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Dental Bonding

Do You Have Discoloured, Broken, Or Gap In Front Teeth? Do You Wish To Enhance Your Natural Smile?

If yes, then dental bonding could help you.

Dental bonding, often termed tooth-colored fillings, can improve the appearance of your smile, sometimes even in a single appointment.

 

Teeth bonding is ideal if your teeth have minor concerns and aren't severely decayed.

You Can Consider Getting Teeth Bonding If You Have Any Of The Following Dental Concerns:

This full, fixed arch implant uses the latest dental technology to give you a dream smile that's as good as, if not better than, the smile nature gave you. The bridge:

 

● Conceal any cracks or chips in the teeth.

● Clear any discoloration or stain in your teeth.

● Correct or alter any minor irregularity in the shape of the teeth.

● Close down any space and gaps between the teeth.

● Lengthen a tooth that is shorter as compared to the rest.

 

While there are several reasons for discoloration of the teeth, many of these could be treated with dental bonding, though at times, you might need additional procedures.

Dental Bonding

Do You Have Discoloured, Broken, Or Gap In Front Teeth? Do You Wish To Enhance Your Natural Smile?

If yes, then dental bonding could help you.

Dental bonding, often termed tooth-colored fillings, can improve the appearance of your smile, sometimes even in a single appointment.

 

Teeth bonding is ideal if your teeth have minor concerns and aren't severely decayed.

You Can Consider Getting Teeth Bonding If You Have Any Of The Following Dental Concerns:

This full, fixed arch implant uses the latest dental technology to give you a dream smile that's as good as, if not better than, the smile nature gave you. The bridge:

 

● Conceal any cracks or chips in the teeth.

● Clear any discoloration or stain in your teeth.

● Correct or alter any minor irregularity in the shape of the teeth.

● Close down any space and gaps between the teeth.

● Lengthen a tooth that is shorter as compared to the rest.

 

While there are several reasons for discoloration of the teeth, many of these could be treated with dental bonding, though at times, you might need additional procedures.

The procedure involves using composite resin material with a texture similar to your teeth. This is a pain-free, cost-effective, and minimally invasive procedure typically carried out in just one appointment.

 

The first step in the procedure involves selecting the right color for the composite resin, which is as close as possible to your original tooth color. During the procedure, at first, an adhesive would be applied to the tooth's surface, followed by the resin, which is molded to the appropriate shape.

With ultraviolet light, the resin is then hardened, which helps it bond to the tooth's surface. Once it hardens, it will be further trimmed, shaped, and smoothened out to clean any rough patches. The procedure is then finished off with a polish as the last step. The complete procedure could take up to an hour or more, depending on the condition of your teeth.

 

Dental bonding needs absolutely zero downtime. You will be able to resume eating and drinking regularly as the resin dries immediately. Nonetheless, it is crucial to maintain proper oral hygiene after the procedure to keep your mouth healthy.
If you still need help determining if the procedure is suitable for you, then a consultation would give you clarity. Contact us today to book an appointment.