If you have chipped teeth or teeth that are slightly misaligned, then composite dental bonding 89129 may be a solution for you. Composite Bonding
uses resin material to cover up any imperfections or fill in spaces between teeth. Composite bonding can also be used to cover teeth with signs of erosion or roots that begin to show as a result of gingival recession, also known as receding gums. The procedure for composite bonding is simple for our cosmetic dentist
and can be completed in just one visit to our office.
First, the resin is applied to the tooth and then it is shaped properly. The material is soft at this point and can be molded to fit into tight spots like chips in the enamel. When this is done, a light will be used by our dentist 89129 to harden the resin for a few minutes. When the material has hardened, we will continue to shape the bonding as needed and finally polish it until it matches the surrounding natural tooth.
The resin used in Composite Bonding
is the same used in composite fillings
which are a durable and more aesthetic alternative to metal amalgam fillings. The great thing about composite bonding is that the resin used can be colored to match your natural teeth, allowing you to smile with confidence that your dental work looks natural.
Because of this, composite dental bonding 89129 is often chosen as a less expensive alternative to veneers
. The materials used in composite bonding is the same used in composite fillings
which are a durable and more aesthetic alternative to metal amalgam fillings