Dental bonding is a popular and affordable cosmetic dentistry procedure that can improve your smile’s appearance. Dental bonding repairs chipped or cracked teeth, fills in gaps between teeth, and can even change the color or shape of your teeth.
If you are interested in learning more about dental bonding in Delaware, OH, or if you would like to schedule a consultation, contact us today. We look forward to helping you achieve the beautiful, healthy smile you deserve!
Dental bonding is a cosmetic procedure that can improve your smile by:
Dental amalgams don’t release enough dangerous substances into your body to be of any consequence. A possible alternative paragraph would be that amalgam fillings/restorations do not bond to teeth whereas composite resin does. This bonding offers advantages in several situations to an amalgam restoration. These advantages include strengthening the teeth, preservation of tooth structure, greater resistance to falling out, reduced temperature sensitivity and far superior aesthetics.
If you’re short on time or want your smile back ASAP, cosmetic dental bonding is a quick and simple solution that can be done in as little as 30-60 minutes per tooth. In addition, the process is minimally invasive, so there’s no need to take time off –– you can leave your appointment and carry on with your day as usual.
In addition, cosmetic dental bonding is a long-term solution that can provide beautiful results after just one visit.
Dr. Batterton will prepare the tooth by cleaning it, then roughen its surface using a mild abrasive. This helps the dental bonding material adhere better to your tooth. He will apply a conditioning liquid to the tooth’s surface.
Next, Dr. Batterton will select a putty-like resin that closely matches the color of your tooth. He will then mold and shape the resin to match the desired look of your tooth.
Once Dr. Batterton is satisfied with the shape and size, he will use a specific wave length blue light to harden the resin. Finally, he will polish and buff the bonding material until it matches the rest of your tooth’s surface.