Dental bonding offers a gentle touch-up for a variety of cosmetic concerns, from chips and discoloration to those pesky gaps in your smile. Our skilled dentists can work their magic, enhancing your grin quickly, without the need for extensive procedures or hefty expenses.
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Dental bonding is a cosmetic treatment for hiding stains, small cracks, minor cavities, and chips on your teeth. During treatment, the dentist will apply layers of a composite resin putty-like material on your teeth to fill any voids and crevices on the teeth. Dentists can also use the resin material to hide stains and close large gaps between adjacent teeth.
Dental bonding is crafted to match the shade of your smile.
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Our dentists compare your tooth’s color to a color chart to pick resin material that closely matches your teeth’s natural color. As such, the bonding will blend seamlessly with your teeth, giving you a beautiful, natural-looking smile to boost your confidence.
Dental bonding is among the least invasive cosmetic dental procedures. Unlike other procedures, it doesn't damage your enamel and leads to tooth sensitivity after treatment. The mild etching acid the dentist uses to roughen the enamel only creates micro ridges invisible to the naked eye.
Cosmetic dental procedures can be expensive, but not dental bonding. It's one of the most affordable cosmetic dental procedures. This means you can enjoy a beautiful, natural smile without breaking the bank.
The first step is consulting the dentist so they can decide whether you qualify for the treatment. The dentist will examine your teeth for chips, cracks, and staining and give you the go-ahead if they deem dental bonding appropriate for your situation. Next, they’ll compare your teeth’s natural color to a color chart and pick a resin material that closely matches it.
Next, the dentist will prepare the bonding surface by applying a mild etching acid solution to it. This creates micro-ridges on the surface, increasing the surface area for adhesion with the bonding material. They’ll then carefully apply the bonding material (dental cement or glue) to the surface, making sure to cover the entire region.
Once the bonding agent is sufficiently applied, the dentist will apply the resin material layer by layer. The resin resembles a paste, which is applied using a flat plastic and wards carver. The dentist will shape each layer, and then sculpt the bonded area to its desired shape and size.
Once satisfied, the dentist will use a specialized laser to cure the bonding material. Exposing the bonding material triggers a chemical reaction that hardens it, making it secure firmly to the teeth. They’ll finish up by trimming and polishing away any imperfections for a smooth finish and pleasant natural sheen.
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Dental bonding treatment doesn’t have a recovery time and patients can resume their usual routines immediately after treatment. However, you’ll want to steer clear of hard foods for the first few days after treatment. Biting into hard foods or objects could break the bonding material and warrant a premature touch-up.
Yes, you can eat normally after dental bonding. However, you should avoid hard, crunchy, or sticky foods for the first 24 hours after the procedure.
Yes, dental bonding can be used to close small gaps between teeth. However, for larger gaps, orthodontic treatment may be required.
Dental bonding can last anywhere from three to ten years, depending on how well you take care of your teeth.
No, dental bonding is typically not a painful procedure. In fact, local anesthesia is not usually necessary unless the tooth is decayed or damaged.