Cosmetic Bonding in Huntersville, NC
The quick solution for minor imperfections.
What Is Cosmetic Bonding?
One of the easiest ways to fix your smile instantly.
Cosmetic bonding restores the appearance of your teeth using a resin material to fix small flaws.
It can easily correct:
With cosmetic bonding, you’ll walk out of our office with a new smile – all in one appointment!
Schedule your consultation today to see if bonding is right for you.
Why You’ll Love Cosmetic Bonding
Cosmetic bonding looks natural and blends in with the rest of your teeth.
It’s a minimally invasive procedure that doesn’t require changing your tooth surface.
Dental bonding can be completed in one visit.
Show off your beautiful new smile for years (as long as you maintain great oral hygiene).
Smile, laugh, and talk like never before with your new smile!
Why NorthStar Dentistry for Adults?
We’ll admit, our therapy dog, Steve, sometimes steals the spotlight.
But don’t let that fool you – there’s so much more we offer you!
Cosmetic dentistry is part of Dr. John Merrill’s expertise. He’s an Accredited Member of the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry… This text opens a new tab to his AACD doctor page…, and Dr. David Bunn is a Fellow of the International Congress of Oral Implantologists… This text opens a new tab to the ICOI website….
This means you’re getting high-quality dental care from our top-notch team for a smile that’s crafted specially for you.
Your smile is our top priority, so your treatments will consist of:
Because we care.
‘‘Dr. Merrill and his wonderful wife have given me the beautiful smile I have always dreamed of having. I smile bigger in photos and in life, and no longer have a guarded smile. They have truly changed my life.’’
Kind words from Heather
Dental transformations that make all the difference in your smile.
She went through oral problems as early as 4th grade, undergoing frequent dental procedures, including surgeries, extractions, and 6+ years of braces.
Heather wanted to give up on fixing her teeth and settled for a smile she was unhappy with.
Until she came to NorthStar Dentistry for Adults.
After discussing what she didn’t like about her smile, we made personalized recommendations on what could be done to give her the smile she always wanted. Using our advanced technology to give her a preview of what her smile could look like, her confidence immediately grew.
Using high-quality cosmetic procedures like veneers and cosmetic bonding, Heather hasn’t stopped smiling since.
Check out our smile gallery to see more smile transformations from real patients.
FAQs About Cosmetic Bonding
- Is cosmetic bonding safe?
Yes, cosmetic bonding is safe! It’s a minimally invasive procedure that improves the look of your smile.
- How long does cosmetic bonding last?
On average, bonded teeth can last 10 years. Proper oral care and good eating habits can extend the life of your cosmetic bonding.
For best results, you should avoid:
- Biting directly into food
- Biting your nails
- Chewing ice
- Chewing pens/pencils
Brushing your teeth twice a day, flossing at least once a day, and scheduling routine dental check-ups can prevent problems.
- What’s the difference between cosmetic bonding and veneers?
Cosmetic bonding may be the solution for your minor smile imperfections.
Compared to porcelain veneers, it’s a non-invasive cosmetic procedure and a great choice for low-pressure areas (such as your front teeth) because of less daily usage.
It’s also less expensive and is perfect for:
- Filling cavities
- Hiding discolorations and stains
- Repairing chipped or cracked teeth
- Closing small gaps
If you require more dental care to achieve your dream smile, veneers may be the better option for you. We encourage you to check out our other cosmetic dentistry services and schedule a consultation to find the best treatment for you!
- How much does it cost?
Cosmetic bonding costs vary based on the following:
- Number of teeth being treated
- Location and size of area that needs bonding
- Geographic location
It’s significantly lower than the costs of veneers, but the best way to find out your cost is to schedule a consultation.
We’ll provide you with an estimate as well as payment options.