Dental bonding is one of the few dental procedures that are not known by many people, and if you are one of them, then this information is for you. This procedure can be considered a form of cosmetic dentistry since it is aimed at improving the appearance of your teeth and therefore your smile.
It is imperative that your teeth are well prepared before the application of the resin material. This will contribute to ensuring that the resin bonds with the teeth properly.
This preparation is a simple procedure that will not likely cause pain, so there will be no use of an anesthesia. However, if the tooth is prepared for the application of the resin is decayed, requires shaping and drilling, or has exposed nerves, the dentist will put you under anesthesia. Another thing that the dentist notes is the color of your teeth. The resin should match the color of your teeth to make it invisible.
After ensuring the tooth is ready for the application of the resin, the dentist will go ahead and roughen its surface. This again, is to promote the bonding process. The first application will be of a conditioning liquid to set the foundation for the resin. After that, the resin will be applied followed by molding and shaping to the desired shape, most likely that of the tooth. A laser beam is used on the resin to harden it before further shaping and polishing.
The first advantage of dental bonding Los Angeles that makes it a viable option for many people is the fact that it is considerably cheaper than most cosmetic dentistry procedures. You will not need any lab procedures, and it can take only one visit to the Top Dentist in LA office to bond a number of teeth. What’s more, the procedure is painless in general. Among the downsides of dental bonding are breaking of teeth and staining. Also, the resin color may not perfectly match that of the other teeth.
If you are not sure whether you need dental bonding, the following are some of the conditions that can be corrected using dental bonding:
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