How dental bonding can repair the smile and address a variety of dental concerns
- Posted on: Jan 30 2019
Cosmetic dentists have a variety of treatment options for patients to choose from when they want to enhance their smile. Dr. Lindsey F. Marshall of Ardmore, PA is no different! Patients in the community who visit her practice seeking cosmetic dental repairs may be advised on the benefits of using dental bonding, otherwise known as composite resin bonding.
What is dental bonding?
Dental bonding is a specialized material that is often used in dentistry to achieve a more attractive smile and to address issues such as broken, chipped, or gapped teeth. Dr. Lindsey F. Marshall finds that there are a number of ways in which this material can be used and advises patients to consider if whenever it is to their benefit. Composite resin bonding is a type of plastic material that is clay-like in nature. It can be applied to the teeth, shaped in place, hardened, and then filed and polished to look just like natural tooth enamel. This is a safe, effective, and aesthetic material used by dentists to achieve amazing results!
Who is a candidate for dental bonding?
Dental bonding can be used for almost any patient. Patients will have their smile evaluated by Dr. Lindsey F. Marshall to decide if it is the best solution for their needs. Alternatives such as porcelain veneers may be discussed if the dentist feels as though it would be beneficial. During the initial consultation appointment, our team will advise patients as to the treatments they qualify for and help them make an educated decision as to which to choose.
Is dental bonding affordable?
Absolutely! Our front office team also works with dental insurance companies to ensure patients get the best price and utilize their available benefits to reduce the cost of treatment. We also offer financing plans for more extensive treatment options.
Discuss your options for repair of the smile
Dr. Lindsey F. Marshall is a dedicated professional who is here to help patients in achieving the smile they’ve always wanted, and will talk to patients about the benefits of composite resin bonding for dental repair. Contact the office today at (610) 649-0696 and visit at Suburban Square, 32 Parking Plaza, Suite #602 in Ardmore, PA.
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