Composite Dental Fillings Colorado Springs CO
Today, dentists have various ways to help patients with common dental concerns. There is no “one size fits all” solution for every dental issue, which is why flexibility is key. Dr. Mark H. Wright and his team in Colorado Springs, Colorado, are excited to offer restorations that can be used to address areas of decay or broken teeth, including composite dental bonding.
What is composite dental bonding?
Composite dental bonding is a special resin material used to repair or restore teeth within the smile. While it is more commonly known as a material that can be used for decayed teeth, filing dental cavities, it can also be used in restoring broken teeth. This material is tooth-colored and, when placed, filed down, and polished looks just like natural tooth enamel. With this in mind, it provides a discreet repair that will last many years.
Why choose tooth-colored fillings?
There are several reasons why patients might consider composite dental bonding for their smile. This restoration:
- Blends in with natural tooth enamel in color and appearance
- Can quickly address chipped or cracked teeth in one appointment
- It lasts many years with proper care, though staining may require replacement
- It is versatile and can be used in many different ways throughout the smile
- It offers a more affordable alternative to porcelain veneers, which are often used in smile enhancement
Find out if composite dental fillings are right for you
Composite resin bonding can be used in many different situations. By working with a dedicated dentist with experience in providing fillings and bonding repairs, you can rest easy knowing you are in good hands. Dr. Mark H. Wright and his team consult with patients to determine their needs and provide the best possible service at an affordable price. If you reside in the area of Colorado Springs, CO, and want to speak to our team about the solutions available to you for enhancing your smile, we encourage you to call at (719) 624-4122. Appointments can be made by phone for new and established patients of our practice, and patients can visit us at 930 N. Cedar Street.