Dental bonding is one of the most common dental procedures to date. This is partly because it is used when constructing a filling after the removal of a cavity. It involves the application of a tooth colored resin to repair a tooth that has suffered damage. It can also be used for many other reasons including cosmetic dentistry. Here at One Dental Care in Billerica, we want all of our patients to be properly educated on the dental procedures that their family will be undergoing.
Typically, Dental bonding is used to repair a decayed, fractured, chipped, and even discolored teeth. When a tooth becomes damaged due to injury or decay, there is often a space left behind such as a crack or hole caused by a cavity. This is where dental bonding comes in. Your general dentist will fill the vulnerable hole in your tooth with a resin that is meant to restore the Integrity of the tooth and prevent further damage. Unlike a dental veneer, Dental bonding can be done in a single visit and can be used for essentially the same Dental issues.
Dental bonding is in extremely cost efficient and easy way to cosmetically improve your teeth as well as repair them. The composite resin that is used for dental bonding can be shaped and whatever way needed to repair tooth or even reshape a tooth. If you have ever chipped a tooth, it is likely that your dentist used dental bonding to repair the tooth. It is such an effective procedure because the resin can be colored to perfectly match your natural teeth.
There is typically no preparation needed for dental bonding. It can be completed without any anesthesia and it is completely painless. Your dentist will perfectly match the composite resin to the color of your natural teeth. Before applying the resin, your dentist will slightly roughen the surface of your teeth to make it easier for the material to bond. The resin is then shaped and hardened into place.
If you live in Billerica then give One Dental Care a call to see if you are a good candidate for dental bonding for restorative or cosmetic procedures.