Cosmetic Dental Bonding in New Jersey
- Are You a Candidate for Cosmetic Bonding?
- What Are the Benefits of Cosmetic Bonding?
- How Is Cosmetic Bonding Performed?
- How Much Does Cosmetic Bonding Cost?
- Is Cosmetic Bonding Covered by Insurance?
- Why Choose Dr. Champagne for Cosmetic Bonding?
A leading New Jersey general and cosmetic dentist, Dr. Richard Champagne and his team of dentists at Champagne Smiles have extensive experience with cosmetic bonding, a dental procedure that can address a wide range of dental concerns.
Many patients meet with Champagne Smiles dentists for cosmetic bonding to correct gaps, chips, discoloration and minor tooth fractures. The dentists at Champagne Smiles offer cosmetic bonding with Renamel by Cosmodent, one of the best dental materials available.
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Are You a Candidate for Cosmetic Bonding?
Candidates for cosmetic bonding include individuals with minor cosmetic concerns that don’t compromise the structure of the tooth — for example, small chips, cracks or fractures, discoloration and small gaps between the teeth.
New Jersey cosmetic bonding patients are first evaluated by Champagne Smile dentists during an initial consultation. The dentists meet with patients to discuss the procedure in detail and determine whether they are good candidates for the procedure. Patients typically rely on cosmetic bonding as a quick, convenient, affordable approach to superficial dental imperfections.
What Are the Benefits of Cosmetic Bonding?
Cosmetic bonding is usually performed in a single visit, giving patients instant results within one procedure. It is a relatively painless procedure. The Champagne Smile dentists use Cosmodent’s Renamel microfill, an award-winning dental material that matches the natural shade and structure of teeth. It is exceedingly durable and resistant to everyday wear and tear.
How Is Cosmetic Bonding Performed?
The dentists begin the procedure by gently applying bonding primer and resin. The bonding material is then carefully applied and sculpted to help patients achieve stunning results. Once the material is shaped to the desired look, a high-intensity curing light is administered to harden the material.
The process may be repeated multiple times until the final shape is achieved. After the final shape is reached, the dentists apply a finish over the composite to prevent damage and tooth sensitivity.
How Much Does Cosmetic Bonding Cost?
The cost of cosmetic bonding depends on a few factors, such as how many teeth need to be bonded. For more information about cosmetic bonding cost, please contact Champagne Smiles.
Is Cosmetic Bonding Covered by Insurance?
Since cosmetic bonding is considered an elective procedure (in most cases), it is typically not covered by most dental insurance plans. Champagne Smiles offers several dental financing plans and can provide more details about those plans upon request.
Why Choose Dr. Champagne for Cosmetic Bonding?
Dr. Champagne can rejuvenate your smile in a single visit with cosmetic bonding. He and his dedicated NJ cosmetic bonding team use only the finest materials available, giving patients unsurpassed, natural-looking results that they cannot help but smile about.
Also, although cosmetic bonding is a virtually pain-free procedure, Champagne Smiles dentists offer sedation dentistry for patients who would feel more comfortable during dental treatment with a light sedative. Patients can receive nitrous oxide, nitrous oxide with Valium, oral conscious sedation or intravenous sedation, depending on their level of anxiety.
Learn More about Cosmetic Bonding
To learn more about how cosmetic bonding can correct minor dental flaws in the teeth, please call Champagne Smiles at 732-972-0918 or email us to schedule a consultation.