Bonding And Contouring: Answers To Your Questions
There’s nothing like trying to make sense of dental bonding and contouring to really get your mind going. While it can seem confusing at the beginning, you’ll quickly discover that once you become more familiar with these cosmetic treatments, understanding their similarities and differences will become simple. Not sure what you need but you are certain you need something to make your smile look better? Our Q&A session will get you started (and coming in for a consultation will help you achieve your goals).
Questions and Answers
Question: Is it possible that I could choose either dental bonding or contouring for the same issue?
Answer: Generally speaking, one will provide you with better results than another. While you might be able to address a small chip with either bonding or contouring, for instance, there are multiple details to consider. We can help you figure out which solution is best.
Question: Is it usually challenging to determine which is better for a particular concern?
Answer: No! In most cases, it’s pretty cut and dry. This is because dental bonding is a cosmetic treatment that will allow you to fix problems with the addition of composite material, so you’ll need it when you need more tissue. Contouring takes tissue away, so you’ll require it when you have too much tissue or need something smoothed down.
Question: Is it possible to need both at the same time to make my smile look the way that I want?
Answer: Of course! Patients often worry that they cannot use both dental bonding and contouring but this is absolutely an option. Need to cover a blemish with bonding and shorten a long tooth with contouring? Done!
Fix Your Smile Issues With Bonding And Contouring
If you want to improve little issues but you don’t know whether you need dental bonding, contouring, both, or something else, simply give us a call to schedule a consultation. Call our Cleveland Family Dentistry office in Cleveland, TX, today at (281) 592-1234. We proudly serve patients and their families from Cleveland, Kingwood, New Caney, Conroe, Livingston, Huffman, and all surrounding communities.