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Functions of Dental Bonding for Cosmetic Dentistry

dental bonding doylestown pa

For patients looking for a Doylestown cosmetic dentist that takes their budgetary concerns into account when treatment planning, contact us! Dr. Elyce Link-Bindo and Dr. Richard Cavanaugh offer cosmetic services for all budgets, including popular cosmetic dental bonding.

Cosmetic bonding takes advantage of the highly versatile composite material used in dental fillings. Since it comes in a variety of shades and our dentists polish it in the final stages of restoration, to the untrained eye, it will look just like your natural tooth and will not leave a permanent scar on your smile.

Aside from fillings, we can use composite to make small repairs to your natural teeth. Dental bonding actually adds ...

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What Are the Most Popular Cosmetic Dentistry Treatments?

Cosmetic Dentistry Doylestown PA

You might be surprised to find out how many people are enjoying a brighter, more beautiful smile thanks to Doylestown cosmetic dentists Dr. Elyce Link-Bindo and Dr. Richard Cavanaugh!

It’s a common misconception that cosmetic dentistry is only for the very rich or Hollywood elite. Cosmetic treatments in Doylestown, PA are more affordable and accessible than ever. In fact, they are a fantastic way to make an investment in you! There’s no question that when you look better, you feel better. A nice haircut, a great new outfit, and an attractive white smile will have you feeling confident and on your A game!

So what are your friends and neighbors in ...

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Can Acid Reflux Affect My Teeth?

Acid reflux, GERD, Gastroesophageal reflux disease, tooth wear

Many people are diagnosed with GERD (Gastroesophageal reflux disease) and heartburn every year.  Acid reflux often feels like a burning sensation or chest pain that can wake you up in the middle of the night.  The chest pain can be so severe it mimics a heart attack.  GERD has also been linked to severe deterioration and irritation of the throat.  If the acid in your stomach is so strong that it can cause throat problems, how does it affect your teeth?  Sometimes the teeth are the first areas to show signs of acid reflux.  Stomach acid in large quantities can thin and wash away tooth enamel.  Once the outer protective ...

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Could I Benefit From Veneers?

Veneers in Doylestown PA

If you're not satisfied with the appearance of your smile it affects your confidence! You may not be able to rise to that next level in your career or personal relationships without good self-esteem. Cosmetic dentistry in Doylestown, PA may be the solution you're looking for, and dental veneers could be the right option for you. Learn more about how veneers can improve and enhance your smile.

What is a Porcelain Veneer?

Best described as thin "shells" of porcelain that fit over your tooth, dental veneers are customized by your dentist and then bonded directly to your tooth. Because of direct bonding, veneers do add strength to your tooth. They naturally complete ...

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3 Cosmetic Procedures for Chipped Teeth

Cosmetic Dentist in Doylestown

Chipped teeth are a common problem. Whether you bit down on an unexpected olive pit in your pizza or you walked face first into a door jamb, a chipped tooth affects both the appearance and the health of your smile.

Fortunately, chipped teeth can be easily treated! If you have a chipped tooth and live in Doylestown, cosmetic dentists Dr. Link-Bindo and Dr. Richard Cavanaugh can help repair your tooth beautifully to restore your smile – and your confidence!

 

1. Bonding with Tooth-Colored Composite Filling

We can use a tooth-colored filling material for more than just filling cavities! Because of the way the composite bonds with your natural tooth structure, it’s also a ...

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Oral Health Red Flags

Oral Health red flags

Your oral health affects your overall health, so it's important to stay on top of your at-home care, as well as your regular professional cleanings and visits to the dentist. Studies have linked poor oral health to higher risks for heart and respiratory conditions. Even if you do keep up with your dental exams, issues can still come up. Here're some oral health red flags to look out for: 

  • Pain: Of course if you're experiencing pain in your teeth or gums, you should contact a dentist right away. Whether you've experienced a specific injury, or if the pain seems to come out of nowhere, it's important to have a professional examine your ...

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