Cosmetic Bonding

What Is Cosmetic Bonding?

Tooth bonding is a cosmetic dental procedure that involves applying a custom-tinted composite resin to your teeth, also known as composite bonding. It can repair a range of common complaints, including:

? Gaps between teeth

? Irregularly shaped or chipped teeth

? Fractured or cracked teeth

? Discoloration and decay

? Short teeth

? Protection of exposed roots (due to receding gumlines)

Cosmetic bonding may be the best choice for people who want to correct chips, gaps, staining, or other imperfections on their front teeth. Front teeth are under the least pressure while chewing your food, the bonding resin won’t be at as high of a risk for damage.

Dental bonding along with teeth reshaping offer dentists great way to get best cosmetic results at low cost and less time. During reshaping, the dentist removes small amounts of tooth enamel (the outer covering of the tooth) in order to change the shape, length, or surface of one or more teeth. Read more about Teeth Reshaping

Cost for Cosmetic Bonding

The average cost of dental bonding ranges whether it is done for structural reasons or to fill a cavity. Dental bonding typically requires only one office visit.

Advantages of Cosmetic Bonding

? Cosmetic bonding is a fantastic alternative for those who aren’t     interested in or don’t qualify for veneers.

? Many people prefer bonding over veneers because it tends to be less expensive and doesn’t always require shaving down your tooth enamel.

? Dental bonding is one of the easiest and most cost-effective cosmetic dental procedures available.

? It’s also much faster because you don’t have to wait for a third party to manufacture a tooth covering as with veneers or crowns.

Disadvantages of Cosmetic Bonding

? The composite resin used with this procedure do not last as long nor are as strong as other restorative procedures, such as crowns, veneers, or fillings.

? You may develop some discoloration if you smoke or drink a lot of coffee. Because it is not stain resistant as other dental materials.

? A bonded tooth might chip if you eat ice, chew on pens or pencils, bite your fingernails, or bite down on hard food or candy. So it is suitable for small cosmetic defects and repair of front teeth where bite pressure is low.

How you care for Bonded Teeth?

Taking care of your bonded teeth helps extend its life include:

? brushing at least twice a day and flossing daily

? avoiding hard food and candy

? not biting your nails

? avoiding coffee, tea, and tobacco for the first two days after the procedure to avoid stains

? scheduling regular dental cleanings every six months

? See a dentist if you accidentally chip or break the bonding material, or if you feel any sharp or rough edges after the procedure.

Alternatives to Cosmetic Bonding

The alternatives to direct dental bonding depend on why you need direct dental bonding.

? If you want dental bonding to repair a discolored or stained tooth, you might consider getting your teeth whitened instead — if your dentists thinks this approach will be effective for you.

? If your dentist suggests dental bonding to realign your teeth, you may want to inquire about getting wire or removable braces. This may produce the same results, though it may take longer.

Is Cosmetic Bonding Right for You?

If you have any further questions about cosmetic bonding or want to get this dental process started, Innovativesmile is here to help. Our experienced team of professionals dentists can help you decide which treatment is best for you and your smile.

Just visit our Bhubaneswar (Khandagiri) or Phulnakhara Clinic directly, or complete a simple Registration form, appoint our dentist at your suitable time.

Whether for first or second opinion, you can teleconsult on whatsapp mode with our senior dentist, Dr. Swastik. Hence before visiting our office you discuss your oral problems at the comfort of your house or office.

Innovativesmile always ready for any oral emergencies related to pain, bleeding or orofacial trauma. You just call our office and we provide you quick appointment because we know emergency demand immediate treatment.

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