Thursday, June 9

What is dental bonding?

Are you unhappy with the shape and appearance of your teeth?

Dental bonding

Dental bonding is a cosmetic procedure that improves your smile by using a tooth-coloured composite resin material. This procedure is used to repair chips, close gaps, or alter the shape and colour of teeth. Dental bonding, unlike other cosmetic dental treatments such as porcelain veneers, is completely reversible.

Dental bonding is a simple and cost-effective method of improving the appearance of your smile. Skilled dentists apply a composite resin material directly to the tooth structure during the bonding process. The resin can be shaped and sculpted to fit your tooth and correct flaws in its appearance because it is malleable and puttylike when first applied. After that, the composite resin is hardened, trimmed, and polished to provide a long-lasting, aesthetically pleasing restoration for your smile. Dental bonding usually requires only one visit to the office of your dentist and because this treatment usually requires little to no tooth preparation, you can expect your visit to be quick and comfortable.

Dental bonding may be recommended by dentists to close gaps and spaces between teeth, improve misshapen teeth, lighten stained or discoloured teeth, and restore chipped or cracked teeth. For a natural-looking result,  a shade of composite resin that matches the original colour of your teeth will be used. If you prefer, a slightly lighter shade of bleach can be used to whiten your teeth.

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