Dental bonding is a popular cosmetic dentistry procedure that can be used to repair chipped, cracked, or discolored front teeth. The procedure is quick and painless, and the results are immediate. Dental bonding is not considered permanent and reversible, though results will last for ten years or more with proper care.
Dental bonding is a treatment where we use a tooth-colored composite resin material to repair cracked, chipped, or discolored teeth. The resin is applied to the surface of the tooth and then hardened with a special curing light. Dental bonding is also great for closing gaps between many teeth, changing the shape of teeth, or protecting exposed roots.
The procedure is relatively easy and can usually be done in one visit to our dentist. In most cases, dental bonding will last patients for several years before it needs to be replaced.
It is essential to avoid biting or chewing on hard objects, as this can damage the bonding material. Dental bonding can give you a beautiful and long-lasting smile with proper care.
Bonding is a popular dental procedure that can improve the appearance of the smile and protect the tooth from further damage.
There are many benefits of dental bonding, including the following:
The first step in the procedure is to clean your tooth and roughen up the surface. This will help the resin bond to your tooth. Next, the tooth-colored resin is applied to your tooth and shaped to the desired shape.
Once the resin is in place, it is hardened with a UV light. The final step is to polish your tooth to give it a natural appearance. The entire procedure usually takes less than an hour and can be done in one appointment at our office.
Both composite veneers and composite bonding are effective treatments for improving the aesthetics of your smile. In addition, they both are great for fixing damage to your smile and changing the look of your teeth.
Here are some key differences between the two dental work treatments.
Composite bonding usually lasts for several years before it needs to be replaced. It is essential to avoid biting or chewing on hard objects, as this can damage the bonding material. With proper care, your composite bonding can last for ten or more years.
Yes, the tooth-colored resin used in bonding can be matched to the color of your natural teeth. This will ensure that your bonding is virtually undetectable.
Many patients choose to have bonding done and teeth whitening to achieve a brighter, more uniform smile. When bonding is combined with whitening, the results can be truly stunning. However, it is best to have the bonding done first so that our dentist can match the resin to your newly whitened teeth.
One of the benefits of bonding is that it does not require any tooth removal before treatment. Dental bonding can often be used as an alternative to porcelain veneers.