Tuesday, 4 April 2017

Tooth Bonding

  • To recondition decomposed teeth (composite resins are used to fill cavities)
  • To fix chipped or cracked teeth
  • To enhance the aspect of discolored teeth
  • To make teeth look longer
  • To close spaces between teeth
  • Another option for cosmetic than amalgam fillings
  • To secure part of the tooth’s root that has been uncover when gums decrease
Methods for tooth bonded

  • Usually, anaesthesia is not needed unless the bonding is being used to fill a decayed tooth.
  • The tooth should be drilled to adjust its shape or the chip that is near to the nerve.
  • Shade pattern will be used by the dentist to choose composite resin color match the color of your teeth
Bonding of the Tooth 
  • The surface of the tooth will be rough and conditioning liquid will be included.
  • The tooth-colored, putty-like resin will be applied, moulded and smoothed to the needed shape.
  • Usually, blue light or laser is used to harden the material.
  • After the material is hardened, your dentist will further cut, reform and polish until it matches the sheen of the rest of the tooth surface.
  • Every tooth will be completed within 30 to 60 minutes.
Advantages of Dental Bonding
  • The easiest and least expensive of cosmetic dental processes.
  • Generally, tooth bonding will be done in the office except many teeth are required.
  • Anaesthesia is needed only if dental bonding is needed to fill a cavity.
Disadvantages of Dental Bonding
  • The material for dental bonding will not resist stains, same with crowns.
  • It can also chip and break off the tooth.
  • Bonding materials do not stay very long or strong like other reinstate procedures.

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