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Dental Bonding

What is Dental Bonding?

Dental bonding is applied when repairing decayed, chipped or discolored teeth. Bonding is a procedure involved in the application of a tooth-colored composite resin (plastic). Dental bonding at Barre Dentistry  Implants is commonly sought by patients as a cosmetic solution that can assist in improving a person’s overall appearance of the mouth, teeth and smile.

What is Dental Bonding used for?

At Barre Dentistry Implants, we offer dental bonding for dental issues such as;

  • To repair tooth decay
  • To repair chipped or broken teeth
  • To correct discolored teeth
  • To close spaces between teeth
  • To improve overall appearance by adjusting the shape and length of teeth
  • To serve as protection to part of the tooth’s root when gums recede

Procedure involved in Dental Bonding at Barre Dentistry Implants

At Barre Dentistry Implants a dental bonding procedure is relatively straightforward where use of a local anesthesia may not be necessary unless tooth decay is evident. Dentists within our practice are highly skilled in carrying out the bonding process. The dentist selects the correct shade of composite resin to match the natural color of the tooth. For the bonding material to adhere to the tooth, dentists are required to roughen the tooth and coat it with conditioning liquid. Subsequently, the tooth colored composite resin is applied and molded to the preferred shape. Once the material has hardened by utilization of an ultraviolet light or laser, the dentist will trim, shape and polish the bonding material so that it matches the rest of the tooth surface. Patients are advised to avoid resin staining substances (tea or coffee) for 48 hours after the placement of a composite resin bonding.

How long does Dental Bonding last?

We highly recommend that patients practice good oral hygiene by brushing and flossing their teeth regularly. The lasting period for bonding is usually dependent on patients’ oral habits but bonding can last up to several years before repairing is needed.

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Dental Bonding

What is Dental Bonding?

Dental bonding is applied when repairing decayed, chipped or discolored teeth. Bonding is a procedure involved in the application of a tooth-colored composite resin (plastic). Dental bonding at Barre Dentistry  Implants is commonly sought by patients as a cosmetic solution that can assist in improving a person’s overall appearance of the mouth, teeth and smile.

What is Dental Bonding used for?

At Barre Dentistry Implants, we offer dental bonding for dental issues such as;

  • To repair tooth decay
  • To repair chipped or broken teeth
  • To correct discolored teeth
  • To close spaces between teeth
  • To improve overall appearance by adjusting the shape and length of teeth
  • To serve as protection to part of the tooth’s root when gums recede

Procedure involved in Dental Bonding at Barre Dentistry Implants

At Barre Dentistry Implants a dental bonding procedure is relatively straightforward where use of a local anesthesia may not be necessary unless tooth decay is evident. Dentists within our practice are highly skilled in carrying out the bonding process. The dentist selects the correct shade of composite resin to match the natural color of the tooth. For the bonding material to adhere to the tooth, dentists are required to roughen the tooth and coat it with conditioning liquid. Subsequently, the tooth colored composite resin is applied and molded to the preferred shape. Once the material has hardened by utilization of an ultraviolet light or laser, the dentist will trim, shape and polish the bonding material so that it matches the rest of the tooth surface. Patients are advised to avoid resin staining substances (tea or coffee) for 48 hours after the placement of a composite resin bonding.

How long does Dental Bonding last?

We highly recommend that patients practice good oral hygiene by brushing and flossing their teeth regularly. The lasting period for bonding is usually dependent on patients’ oral habits but bonding can last up to several years before repairing is needed.