Teeth Bonding Mexico
Here’s is a Guide to getting your Teeth Bonding with Cancun Dental Specialists. Most aspects of your Dental vacation will be covered. Please call in and let us know more about your case 1 888 231 8041. In order to give you correct information pertaining to your case, we would need your Medical History, X-Rays, Treatment Plan if available, if not Contact our Dental Coordinator before coming to Cancun. Below are the most frequently asked questions on pricing, treatment scenarios, aftercare. Please read it so that you are well informed of how we provide the Teeth Bonding for you and if you have any questions, do not hesitate to contact us.
Teeth Bonding is a Cosmetic procedure done for many reasons. For example, to close gaps between teeth, reshape slightly misaligned teeth, correct teeth with small chips, cover teeth surfaces that have been exposed due to gum recession or to give a brighter look to discolored teeth.
This procedure is non invasive and consists of your Dentist applying a tooth colored resin to create the desired shape or Cosmetic purpose of the restoration. There is little to no preparation for Bonding. You will be able to choose from a shade guide, to insure the desired Cosmetic outcome of your smile. The Resin is then hardened with a ultraviolet light allowing the resin to bond to the tooth to improve the patients smile. Final polishing and trimming may be done to make sure that your restoration is as true to natural as possible.
Teeth Bonding Cost
Teeth Bonding Cost Comparison
Teeth Bonding (to repair chipped or cracked teeth, fill a small space between two teeth, or otherwise improve a smile) typically Costs $300 – $600 USD* per tooth, but it can be as low as $100 – $200 USD* or as high as $800 – $1,000 USD* per tooth depending on the complexity and extent of the bonding process, prevailing local rates, and the dentist’s training, expertise and reputation. Unless it’s done for structural reasons. (*Cost in US, Canada and Australia)
Teeth Bonding Treatment Alternatives
After the removal of the Amalgam Filling you would benefit from placing a Dental Crown for the protection and functionality of the tooth. Not to mention to give you a better aesthetic look.
If you are looking for a more Cosmetic approach to a brighter smile, than Veneers are a good alternative to Crowns. Veneers require less prep work and preserve more of your tooth structure. Malocclusion issues and/or Bruxists may not be candidates for Veneers.