Sometimes, trouble with your smile can point to shortcomings in your oral hygiene routine. Others will have naturally occurring issues with teeth that are misshapen, the wrong size, or not in proper alignment. While these issues affect many, they are not the only reasons why people experience doubts about the way they look. In some cases, trouble can be traced back to something more recent—an injury that chips, cracks, or otherwise harms your enamel. If you experience this kind of problem, know that our Mansfield, TX dental practice is prepared to help. With tooth bonding treatment as an option for care, we can actually see to it that your smile is restored while minimizing the overall changes that affect your enamel, and we can produce lasting benefits from a procedure without placing a permanent restoration.

Can Cosmetic Work Really Help You Take On Dental Damage?

While there are times when more advanced treatments have to be recommended, many people who suffer dental injuries can be good candidates for dental bonding work. What this means is that we can proceed with a treatment option that minimizes changes to your tooth structure, as well as one that can offer results without the need for permanent restorations. As a result, you can stop worrying about the effect of a dental injury on your appearance while also finding that your care is surprisingly comfortable.

Scheduling Care To Treat A Problem With A Chipped, Cracked, Or Discolored Tooth

Physical injuries can stand out and hurt the overall quality of your smile. Fortunately, dental bonding treatment can resolve your problem in as little as one visit. The procedure that you undergo will rely on a composite resin material that is applied directly to your enamel; after that application occurs, the material will harden and “bond” to the structure to offer long-term support. Once this procedure has concluded, you can show off a smile that is once again free from problems with enamel in poor shape!

Options For Treatment When An Injury Requires More Than A Bonding Procedure

It is important that you undergo a careful review before moving forward with any procedure. By providing an evaluation, we can see if your tooth’s health has been affected by your injury in a way that requires more involved care. Protection with a dental crown may be necessary in order to respond to damage that threatens the overall health of your tooth or interferes with your bite function.

Talk To Your Mansfield, TX Dentist About Tooth Bonding Treatment!

Through tooth bonding treatment, our practice can take on a problem with your smile that has made you self-conscious. If you would like to learn more about how we can help you, reach out to Mansfield Dental Associates in Mansfield, TX today at 817-473-6227!