Restore Damaged Tooth For Better Smile
Dental bonding is a procedure that involves the use of a durable tooth-coloured composite resin to restore a damaged tooth. Bonding can be used to repair decay, chipping, fractures, and discolouration in the teeth.
Every dental bonding procedure performed by our skilled dentists begins with a thorough dental examination to determine that you are an ideal candidate for dental bonding treatment.
All cosmetic dental bonding treatments at Dentistry at Richmond are performed using modern techniques and high-quality composite resin. As a result, our patients have a brighter smile and more self-confidence. If you’d like more information on how dental bonding could be the perfect cosmetic treatment for you, please schedule an evaluation and consultation with us today.
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Candidates for Dental Bonding
Children and adults who have minor dental damage, such as cracked or chipped teeth can benefit from dental bonding. Furthermore, intrinsic stains or substantial tooth discolouration that cannot be remedied by teeth whitening can be successfully concealed by bonding. Dental bonding can occasionally be used to fill in small gaps between teeth. At Dentistry @ Richmond, our experienced dentists will will go over all the advantages of dental bonding as well as other treatment options that might best serve your needs.
The Dental Bonding Process
At Richmond Dentistry, we use high quality durable composite resin for dental bonding because it closely resembles the appearance and shine of natural enamel. The vast majority of patients who undergo bonding at our office do not need local anaesthetic. Our experienced dentists will check your teeth against a colour chart before starting the treatment. Using this as a reference, we mix a colouring agent along with the liquid composite resin to make the perfect shade for your smile
Our diligent team at Richmond Dentistry team are dedicated to providing patient-centred care. You will be treated like a part of our extended family when you come to our office. Dental bonding offers a safe and minimally invasive way to achieve the gorgeous-looking smile of your dreams. Contact a us to find out more about the advantages of dental bonding and if it is the best fit for you .
Dental Bonding Procedure
Frequently Asked Questions
Dental Bonding is a dental procedure used to repair and improve your teeth’s look. The treatment is mostly used in cosmetic dentistry to enhance various elements of patients’ teeth appearance.
Preparation: The purpose of your therapy will decide how this step of the process is carried out. Most of the time, no anaesthesia or numbing is required. Colour matching is carried out here. Your cosmetic dentist rubs an acidic solution on your teeth. Your enamel becomes rougher after using the solution, making it more bondable.
Application: The composite resin is subsequently applied by your dentist, typically in the form of putty. The application process enables the dentist to form the resin to the proper shape for repairing your teeth.
Hardening: Laser light can be used to accelerate the hardening process. The composite material permanently attaches to your teeth as it becomes harder.
Finishing: This is the final step. The tooth needs to be polished, and any extra composite must be taken out. The final step will make sure that the repaired tooth has the same shine and radiance as healthy teeth.
Dental bonding will prove helpful for your smile if you have any of the following dental issues:
Stained teeth: Dental discolouration can be significantly improved with dental bonding. To make your discoloured teeth match the colour of the rest of your teeth, composite resin might be used.
Chipped, cracked, or broken teeth: After dental bonding, you won’t even detect the structural flaws in your teeth. The resin is used to fill in the broken and chipped parts of your teeth making your teeth appear natural in look and functionality.
Spaces between teeth: Dental bonding can help fill small gaps between teeth when applied appropriately.
Dental decay: Oral cavities can be treated with dental bonding as a tooth filling. They are the ideal replacement for silver fillings.
Other applications include irregular teeth or unusually short teeth due to developmental deformities, enamel erosion, or other factors.
Dental bonding effects are not permanent. If you take good care of your dental bonding, the general rule is that it can endure between 5 and 10 years. Fortunately, dental bonding doesn’t require specialised care.
Simply remember to brush your teeth after meals, floss at least once daily, and schedule regular cleanings and check-ups at the dentist.
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