Dental bonding is a great way to quickly and affordably repair small imperfections on teeth. In a way, bonding is like a simplified version of a veneer or a crown. While it can’t withstand the kind of abuse that those solutions can, bonding works well in a variety of situations.
Like many people, your teeth may develop cosmetic problems despite your best efforts. Even if you are diligent about maintaining excellent oral hygiene and visit the dentist regularly for cleanings and oral exams, issues may arise. Whether you chip a tooth while playing sports or start to notice discoloration, which can occur naturally with age, you have plenty of options. Bonding is among the simplest and most cost-effective of them.
In dental bonding, a composite resin material is applied to the tooth and then sculpted and shaped to cover damaged areas or to fill in gaps. This material comes in several shades so it can be matched to the natural color of your tooth. Bonding usually requires only one visit so it is less time-consuming and less expensive than other tooth restoration methods.
If you’re considering dental bonding, the following information will provide you with a good introduction to the procedure. We recommend that you consult a participating cosmetic dentist for more detailed information about how this procedure will help you.
Teeth Bonding is a great way to create a simple smile makeover in one simple appointment at dental on park. Permanently fixed to your own teeth, bonding looks and acts like it has always been a part of your mouth. Providing you with a straighter and healthier looking smile, bonding can be used on all your anterior teeth to improve your smile .
Bonding can help with:
Spaces between teeth
Whitening permanently stained or discoloured teeth
Misaligned or crooked teeth
Broken or chipped teeth
Unsightly, stained or washed out fillings
Bonding can change the appearance of your smile dramatically