- Chips or fractures
- Slightly crooked teeth
- Uneven teeth (too short)
- Dental bonding can be performed by the dentists at Benyammi Family Dental to resolve a variety of cosmetic dental issues. To perform a cosmetic bonding, the dentist applies a tooth-colored resin (composite) to the tooth or teeth in question. That resin is then hardened through the use of a special ultraviolet light. The material is then polished and shaped to ensure a natural look and feel.
- Cosmetic bonding can be a wise treatment choice in any of the following situations:
- Damage sustained from a cavity or tooth decay
- To alter the appearance of a tooth that is short, discolored, or misshapen
- To close an existing space or gap between teeth
- To repair a slight fracture in a tooth
- To replace older dental fillings that have started to fail
- To protect tooth roots, which have been exposed because of receding gums
- To repair minor tooth crookedness
- The most common causes of stained teeth include:
- Poor oral hygiene practices
- Drinking cola, coffee, and red wine
- Excessive fluoride
- Prescription medications
- Dark-colored foods
Benyammi family Dental offers Opalescence® tooth whitening products for on-the-go whitening, custom take-home whitening, and in-office treatments.
At-home tooth whitening involves custom-made dental trays you fill with gel. While you may see results after the first use, it may take several sessions to achieve full results.
In-office Zoom® whitening involves your dentist applying a hydrogen peroxide whitening gel to your teeth and using special lights to help break up stains and penetrate the deeper layers of your teeth. In-office teeth whitening takes about an hour and you’ll leave the practice with whiter teeth and the smile you’ve always dreamed of!
The dentist will remove any area of the tooth that has been damaged. The tooth is thoroughly rinsed clean.An adhesive agent is applied to the tooth and then dried.The composite material is bonded to the tooth and cured using a special ultraviolet light. The dentist will shape and polish the restoration to ensure a smooth, natural look and feel.
Installing a crown only takes one visit at our office. The dentist will first remove any area of the tooth that has been damaged or compromised by decay, after which we use our state-of-the-art CAD/CAM technology to fabricate your dental crown while you wait! The final restoration will be permanently bonded to your tooth, giving you a completely natural look.