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BONDING AN IDEAL OPTION FOR A GREAT-LOOKING SMILE

If you have flaws that affect the cosmetic look of your teeth, you may consider bonding. It is a good solution to some dental problems. Dental bonding uses resin, which comprises a mix of glass and tooth-colored plastic. The resin is used to fill or cover various dental problems and it's a cheaper alternative to porcelain veneers.

WHAT CAN IT DO FOR MY TEETH?

There are many problems that bonding can address. However, it is crucial to note first that bonding is exactingly cosmetic. Therefore, if you have problems like tooth decay or gum disease, you will need to address them first before bonding is performed. Bonding is not a restoration procedure.

Cosmetic dental bonding fixes problems such as filling a large cavity, restoring teeth that do not have adequate mass as a result of decay, and brightening heavily and deeply stained teeth. It's also an option for filling tooth chips and cracks and protecting the tooth root once the gums recede. A dentist can also utilize the bonding technique to fill gaps found between the teeth. If you are receiving veneers or crowns, a dentist can use bonding to hold these prosthetics in place. It is also used to improve the size or symmetry of your teeth.

WHY IS BONDING AN OPTION

It is a simple procedure, meaning that you will not have to wait for veneers or crowns to be fabricated. You receive a bonding procedure in just one visit. It is also cheaper when compared to procedures like veneers, large precious metal fillings, or crowns. Additionally, it is painless because it involves placing the material onto the teeth. You will not need anesthesia because no drilling or filing down of teeth. Visit our prosthodontics office to find out how bonding can benefit you, especially if you have issues like small chippings, cracks, and tooth discoloration. Schedule your consultation appointment today to meet our team.

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