Chips, cracks, and other minor cosmetic imperfections can make you feel self-conscious about the appearance of your smile.
Art Carpenter, DDS, offers dental bonding as a simple and affordable way to conceal flaws in just one visit.
Why should you consider dental bonding at our practice in Kenilworth, IL?
Address a Range of Cosmetic Concerns with Quick and Easy Dental Bonding
Boost ConfidenceDental bonding can make a significant difference in your day-to-day life. After correcting dental imperfections, you'll no longer feel insecure about meeting new people or smiling. Our office in Kenilworth, IL, is proud to offer bonding to the Evanston, Glenview, and Winnetka communities.
ReversibleDental bonding is performed by gently etching the surface of the tooth to apply a composite resin material. Since there is little to no tooth alteration, it is reversible.
QuickOur team can perform the entire bonding treatment in a single visit. In many cases, patients spend less than an hour in our Kenilworth, IL, office, and they walk out with noticeable results.
Painless & Low RiskOne of the most straightforward procedures in dentistry to perform, bonding is an excellent option for patients who may be nervous or anxious about dental appointments. The procedure is painless, low risk, and requires little time in the dental chair.
Do you feel embarrassed about your teeth to the point where you avoid smiling?
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If you’re looking for the top dentist in Kenilworth, Evanston, Glenview, or Winnetka, IL, Dr. Art Carpenter is ready to see you. Our homey, boutique-style office provides an inviting, comforting environment for our patients.
Our dentist provides ethical treatment options for our patients based on their individual wants and needs. Additionally, we’re proud to utilize the latest technology in dentistry. To book your appointment, contact us online or call:
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Dental Bonding Is a Popular Dental Procedure
If you cover your mouth when speaking and feel self-conscious about smiling in public, it is time to see a dentist and make a change. Whether your goals are cosmetic or functional, bonding can solve a variety of dental issues.
Dental bonding uses tooth-colored resin to cover visible concerns in your teeth and enhance your appearance. The putty-like composite resin is molded and shaped to your tooth for a hard finish that matches the appearance of natural enamel. Though simple, this dental procedure can dramatically improve the aesthetics of your smile as well as your self-confidence.
What Can Bonding Address?
Chipped TeethDental bonding fills and smooths chips, blending to your existing tooth enamel for a natural look and fit.
Discolored TeethBonding transforms stubborn teeth that don’t respond to standard whitening procedures, leaving you with a radiant smile.
Size AdjustmentOur dentist can apply the resin to enlarge or elongate a tooth to match the surrounding teeth and enhance alignment.
Teeth GapsIf you have gaps between your teeth, Dr. Carpenter can use composite resin to discreetly fill the spaces.
Receding GumsIn the early stages of gum recession, dental bonding can help protect exposed roots and reduce tooth sensitivity.
Take a Look at How Bonding Works
Dental Bonding Before & After
Choosing the Right Dental Treatment
Our dentist in Kenilworth, IL, will first perform an initial exam to ensure your teeth are healthy and ready for cosmetic dentistry. If you are suffering from gum disease or decay, you will need to undergo periodontal care and restorative treatments at our office before qualifying for dental bonding. For more serious chips and cracks that are beyond the scope of bonding, Dr. Carpenter may recommend veneers or dental crowns to help hide imperfections.
What to Expect During Treatment
Dental bonding is a simple and affordable way to conceal flaws in just one office visit.
Comparing Dental Bonding and Veneers
Dental bonding is more affordable than veneers and other forms of dentistry, making it a popular choice among patients not wanting to break the bank. While a fraction of the price, the treatment can correct many of the same problems as porcelain veneers.
Have an event coming up and want to look your best? Dental bonding is completed in just one visit with immediate results. Veneers and other dental restorations on the other hand are produced in a lab which can take a few weeks to complete.
Unlike veneers, dental bonding does not require the removal of tooth enamel. Once a patient gets veneers, they cannot go back to their natural teeth. The bonded material is simply applied to the surface of the enamel and can be reversed if desired.
How Much Does Dental Bonding Cost?
Dental bonding is a popular option among our Kenilworth, IL, patients due to its low price and effective results. Bonding typically costs between $100 to $400 per tooth, depending on your individual needs and customized aspects of treatment. While this is generally affordable for most patients' budgets, we do accept CareCredit® financing to help make the cost more manageable. CareCredit offers little-to-no-interest financing plans that allow patients who qualify to pay in monthly installments.
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Do you have more than one tooth problem you wish to correct? Bonding can effectively improve minor flaws, but a single treatment might not be enough to achieve your cosmetic goals. If you are looking for more comprehensive enhancement, you may be a great candidate for a smile makeover.
What Is a Smile Makeover?
Get Started on Your Dream Smile!
Patients in the greater Kenilworth, Glenview, and Winnetka, areas all come to Dr. Carpenter when they are ready to enhance their teeth. Why? Dr. Carpenter has a reputation for producing stunning cosmetic results at a fair and affordable price. Furthermore, patients feel comfortable at our practice and are treated with kindness and respect throughout their treatments.
If you're not sure what kind of treatment you need, we will be happy to meet with you to discuss your options and help you determine the best way to reach your goals. Get started today by filling out our contact form or calling:
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Maintaining Your Smile
Dental bonding can last as long as 10 years before needing to be touched up or replaced and other treatments will require upkeep so they last as long as possible. To maximize the benefits of treatment, it’s essential to practice good oral health and stay on top of your annual dental visits. Please be mindful of certain foods or habits that could potentially damage your teeth as well as the bonded material. We recommend our Kenilworth, IL, patients avoid:
- Eating hard food such as nuts, candy, or popcorn.
- Foods and drinks such as wine and coffee that may cause tooth staining. Composite resin isn’t immune from discoloration.
- Opening packages with their teeth.
- Chewing on their nails, pens, or ice.
Additionally, it’s essential to be mindful of habits like teeth grinding. If you grind at night, we may recommend a mouth guard to prevent wearing down your dental bonding.