Composite Veneers and cosmetic tooth bonding in Tucson
Transform your smile in a single visit!
What is tooth bonding and how is it used to transform smiles
Dental bonding can add length and improve the way your teeth look very similar to how porcelain veneers are used? Dental bonding can be used to improve the appearance of:
If you’re interested in trying dental bonding, schedule your consultation at Skyline Dental today!
Why Skyline Dental?
Do you wish there was something you could do to improve your smile?
Dental bonding treatments may be the perfect solution for you. Bonding is a high-tech and minimally invasive option for fixing small issues with your smile.
Your Tucson tooth bonding dentist is committed to giving you a healthy and happy smile so you can live your best life.
This is everything dental care should be.
How it works: Bonding at Skyline Dental
Schedule an exam
Speak with a dentist about your goals
Create a plan and start your smile journey
PATIENT STORIES: Jordan
“They gave me bonding work and give me veneers that made my teeth look normal and natural. I have so much more confidence in my smile and my appearance.”
Frequently Asked Questions
How are composite resin veneers different from porcelain veneers?
The main difference is in the material used for the final result. Porcelain veneers are stronger and less likely to discolor or wear, making porcelain the superior material in most cases. However, composite veneers are more affordable, can be completed in a single visit, and can last for many years. For these reasons, composite is a great option for teens and young adults. They can help you afford the smile you want today and serve as a stepping stone to longer-lasting porcelain veneers in the future.
Are Bioclear veneers the same as composite veneers?
Yes. Dental bonding, cosmetic bonding, composite veneers, resin veneers, and bioclear veneers are all synonyms for the same dental procedure.
How long does cosmetic bonding last?
With proper care, including at-home brushing and regular dental exams, you can expect your bonding treatments to last 5-10 years and sometimes longer before needing a touch-up polish or repair.
How much do composite veneers cost?
The financial investment required with dental bonding treatments varies depending on the number of teeth and how much material is needed to get the desired outcome. As a rule of thumb, the cost per tooth is between $400-$800.
Are composite veneers better than porcelain veneers?
At Skyline Dental, we don’t like to think of one treatment as “better’ than another. Instead, we’ll recommend the treatment that is best for you. For minor touch-ups and repairs, the use of composite over porcelain can be a less invasive and faster/easier procedure.
Click to learn about porcelain veneers.
Should my teeth be whitened before cosmetic tooth bonding?
Yes, tooth whitening is typically done before bonding if you are unhappy with the color of your teeth and want to brighten them. You should always whiten first because the composite material is selected to match and blend with your existing tooth color.