Tooth damage occurs in many ways. As a person ages, they may experience oral health issues. Preventative measures help protect teeth from decay, cavities, and discoloration.
Accidents are a common cause of dental repairs including composite bonding. So is tooth decay. The simple dental procedure uses tooth colored resin to fix damaged, decayed, and discolored teeth.
Some enamel is removed from the teeth being bonded so that your dentist can then shape the resin the way it needs to be shaped. This helps maintain a consistent look inside the mouth.
Advantages of Composite Bonding
Some of the things to note about dental bonding are how quick and easy the process is. It also helps achieve a certain aesthetic inside the mouth. Resin can be applied to fill in gaps, recolor dark fillings, and even fixed chipped teeth.
Unlike veneers, the teeth bonding process is done in one appointment. Our patients walk into our office looking one way and feel very differently when they walk out with their new and improved smile. It’s a relief knowing that our dentist applies knowledge and skill to make the procedure quick and painless.