Composite Dental Bonding - A Quick and Easy Way to Rejuvenate Your Smile

Composite dental bonding is an inexpensive, minimally invasive procedure that your cosmetic dentist in Fort Lauderdale can use to correct a number of smile imperfections.  It only takes a single visit to our dental office on Commercial Blvd to restore your smile.  In this simple procedure, your dentist, Nancy Rotroff, DDS, MAGD or Gerard Wasselle, DMD, applies a custom-matched, tooth-colored resin material to your tooth, then sculpts it with an artistic touch, applies a curing light to harden the resin, and finally polishes your tooth for beautiful, natural-looking result.  

How can tooth bonding fix my smile?

Dental bonding is used to fix numerous dental issues and lets you smile with confidence.  Dental bonding is an excellent option if you have:

What are the pros and cons of composite dental bonding?



Regardless of the reason you would like to rejuvenate your smile, restoring discolored, chipped, or gapped teeth with composite bonding can restore your confidence in your smile. Select the best dentist in Fort Lauderdale for your composite bonding. Call Excellence in Dentistry at 954-928-1666Dr. Nancy Rotroff and Dr. Gerard Wasselle have over 60 years combined experience providing the highest quality dental care. 

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