Aurora Gap Closures and Tooth Bonding
Our team specializes in gap bonding and gap closures in Aurora to close those annoying and embarrassing spaces in the mouth. We commonly use bonding methods to repair tooth gaps, but take each patient’s case on an individual level deciding which procedures are best for YOU!
Repair Gap Problems
Dental Veneers, Crowning, and Orthodontics can also be used to repair gaps in your mouth. Remember each gap case is different and can be caused by a variety of factors. Dr. Yazdani and his team of professionals can recommend the proper treatment plan for you.
Eliminate Gap with Bonding
Bonding is simply the process of adding material to the tooth to reshape it. The composite material selected will be conditioned to the tooth forming a bond hence the name “bonding.” It can be applied whether the patient is looking to repair only a single tooth or to several teeth to eliminate gaps. It is extremely easy and does not require more than one visit to the office!
Benefits of Bonding Teeth
- Repair misshapen teeth
- Tooth whitening
- Fix chips and cracks
- Act as a preventive to further damage
- Strengthen and protect roots
- Fill spaces throughout the mouth
The process begins with a consultation with our team where we select a shade of bond that will best copy the current shade of your tooth. A liquid is then applied to the tooth where the bond is being performed to ensure that the bonding material will react to its fullest potential.
The dentist will then apply the bonding material to the desired area. Once applied, the tooth will be shaped to the desired form that was discussed before the procedure. Once the bond dries we will make the final touches to the tooth by polishing it and finishing preparing you for your new smile.
We want you to feel confident in your new smile after going through Gap Closures in Aurora. If you want to learn more about this procedure or other treatment options, please don’t hesitate to contact us. The friendly staff at Yazdani Dental will be happy to answer any of your questions.