Posted on Dec 24, 2018
If you have a tooth that has been cracked, chipped, discolored, or slightly decayed, you will likely be presented with a few restoration options. These will probably include dental veers, crowns, and dental bonding. Bonding is the quickest and most cost-effective of the restoration options, but it’s the one people tend to know the least about.
Dental bonding is a restorative procedure, wherein composite resin is cemented or ‘bonded’ to the surface of the tooth to restore functionality and the look of the tooth. Once the resin has been applied, a special light will harden it and then the resin will be shaped to the proper shape, size, and thickness. Once applied, dental bonding will protect the tooth from sustaining further damage and will improve the way the tooth looks.
Below are a few additional things to know about dental bonding before having the procedure done:
If you’re interested in learning more about dental bonding, or to make an appointment at our Wichita, Kansas family dental office, please contact Auburn Family Dental today.