Dental Bonding

What You Need To Know About Dental Bonding

Visiting a dentist from time to time is something that we all need to do to keep our teeth healthy. The practices of modern dentistry have made it possible for everyone to have a great smile. Dental bonding is one such method which we offer to fix a variety of dental issues. 


At Gardner Dental Group, we have been providing various dentistry services in Burlington for over 20 years. Our aim is to make the visit of our clients as comfortable as possible. You can consult us whenever you or your family members need dental care.


What Is Dental Bonding?


It is a cosmetic procedure where tooth-coloured composite resin is applied to one or more of your teeth for damage repair. It’s a cost-effective solution that is simple and painless. It doesn’t need anesthesia or numbing except when filling cavities. 


The process begins with the dentist etching the tooth’s surface with a gel or a liquid for conditioning. The resin is then applied and moulded to imitate real teeth. Ultraviolet light is subsequently used for hardening. The whole process can be completed under an hour.


Why Get Dental Bonding?

The procedure can fix several problems. You should be considering it if you have to:


• Repair decayed teeth
• Close gaps between teeth
• Repair or replace cracked or chipped teeth
• Change the shape of a tooth that’s deformed for any reason

• Protect a tooth’s root from a receding gum line


Advantages of Dental Bonding

The procedure is among the easiest and least expensive. Unlike crown and veneers that have to be manufactured in a lab, bonding can be usually done in one visit. The scenario only changes if there are several teeth involved and the amount of enamel removed is less than in other processes.


How to Prepare for Bonded Teeth?

Although the procedure generally doesn’t need any special preparation, it’s essential to know whether you are a suitable candidate. It might not work if you have severe tooth decay or damage which requires a crown or veneer.


What to Do After the Treatment?

Maintaining your teeth after the procedure is not that difficult. Self-care tips include:


• Brushing and then flossing (at least twice a day)
• Not biting your nails
• Avoiding tobacco, tea and coffee for the first few days

• Scheduling regular dental visits every six months


Let Gardner Dental Group Help

It’s very important to choose an experienced dentist for dental bonding as it requires technical skills. Our experienced dentists are up to date in providing services that range from family dentistry to dental surgeries. We also provide emergency services and are a part of Burlington Dental Academy’s emergency services network.


Call us to fix an appointment and read our blog for information on finding the right family dentist.

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