Learning Oral Health Facts on Dental Bonding

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If you wish to drastically enhance the look of a tooth, there are numerous treatments to consider. One highly effective option that tends to be popular is dental bonding. Dental bonding applies materials directly to the surfaces of teeth that are tooth-colored in appearance, so they will blend in easily. With a dental bond, you can effectively treat a tooth without the fear of drastically changing your smile.

If you have suffered any form of dental damage that has left you with an abnormal or irregular tooth, it may be possible to repair the damage with a dental bonding treatment. Dental bonding treatments are extremely effective for surface ailments such as cracks or chips, or discolorations and stains. Typically, dental bonding treatments are applied directly the surfaces of teeth with a material such as porcelain or resin.

In order to ensure your dental bonding treatment works effectively, it is important to keep it in place for up to ten years. If it’s beginning to wear down, it will need to be repaired or replaced. In addition, dental bonding treatments are extremely effective for altering and adjusting the shape of teeth, and can even be used to elongate teeth or fill in gaps between teeth.

If you have suffered any form of gum recession that has exposed the roots of teeth, dental bonding treatments will be needed to help protect the exposed portion of the tooth’s root. In addition, they can be used to fill in tooth cavities with composite resins. They’re also extremely appealing as cosmetic alternatives to amalgam fillings and will naturally mimic the color of your teeth.

When the going gets tough, the tough get dental bonding treatments. Your smile depends on dental bonding treatments if you truly want to climb to the top of the oral health care ladder. If you want to experience the joys of dental bonding treatments at Solomon & Wright Associates, P.C., simply call Dr. David Solomon and our team at 781-665-5222 to schedule an appointment at our dentist office in Melrose, Massachusetts.