Dental bonding is a cosmetic procedure that uses a tooth-colored composite resin material to improve your smile. This procedure is used to repair chips, close gaps, or change the shape and color of a tooth. Unlike other cosmetic dental treatments, such as porcelain veneers, dental bonding is completely reversible. Unlike veneers, cosmetic dental bonding can be done completely in-house at your dental clinic.
And if you're only repairing one or a few teeth, it's possible to complete the process in a single visit. Cosmetic dental bonding, also called dental bonding, uses a tooth-colored composite resin to repair one or just a few teeth. This material will perfectly hide the stains, chips, cracks or gaps caused by those small and annoying defects that detract from a smile that would otherwise be attractive. Due to some of its limitations, cosmetic bonding is best used as a solution for short-term cosmetic correction and for correcting teeth in areas with very low bite pressure, such as the front of the teeth.
Since dental bonding requires some artistic skill for optimal aesthetic results, it's important to choose a dentist with experience in the procedure. In addition, cosmetic bonding is often a much more conservative option than other cosmetic options that require teeth modification first.