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Bonding


A patient getting dental bonding procedureThose individuals who have chipped or broken teeth or have a misshapen tooth can get relief through tooth bonding. Many times, people feel embarrassed by their smile if they have a broken or badly shaped tooth. Bonding can quickly and easily correct the situation. You can talk to our professionals at Jason Widner DMD Family Dentistry to find out the details of tooth bonding. Our team of trained professionals utilizes the safest procedures to yield the best results.

What Is Tooth Bonding?


Tooth bonding, which can also be referred to as dental bonding, is a process whereby damaged or misshapen teeth are treated with a tooth-colored resin. Once the resin is applied, it is hardened by using ultraviolet light. It allows our team to correct crooked and damaged teeth, so they appear more natural and symmetrical. Simply put, dental bonding helps to improve your smile which in turn improves your self-confidence. Even better, with the help of tooth bonding, you can make all your teeth the correct size and shape, thereby transforming your smile into a picture perfect one.

Would I Benefit From Tooth Bonding?


There are numerous reasons to have dental bonding done to your teeth. If the teeth are severely decayed or have been cracked by trauma, bonding may be beneficial. Before bonding decayed teeth, the cavities need to be filled with resin to ready them for the bonding material. If the shape of the teeth needs to be changed, or if a large space exists between teeth, dental bonding may also be a great solution. Teeth that are stained or discolored can be improved and brightened by teeth bonding. If you have a few teeth that are slightly out of place, bonding may also be for you. If you want all of your teeth to appear the same size and straight, then dental bonding is a perfect solution.

Pros and Cons of Tooth Bonding


Tooth bonding is relatively inexpensive and is done in a single appointment. While a single tooth takes practically no time at all, the more teeth bonded at a single time, the longer the appointment. It’s a non-invasive procedure that is entirely painless. No anesthesia is necessary during the process.

One disadvantage to bonded teeth is that they are not stain resistant. Also, it is imperative patients take care of their bonded teeth or the bonded sections will not last as long. The materials used for bonding can break and fall off the tooth if patients do not practice good oral hygiene.

Caring for Bonded Teeth


It is important for patients to have good oral hygiene habits while taking care of their bonded teeth. Do not bite your nails, chew gum, chew ice, or other overly hard foods. To make your bonded teeth last as long as possible, you should floss once every day, brush your teeth in the morning and at night, and use a good antiseptic mouthwash to rinse your teeth twice a day. Also, do not forget to visit us for your regular checkups and professional cleanings.

If you need to have a tooth bonded, look no further as we can provide the service. You should contact our team of professionals at [[[CLEINTEX:PracticeName]]] by calling us at [[[CLEINTEX:OfficePhone]]].
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