Dental bonding is a wonderful, and affordable, procedure that can fix damaged teeth. Avoiding surgery and preserving a natural look, keep reading to learn more about dental bonding and the types of problems that it can fix.
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Utilizing a safe composite resin, dental bonding is the process of adding and shaping the resin in a way that is aesthetically pleasing and fully functional. From a chipped tooth, to a gap between your teeth, the following are some common problems that dental bonding can deal with.
Chipped, cracked, and otherwise broken teeth are the most common problem that dental bonding can solve; here the resin bonds to your existing tooth and is nicely molded to mimic the structure and function of the part of the tooth that was damaged, or it is used to fill in a crack in you tooth in order to bond it back together. It will please you to know that the resin color is carefully matched to the color of your teeth, ensuring that your smile remains as natural as possible.
If you have a very discolored or stained tooth, then dental resin can change the color of this tooth to match the others. Due to the workability of these resins, it is also possible to add more volume to your existing teeth in order to fill a noticeable gap between them, or even to turn a twisted or crooked tooth into a forward facing masterpiece. The last procedure that we will mention is a method for reducing tooth sensitivity; dental resin can be applied to exposed roots due to receding gums, or excessively worn enamel, thereby decreasing exposure to the nerves within.
If you have a problem with how your teeth look, then please do not hesitate to call our office to find out what we can do to get your smile looking great. Set up an appointment today.