental visit, it is the fastest way to complete this transformation.
Yes. Bonding is an excellent way to reshape your teeth. We can use it to lengthen your teeth or change their width. By doing so, your teeth can appear more uniform, and we can eliminate the inconsistencies between your teeth. It only takes 30 to 60 minutes per tooth, so reshaping is much easier and faster than people may believe.
Yes, if you have stains on your teeth, we can use bonding to cover them. We suggest trying Teeth Whitening Kendall procedure first since this can improve the appearance of your smile with relative ease. There are times, however, when a whitening procedure is not enough to remove some of the deep or more significant stains. This is where restorative bonding can be particularly useful. We can place the tooth-colored resin material on top of your stained tooth or teeth in order to improve their appearance. When you visit our Florida dental office, we can discuss your options with you and complete the procedure in as little as one visit.
Yes, since we apply bonding without removing the enamel on your teeth, the process is reversible. If you want to change course and restore your teeth or change their appearance with an alternative procedure in the future, you can. While most of our patients are satisfied with the appearance of their teeth after the bonding procedure, some use this as a temporary solution while considering more long-term improvements.
If budget is a concern, cosmetic bonding is an affordable and viable option. Since we place and harden bonding material in our office, there is no need for participation from the dental lab. This makes the process more cost-effective than getting dental veneers or crowns. If you are weighing your options between the three, let us know. We can give you a breakdown of what each procedure will cost. For more information, call 305-274-6500 and schedule a consultation.
A Restorative bonding procedure is durable, natural-looking, and effective. There is no set timeframe for how long the resin will last. It can last for several decades or several years. Taking care of your teeth will help to increase their longevity. Be sure to brush with a soft or electronic toothbrush, so you do not risk eroding your teeth and your restoration. You need to also avoid eating food that is too acidic, while also avoiding any activities that can break or chip your teeth. While bonding material is strong and durable, it is not as strong as a dental crown can be. If you are looking for a longer-lasting restoration, then you may want to consider that option as well.