Bonding Restores the Look and Function of Teeth
The dental bonding process involves the adhesion of a tooth-colored resin to the tooth. The resin is then cured under a special light, which creates a hardened and durable bond between the tooth and the resin.
Bonding is used to address a wide range of dental needs, including:
- The repair of decayed teeth
- The repair of cracked and chipped teeth
- To restore the appearance of discolored teeth
- To change the shape or size of a tooth
- To fill in cracks or spaces between teeth
Direct Resin Bonding—Two Front Teeth
The old resin bonding wasn’t holding up very well; plus she desired a whiter look. After some pre-whitening, it’s off with the old and on with the new direct resin binding, all in one visit. We went a touch whiter, for she was not done whitening yet.
Sometimes all it takes is a single appointment direct resin bonding of two discolored front teeth to rejuvenate a smile for a teenager.
Direct Resin Bonding
Look what can be done in one visit to repair decayed and fractured teeth! It is not easy, but it is what we routinely do.