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Tooth Bonding

Uneven teeth can impact your confidence, affect your speech, and even lead to oral health issues. On the other hand, tooth discoloration and yellowish stains can leave you hesitant to show your smile to others.

Tooth bonding, available at Peerzada Smiles, can give your teeth the shape and color you want and help you get back your self-esteem and oral health.

What is Tooth Bonding?

Bonding is a non-invasive cosmetic dental procedure that involves the application of a tooth-colored resin material to improve the looks and function of your teeth. The process is straightforward, and we can usually complete it in a single dental visit.

Here's how tooth bonding works:

  • Our dentist will start by choosing a shade of resin that matches your natural teeth. Then, they will roughen the surface of the tooth to help the bonding material adhere better.
  • We apply the resin material directly to the tooth and sculpt it to the desired shape.
  • We shine a special curing light to harden the resin and secure it in place.
  • Once the bonding material has hardened, our dentist will trim, shape, and polish it to ensure a natural and aesthetic result.

Common Reasons for Tooth Bonding

Tooth bonding is a versatile solution for a variety of dental concerns, including:

  • Repairing chipped or cracked teeth.
  • Closing gaps between teeth.
  • Correcting the appearance of discolored teeth.
  • Lengthening and reshaping teeth.
  • Covering exposed tooth roots due to gum recession.

How is Tooth Bonding Different from Veneers?

Tooth bonding and veneers both enhance the appearance of teeth, but they differ in several ways. First, bonding is done in a single dental visit, while veneers are custom-made in a laboratory and require multiple appointments.

Bonding also involves putting resin over the tooth's surface, while veneers are thin porcelain shells bonded to the teeth. Finally, bonding is less expensive and requires minimal tooth reduction compared to veneers.

Is Tooth Bonding Painful?

Tooth bonding is generally not painful. In most cases, we don’t need to place anesthesia unless the bonding is being used to treat a cavity or is close to a nerve. At most, you’ll experience minimal discomfort during and after the procedure.

Is Tooth Bonding a Permanent Solution?

Tooth bonding is not considered a permanent solution. However, if you care for them properly, it can last anywhere from 3 to 10 years or longer.

Give Your Teeth the Shape You Want with Tooth Bonding?

If you're interested in improving your smile with tooth bonding, don't hesitate to take the next step. Contact Peerzada Smiles today to schedule your consultation!

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