Upgrade Your Smile With Dental Bonding & Veneers

At Green Grove Dental in St. Albert, we are pleased to offer dental bonding and veneers to help our patients achieve a healthy-looking smile they can be proud to show off.

What is dental bonding?

Dental bonding is a quick, minimally invasive procedure that can help repair chipped or cracked teeth, fill in gaps between the teeth, and restore eroded teeth. The process involves applying a resin material directly onto the tooth and then hardening it with a specialized curing light. Bonding provides a strong adhesion that is designed to last for several years.

What are veneers?

Veneers are thin shells of either porcelain or composite material bonded onto the front of your teeth. They are used to help create a beautiful, uniform look and can also help conceal cracks and discolouration. Veneers are more durable than bonding and can last up to ten years or longer with proper care.

What are the benefits of dental bonding and veneers?

Both dental bonding and veneers can help provide a more aesthetically pleasing smile, enhancing self-confidence. Because they are stronger, veneers can offer a longer-term solution. Bonding takes about thirty to sixty minutes per tooth and can often be completed in one appointment.

Who should consider these procedures?

If you’re looking for a way to improve the appearance of your smile, dental bonding and veneers may be right for you. As always, it is essential to consult with our dentist first to address any other oral health issues before starting treatment.

At Green Grove Dental, our experienced team will work with you to create a customized plan to ensure you get the results you want. Contact us today for more information about dental bonding and veneers!

Contact Green Grove Dental About Dental Bonding & Veneers Today!

  • Reshape and repair damaged teeth
  • Fill in gaps between teeth
  • Conceal unwanted discolouration
  • Address minor misalignments
  • Show off a brilliant new smile!

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