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By Rochester Dental
February 12, 2021
Category: Cosmetic Dentistry
Tags: Dental Bonding  

Dental Bonding and Your Teeth

Dental bonding is a simple, inexpensive procedure used to repair cracked or broken teeth. Also known as "tooth bonding," this non-invasive procedure applies a composite resin to your teeth which repairs and restores small damages. To find out if dental bonding is right for you visit Rochester Dental in Troy, MI, where Dr. William Carmody and Dr. Debra Halsey can fill you in on the full dental bonding process.

How Does Dental Bonding Repair Your Teeth?

Dental bonding is most commonly used to repair teeth that have been chipped or cracked from mouth trauma. Anyone can crack a tooth, whether an incident on the court or an accident with a cup, a chipped tooth can cause a variety of dental health problems. Fixing broken teeth is vital for your oral health. It helps you chew and speak properly to prevent further damage to your mouth. Luckily, tooth bonding can easily repair a tooth in as little as one visit to your Troy, MI, dentist.

To repair the tooth, a composite resin is applied to the affected area to fill in the gaps and reshape the tooth. The resin is very pliable which allows the dentist to mold it into any shape and match it to any shade. After the resin is applied, your dentist will use a strong UV light to set the bonding and your tooth repair will be complete. The bonding reshapes broken teeth to a healthy state so you can smile, eat, and speak freely without embarrassment.

Is Dental Bonding Right for Your Teeth?

If you are looking for an inexpensive solution to gapped or chipped teeth then dental bonding is perfect for you. Tooth bonding is one the most cost-effective procedure performed by dentists. A single visit can have a major impact on your smile, so let cosmetic dentists Dr. Carmody and Dr. Halsey improve your smile today at Rochester Dental.

Tooth bonding is not only for minor accidents, it can also repair defects in teeth such as discoloration, gaps, or short teeth. These cosmetic corrections are used on patients every day to great success. Even if your teeth are mostly healthy, dental bonding could repair uneven teeth giving you a perfect smile to be proud of.

If you are looking for an economical and effortless solution to your dental troubles, Rochester Dental is here for you. Get your next Dental Bonding in Troy, MI, with Dr. Carmody and Dr. Halsey. Call (248) 528-0700 to find out more information or to schedule an appointment.