Does Dental Bonding Stain?


Posted on 10/11/2021 by Sundeep Rawal, DDS
Does Dental Bonding Stain?Dental bonding helps fix damaged teeth. It is a cosmetic procedure that helps restore your smile and improve your confidence. However, you need to take good care of dental bonding to prevent damage. Lack of proper care could lead to breakage and instability.

One concern regarding the use of dental bonding is whether it can stain. Dental bonding can stain and affect your smile. Here are different causes of staining when using dental bonding.

Stains On Dental Bonding


Dental bonding can stain if you don't take good care of it. In fact, there are different types of staining associated with dental bonding. The most common one is surface staining. This happens due to the presence of small tears on the bonding that makes it stain; dirt accumulates in the scratches, creating patches of stain. You can notice the stains on the front teeth, especially when they lose their glossy finish. This can affect your smile significantly. Luckily, this type of staining can be fixed. Our professionals will polish them thoroughly and get rid of stains and scratches. As a result, you will have a bright smile.

Also, composite bonding is not an expectation since it is made from a solution of inorganic particles; therefore, it can get stained. The materials used to make it can absorb stains and cause tooth discoloration—the risk of staining increases when you drink lots of staining beverages such as tea or coffee. The stains will easily penetrate the plastic and cause discoloration. As a result, your smile will be damaged. This is why it is important to avoid staining beverages.

You should also avoid using abrasive materials that can affect the structure of the dental bonding. If you notice any signs of staining, you should visit our for checks immediately. This will restore your smile. Contact our offices for more information on dental bonding.

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