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Dental Bonding

Sculpt Your Perfect Smile with Dental Bonding

At Vlass and Merritt Dental Care in Roswell, GA, our Dental Bonding services artfully correct imperfections, delivering a flawless smile with over 30 years of professional expertise. Our bonding technique skillfully addresses chips, gaps, and discoloration, seamlessly blending with your natural teeth for an instantly enhanced appearance. Embrace a quick and effective solution to refine your smile’s look and feel, all with the comfort and care you deserve.

Customized Smile Enhancement

At Vlass & Merritt Dental Care, we specialize in customized smile enhancements through dental bonding. Our experienced dentists carefully assess your dental needs and aesthetic goals to create personalized treatment plans tailored to achieve the smile you desire. Whether you have minor imperfections or more significant concerns, dental bonding can help you achieve a radiant, confident smile.

Minimally Invasive Procedure

Dental bonding offers a minimally invasive alternative to more extensive cosmetic treatments such as veneers or crowns. With dental bonding, only a minimal amount of enamel is removed, preserving more of your natural tooth structure. This conservative approach allows for quick and comfortable treatment with beautiful, long-lasting results.

Seamless Integration with Natural Teeth

One of the key benefits of dental bonding is its ability to seamlessly integrate with your natural teeth. The composite resin material used in bonding is carefully color-matched to your existing teeth, ensuring a seamless blend and a natural-looking result. Whether repairing a small chip or enhancing the shape of a tooth, dental bonding provides aesthetic improvements that enhance your smile's beauty.

Transform Your Smile with Dental Bonding

Dental bonding is a versatile cosmetic dentistry procedure offered at Vlass & Merritt Dental Care to address a variety of aesthetic concerns. Using composite resin material matched to the shade of your natural teeth, our skilled dentists can repair chipped, discolored, or misshapen teeth, as well as close gaps and improve the overall appearance of your smile with a minimally invasive approach.

Dental Bonding FAQ's

Dental bonding is a cosmetic dental procedure in which a tooth-colored resin material is applied and bonded to the surface of a tooth to improve its appearance. It is commonly used to repair chipped or cracked teeth, close gaps between teeth, reshape misaligned teeth, and cover stains or discolorations.

Dental bonding is typically performed in a single visit to the dentist’s office and does not usually require anesthesia unless it is being used to fill a cavity. The tooth surface is first cleaned and prepared, and then the bonding material is applied, shaped, and molded to achieve the desired shape and contour. A special light is used to harden the bonding material, and final adjustments may be made to ensure a natural-looking result.

Dental bonding offers several advantages, including its affordability compared to other cosmetic dental procedures such as veneers or crowns. It is also minimally invasive, requiring little to no removal of tooth structure, and can usually be completed in a single office visit. Additionally, bonding material can be color-matched to blend seamlessly with the natural teeth, providing aesthetic enhancement with durable and long-lasting results.

While dental bonding is a versatile and effective treatment option for many cosmetic concerns, it may not be suitable for more extensive or severe dental issues. Bonding material is not as stain-resistant or durable as porcelain veneers or crowns, and it may be more prone to chipping or staining over time. Additionally, bonding may not be appropriate for areas of high bite pressure or for patients with significant tooth decay or structural damage.

The lifespan of dental bonding depends on various factors, including the patient’s oral hygiene habits, diet, and lifestyle factors such as teeth grinding or biting on hard objects. On average, dental bonding can last anywhere from 3 to 10 years before requiring repair or replacement. Regular dental check-ups and proper oral hygiene can help extend the longevity of bonding restorations.

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Barry L. Vlass, DMD

Dr. Barry Vlass graduated from the Georgia Institute of Technology with a bachelors degree in biology in 1976. He then attended Tufts University School of Dental Medicine located in Boston, Massachusetts where he obtained his doctorate in dental medicine (D.M.D.) in 1981.

He began practicing dentistry in Roswell in 1981. Dr. Vlass has enjoyed a successful career in dentistry due to his sincere commitment to continuing education and providing his patients with the latest technology in the field of dentistry.

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Joseph Merritt, DMD

Dr. Joseph Merritt grew up and currently resides in Roswell, Ga., and he is a proud alumnus of Roswell High School. After graduating from the University of Georgia with a Bachelor of Science in Biology, he obtained his Doctor of Dental Medicine (DMD) degree from the University of Louisville, School of Dentistry.

The driving force of Dr. Merritt’s career is his calling to serve others locally and in communities with limited access to dental care. He has volunteered on multiple dental mission trips to Nicaragua and Jamaica. Dr. Merritt also volunteered at a Free Day of Dentistry several years in a row in Savannah, Ga., where he started his career in dentistry.

Dr. Merritt specializes in restorative and cosmetic dental procedures. He is also a certified Invisalign provider and extensively trained in dental implants.

Outside of the office, Dr. Merritt enjoys golfing, working out, playing cornhole, and spending time with family and friends — especially with his wife Kellie, daughter Lenny, and dog Lady. Anytime you want to talk about Georgia sports… he’s your guy!

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