Update From Northwood Dental
All of us at Northwood Dental wish everyone the best of health and safety in these challenging times.
As part of the Governor's mandate and the recent Pinellas County 'safer at home' initiative, our current hours of operation have been adjusted and many of you may have already been contacted to postpone your dental services.
Other patient services are still being provided in an altered schedule designed for the safety of you, our patients, and for the safety of our Northwood Dental personnel.
We remain ready to care for your dental concerns and are making attempts to send out personalized communications regarding all present and future appointments.
If you need to speak with us in the meantime, please call/text 727-797-5161 (it is vital you leave a voicemail if we are unable to take the call) or send an email to: OfficeManager@northwood-dental.com. Our patients are our top priority and we are doing our best to respond ASAP.
We thank you for your patience and understanding.
The Northwood Dental Team
Dental Bonding In Clearwater, FL
Dental bonding is a common treatment option that’s usually used:
- To close the spaces between teeth
- To repair decayed teeth
- To make teeth appear longer
- To improve the shape or color of teeth
- To repair a chipped or cracked tooth
- To reduce sensitivity to hot or cold when gums recede
Call us at (727) 797-5161 today to learn more!
The Tooth Bonding Procedure
Dental bonding is a relatively comfortable procedure, with anesthesia rarely needed unless the bonding is to repair a decayed tooth. If, however, anesthesia is needed, you will be numbed.
Your dentist will then use a shad guide to select a resin color that most closely matches the natural color of your teeth. This is to ensure that the bonding material blends into your smile and does not look too white or too yellow.
The surface of your tooth will then be roughened to ensure that the resin bonds completely with the tooth. The resin is then applied to the tooth and smoothed and molded to fit the tooth. The resin is then cured using an ultraviolet light. The bonding will then be polished so it is smooth and matches the rest of the tooth surfaces. The bonding process takes about 30-60 minutes to complete per tooth.
3023 Eastland Blvd, Building H Ste 112
Clearwater, FL 33761
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