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What Is Dental Bonding?

Dental bonding is a very popular cosmetic procedure that uses a tooth colored material made of resin to enhance your smile. This treatment is used primarily to repair chips, close gaps between teeth, change the shape or color of the tooth. The entire procedure may be finished in just one visit to our office and typically takes between 30 minutes per tooth.

If you want to make aesthetic changes to your smile, dental bonding is a fantastic treatment. It can fix little aesthetic problems including cracked, chipped, and discolored teeth. Additionally, it can be utilized to fix slightly misaligned teeth or close spaces between teeth. Dental bonding is a safe and painless treatment that does not involve drilling or anesthesia.

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Benefits Of Dental Bonding

In addition to enhancing the look of your smile, composite bonding is a quick and reasonably priced treatment that may be finished in just one visit to our dental office. Additionally, the composite material used for bonding is strong and with proper oral hygiene, dental bonding may last up to 8 years.

The results of dental bonding look natural since the material used for bonding is matched to the color of your natural tooth enamel. This makes it a great choice for people who wish to enhance their smile and boost their confidence without anybody noticing you had dental work completed.

Most importantly, it guards the teeth from additional harm, which helps to promote dental health. Your teeth may be more vulnerable to decay and other issues if they have chips or fissures. These voids are filled in with dental bonding, which also shields the teeth from future harm.

The Process Of Dental Bonding

In order to prepare the tooth for dental bonding, our dentist softly etches the tooth surface and applies a conditioning liquid. This makes it more likely that the bonding agent will attach to the tooth correctly. The tooth will next be shaped as required after being covered in a thin coating of tooth-colored resin. After that, the material is placed in place and hardened using a blue light. The composite resin material will then be polished by our dentist to give it a smooth, shiny appearance.

With the right dental care and oral hygiene, your dental bonding’s can last 8–10 years. Practice appropriate dental hygiene, such as brushing and flossing your teeth twice daily to keep them clean and clear of plaque to guarantee that your bonded teeth stay in excellent condition.

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What Is The Cost Of Dental Bonding

Depending on the size of the tooth and the quantity of teeth being treated, dental bonding normally costs between $100 and $400 per tooth.

Is Dental Bonding Covered By Insurance?

Dental bonding is seen as a cosmetic operation, hence the majority of insurance policies do not cover the expense of it. However, some plans could provide a portion of coverage for specific operations. It is essential to verify with your insurance to determine if dental bonding is covered by them.

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