Dental Bonding in Valley Village

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Dental Bonding in Valley Village

What Is Dental Bonding?

Dental bonding involves using a tooth-colored composite resin material to improve your smile. It's arguably the most affordable cosmetic dental treatment and is completely non-invasive. The composite resin material mimics the tooth’s natural color, blending coherently with the rest of the tooth. This hides imperfections like small chips, cracks, and stains, resulting in a beautiful smile to boost your confidence.

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What Dental Bonding Fixes

Minor Cavities

Dental bonding is ideal for fixing minor cavities that don’t extend to the tooth’s canals. They’re especially useful for areas with low bite pressure, such as the front teeth that don’t do much chewing. The bonding material can cover the cavities, stopping the infection from spreading and preventing further infection.

Exposed Tooth Roots

Gum disease could lead to gum recession, where the gum recedes below the gum line. This can cause sensitivity issues and ugly boundaries on the affected teeth. Dentists can use dental bonding to cover the recessed portion of the teeth, eliminating sensitivity issues permanently.

Discolored Teeth

Dental bonding is an affordable way of getting rid of stains and discoloration in the teeth. The bonding material covers up the discolored segments of the teeth for a spotless smile.

What to Expect During Dental Bonding?

Preparation and Tooth Conditioning

Dental bonding starts with the dentist comparing your tooth’s color to a color guide. This lets them find composite resins that match your teeth’s color. Next, the dentist applies a mild etching acid on the affected region, creating small micropores that increase the surface area for adhesion with the bonding material.

Application and Shaping of Resin Material

After conditioning the teeth, the dentist will carefully apply the resin material to the bonded teeth in layers. Afterwards, the dentist will shape and sculpt the resin material to match your tooth’s natural contours and blend with the rest of the teeth.

Polishing and Final Adjustments

If satisfied, the dentist will trim the excess bonding material for a clean finish. They’ll also use gritty toothpaste and a soft-bristle brush to polish the surface of the bonded teeth, giving it a natural sheer. Lastly, the dentist will issue instructions for caring for your teeth before sending you home.

Before & Afters

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Frequently Asked Questions

Check out these frequently asked questions, or call us to speak with our team.

Will Others Be Able to Pick Out My Bonded Teeth?

The dentist carefully selects the composite resin material used during dental bonding to match your tooth’s color. That way, it’s hard for the undiscerning person to notice you have bonded teeth. Moreover, the bonding materials also feel like your natural teeth and essentially become part of it.

Does My Bonded Teeth Require Special Cleaning?

No, your bonded teeth don’t require specialized cleaning or extra dental work after the procedure. Keeping your bonded teeth clean is as easy as brushing and flossing them daily. However, we advise avoiding consuming highly-pigmented foods or they might stain your bonded teeth.

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