Dental Tooth Bonding

The term bonding is used in dentistry to describe permanently attaching dental materials to your teeth using dental adhesives and a high-intensity curing light. Whether you realize it or not, you’ve probably received a dental treatment involving an either form of dental bonding: direct composite or adhesive bonding of restoration (crown, bridge, porcelain veneer, inlay/onlay) that was created in a laboratory or in-office.

WHAT ARE THE ADVANTAGES AND DISADVANTAGES OF DENTAL BONDING?

Advantages:

  • Dental bonding is among the easiest and least expensive of cosmetic dental procedures.

  • Bonding can usually be done in one office visit unless several teeth are involved.

  • Dental bonding involves the removal of less tooth enamel than veneers or crowns.

  • Anesthesia is usually not required.

Disadvantages:

  • While composite resin is somewhat stain-resistant, it’s not as stain-resistant as a crown or veneer.

  • The composite resin may eventually chip or break off the tooth after three to ten years.

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS ABOUT RESTORATIVE BONDING
  • Can dental cosmetic bonding fix my child’s chipped tooth?

  • Will a tooth bonding procedure be uncomfortable?

  • Can Restorative bonding be used to fill gaps in between my teeth?

  • Can it reshape my teeth?

  • Will cosmetic bonding help if my teeth are stained?

  • Is a tooth bonding procedure reversible?

  • Is dental bonding affordable?

  • How long will it last?

For more information about tooth bonding or to schedule an appointment, fill out appointment form or contact us today at (972) 295-9631

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Email: Greatsmiles@txdentalgroup.net

Tel: (972) 295-9631

N International Rd Suite A
Garland, TX 75042

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