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Composite Bonding

Dental bonding is a widely embraced treatment choice, commonly employed for a range of purposes:

  • Closing gaps between teeth.
  • Restoring decay-damaged teeth.
  • Enhancing the appearance of teeth, potentially making them appear longer.
  • Enhancing the shape and color of teeth for a more appealing aesthetic.
  • Mending chipped or cracked teeth, revitalizing their integrity.
  • Alleviating sensitivity to temperature changes when gum recession occurs.

Composite Bonding

The Tooth Bonding Procedure

Step 1

Dental bonding is typically a comfortable procedure that seldom requires anesthesia unless it's specifically being used to address a decayed tooth. In cases where anesthesia is deemed necessary for your comfort, your dentist will ensure you are adequately numbed to alleviate any potential discomfort during the process.

Step 2

Subsequently, your skilled dentist will meticulously employ a shade guide to select a resin color that closely mimics the natural shade of your teeth. This precise color-matching step is paramount in ensuring that the bonding material seamlessly integrates into your smile, avoiding any noticeable discrepancies in color or tone, thus achieving a harmonious and aesthetically pleasing result.

Step 3

The tooth's surface is delicately roughened for optimal resin adhesion, followed by the precise application of resin. It's then cured with UV light, providing strength. Polishing ensures a seamless blend with surrounding teeth. The procedure typically takes 30-60 minutes per tooth, varying based on the case and number of teeth.

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