How Is Dental Bonding Performed?

Whether your teeth are gapped, chipped, cracked, or irregularly shaped, if you are unhappy with the appearance of your teeth, you may benefit from dental bonding. Dental bonding involves placing a durable resin onto the teeth and hardening it with a localized light. This allows for a cosmetically improved smile and often a stronger, more functional one.

Dental Bonding Procedure

The procedure for dental bonding in Beverly Hills involves little prior preparation. Anesthesia is rarely required, only when bonding is filling a severely damaged or decayed tooth. The resin bonded to your teeth is selected to closely match the color of the rest of your teeth.

Prior to bonding, the tooth surface is coarsened before receiving a conditioning liquid. These things help facilitate the bonding. The tooth-colored resin is then shaped to fit over your tooth. An ultraviolet laser hardens this material, completing the bonding. After the resin hardens, your dentist will continue to shape and polish the tooth to ensure it matches the rest of your mouth.

Dental Bonding Advantages

Dental bonding involves an easy, no-fuss procedure. It is also one of the least pricey cosmetic treatments you can choose for your teeth. So long as only a couple teeth are involved in the procedure, dental bonding requires only one office visit. On top of it all, very little tooth enamel is removed in preparation for dental bonding. This puts many patients at ease.

Call today for a consultation regarding dental bonding, its procedure, and what it can do for you.

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