Composite bonding can be an important part of restoring or completing your smile. When a dental problem causes unsightly flaws and/or slight discomfort, dental bonding can improve the look of your teeth and give you confidence in your smile.
Although a consultation and full analysis with the dentist is recommended before treatment, there are many reasons that bonding may become necessary.
After bonding, your teeth will be stronger, your smile can be brighter, and your confidence level will be higher. The smile you’ve always wanted may not be far away. Like most restorative dental services, bonding may need to be treated or replaced at a future date. Usually the bonding will last for many years before any replacements will need to take place.
Composite bonding, also referred to as tooth or dental bonding, is a form of cosmetic dentistry that repairs or covers up undesirable cosmetic issues with a smile.
Frequently Asked Composite Bonding Questions
Composite bonding addresses an array of dental conditions. They include but are not limited to misshapen teeth, misaligned teeth, cracked teeth, chipped teeth, decayed teeth, stained teeth gaps between teeth, and more!
Compared to other oral health treatments, dental bonding is quite easy and simple. It can be performed within an hour’s time for a single tooth. Furthermore, dental bonding is quite affordable compared to other options.
Patients are advised to take care of their bonded teeth just like they would their normal teeth. Brush the teeth following meals. Floss at least one time each day. Visit with the dentist every 6 months. Maintain strong and healthy teeth and it will be that much easier to enjoy bonded teeth across the long haul.
A composite resin material can be used for bonding to match the shade of your teeth. This way, no one will know you have had dental bonding performed on your teeth. This is the all natural solution you need to look and feel your best in public.
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