COVID-19

Patient health and safety is always taken very seriously at our dental practice. Please know that we are vigilantly monitoring the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) situation and will continue to operate on a normal schedule for now, but these hours could change based on how this situation progresses within our community.

We are encouraging our employees to stay home if they are not feeling well or have been possibly exposed to someone who is ill. We are also asking our patients to do the same and please call to reschedule your appointment if you or a family member have any flu- or cold-like symptoms (i.e. fever, cough, sore throat, shortness of breath, etc.) or have traveled out of the country within the past 30 days. We will continue to use the CDC- and OSHA-mandated cleaning and disinfection protocols in our treatment area utilizing a bactericidal, viricidal, fungicidal and tuberculocidal disinfectant that will kill the coronavirus. As an extra precaution to keep our patients and staff protected, we will have hand-sanitizer for you to use when you first come into our office.

We have also removed toys, magazines, video games, coffee and water stations, iPads, and computers from our waiting rooms to help prevent cross contamination. We would also like to limit family members in our waiting room and in our treatment areas so it would be helpful for everyone, except the patient and perhaps one family member if necessary, to wait in the car and provide a cell phone number so we can update you about the appointment by phone. For future updates, we encourage you to check out our Facebook or lnstagram pages.

The health and safety of our patients and our team is of utmost importance. We greatly appreciate your help and understanding with these temporary measures to combat the spread of COVID-19 (Coronavirus). If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to give our office a call.

Dental Bonding

Imperfections such as stains, chips, or gaps can cause you to feel self-conscious about your smile, significantly impacting your confidence.

Using a tooth-colored material, dental bonding conceals imperfections and creates a more aesthetically pleasing appearance.

So why is dental bonding the solution for you?

Dental Bonding is a Simple Yet Diverse Way to Enhance Your Smile

Dental bonding is a cost-effective option. 
Bonding is much more affordable than other alternatives. It can conceal stains, close gaps, rebuild cracks, and create a more consistent tooth shape and size.

Dental bonding requires minimal tooth alteration. 
Whereas porcelain veneers require the tooth to be reshaped, dental bonding involves gentle etching prior to applying the composite resin material. As a result, bonding is reversible.

Dental bonding can be performed in a single visit.
Since there is minimal preparation, bonding material can be applied to the tooth in one appointment. The process usually takes under one hour.

Dental Bonding

You're Not Alone If You Feel Insecure about Your Smile

I've Heard Porcelain Veneers Are Better...

While porcelain veneers can address more extensive concerns, they typically cost between $800 to $3,000 per tooth. A bonding treatment can address similar issues at a fraction of the cost. Patients can expect to spend about $100 to $400 per tooth. Additionally, patients with compromised enamel may not be candidates for porcelain veneers. Dental bonding does not impose the same restrictions.

Detailed molding and polishing can help achieve highly realistic results.

The Dental Bonding Treatment Process Simple, Yet Highly Personalized.

You and your dentist will discuss your goals and identify the specific issues you would like to address.

The composite-resin will then be shade-matched to the surrounding teeth for optimal aesthetics.

The doctor will apply the resin to the treatment area, molding the material around the existing tooth structure to achieve the desired shape and size.

Using a curing light, the resin will be hardened.

Finally, the dentist will polish the tooth and resin for the most natural-looking results.

Completely Transform Your Smile

While porcelain veneers can provide highly realistic results, they are much more expensive and may not fit within your budget. Teeth whitening may be a solution for patients worried about stains, however, even professional treatments may not address extensive discoloration. Bonding is a versatile option that provides natural-looking results when composite is carefully sculpted over your teeth.

Lacking confidence in your smile can impact your quality of life in more ways than one. Dental bonding is a very accessible solution that can drastically improve the appearance of your teeth.

Schedule an appointment today to begin your transformation.

Dr. Steven Krendl

Colorado Dental Arts

Dr. Steven Krendl and the team at Colorado Dental Arts in Littleton, CO, offer comprehensive cosmetic, restorative, and family dentistry. We are proud to be affiliated with:

  • The American Dental Association
  • The International Congress of Oral Implantologists
  • The Colorado Dental Association
  • The Metropolitan Denver Dental Society
  • Fellow at The International Congress of Oral Implantologists
  • Graduate of The Misch International Implant Institute

To make dental treatment as accessible as possible, we offer late-night and weekend appointments. Schedule a visit by contacting us online or calling (303) 978-9572.

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