Dental bonding is an affordable, quick, and non-invasive dental procedure that is a simple and painless way to repair and hide chipped and discolored teeth. In order to bond your tooth, a layer of composite resin is placed over the surface to cover the damage, or in cases of a chipped tooth, the resin is added to the tooth to restore the missing shape. Your dentist will choose a resin color that matches the natural color of your teeth and shape, and help you polish the resin to make it look natural.
How Durable Is Dental Bonding?
Dental bonds aren’t meant to last your entire lifetime. That means it’s very likely you’ll need to come in to see your dentist for a touch-up or to make repairs to the bonds. To ensure you get the most out of your bonds, take good care of your teeth with good oral hygiene, regular checkups, and avoid biting your fingernail and chewing hard objects.
What Are the Benefits Of Dental Bonding?
Dental bonds are a simple and affordable way to improve your smile by hiding discoloration, restoring the shape of your teeth, and filling in gaps in between teeth.
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