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If you have a chipped, cracked, or discolored tooth, dental bonding can fix a defect or imperfection, close small gaps in between teeth and give you the smile enhancement you want.
The dentist will prepare your natural tooth by smoothing it and applying a conditioning liquid to then apply resin carefully shaped to closely match and improve your tooth’s appearance, and ensuring that your bite properly fits, finalizing the bond with an ultraviolet light.
Composite bonding is an affordable option if you are looking to approve the appearance of your smile or have damaged your teeth.
Some benefits of dental bonding
• Its an affordable option to fix cracked, chipped, stained or decayed teeth
• Can help your teeth look more even and aligned
• At Plenty Smiles we use BPA free composite
Dental Bonding FAQ’s
Are there any risks of teeth bonding?
Keep in mind that the composite resin used with this procedure isn’t as strong as your natural teeth.
Is there any special care of teeth bonding?
Taking care of your teeth helps extend the life of a bonded tooth. Self-care tips include:
- Brush at least three times a day and flossing regularly
- Avoid hard food and candy
- Avoid coffee, tea, and tobacco for the first two days after the procedure to avoid stains
- Schedule regular dental cleanings.
Whats the difference between teeth bonding and veneers?
There are multiple options to get your teeth repaired. Composite bonding is an affordable option that usually attends minor changes in your tooth, according to your case the dentists would recommend what best attends your teeth keeping in mind durability and maintenance of each option. Veneers are crafted to fit the front of your teeth, like a shield and they can be made of resin or porcelain.
We accept all Health Funds at Plenty Smiles
If you would like to improve your smile come in and chat to us about the best option for you.
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