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Altering Your Appearance Using Dental Bonding

Woman smilingDo you have a chipped, cracked, broken, decaying, or stained tooth? We can help you. At David Crumpton, DDS we offer a wide range of dental solutions, which help to restore the function and appearance of your teeth. Dental bonding is one of these services that we offer. If you are experiencing cosmetic dental problems, dental bonding can offer you a fast and affordable solution.

What Does Dental Bonding Involve?

Dental bonding is a cosmetic dental procedure, which makes use of a tooth-colored composite material to restore the function and appearance of the teeth. The material is applied to the affected tooth, before being sculpted to shape it, hardened to increase the structural strength of the tooth, and polished to give it a nice appearance.

The composite material completely bonds to the tooth, forming a single structure – hence the name dental bonding. This allows it to be used in fixing a wide range of dental problems.

Benefits and Shortcomings of Dental Bonding?

Dental bonding offers several benefits, which include
•  Low-cost dental solutions –
•  dental bonding is one of the most affordable restorative dental solutions. The cost of dental bonding is cheaper compared to other dental treatments that offer similar solutions –
•  crowns, veneers, etc.
•  Faster tooth restoration –
•  unlike most dental restorative procedures, dental bonding only requires one treatment, and even then, it is usually completed in a matter of minutes. Therefore, with dental bonding, you can enjoy instant teeth restoration benefits.
•  Simple and non-invasive procedure –
•  dental bonding is not invasive –
•  unless when being used to treat tooth decay when a minimal invasion is involved. The procedure is thus very simple and is often performed without the need for anesthesia. Due to the simplicity of the procedure, there is a considerably lower risk of complications.

Dental bonding does have a few shortcomings, which include
•  Staining of composite material –
•  while the composite material used in dental bonding can help to greatly improve your appearance, it can also stain over time, just like your natural teeth.
•  Less durable –
•  the material used in dental bonding is not as durable as the materials used in alternative treatment options such as dental crowns or veneers. However, if properly taken care of, just as you would your natural teeth, dental bonding benefits can last several years.

Is Dental Bonding Right for You?

Dental bonding can be an ideal choice for you if you are experiencing the following dental problems
•  Cracked teeth –
•  the composite material can fill the cracks, thus restoring the structure and appearance of your teeth
•  Broken or chipped teeth –
•  the composite material can be applied on a broken or chipped tooth, before being shaped, hardened, and polished to restore the original structure and appearance.
•  Tooth decay - decay that affects the surface of a tooth can be fixed using dental bonding. The decaying material is first removed, then the composite bonding material used to fill up space.
•  Tooth staining –
•  dental decay is one of the teeth whitening treatments that are used to get rid of stains.
•  Gapped teeth –
•  dental decay can offer a fast solution for fixing unusually large space between your teeth. The composite material can help to extend the size of your teeth, thus closing down the gaps.
•  Showing silver fillings –
•  silver fillings are extremely durable, which makes them a great choice for dental restorations. However, they are easily noticeable, especially when used on the visible teeth. Dental bonding can, however, help to cover them up, thus allowing you to enjoy both the strong structure of silver fillings and a natural tooth appearance.

Using dental bonding, David Crumpton, DDS can help to restore the strength and natural appearance of your teeth, and in a simple and affordable way. Call us today at 817-678-7395 to schedule an appointment.


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