Cosmetic Bonding at Cayon Dental
When tooth bonding is used?
- To fill composite resins into cavities
- To close spaces between teeth
- To repair decayed teeth
- To change the shape of teeth
- To make teeth look longer
- To improve the appearance of discoloured teeth
- To repair chipped or cracked teeth
- To protect a portion of the tooth’s root that has been exposed when gums recede
- As a cosmetic alternative to amalgam fillings
Procedure of cosmetic bonding:
- The initial step is to plan a meeting with your dentist so you can talk about your treatment objectives. Your dentist will utilize a shade manual to select the composite resin shading that matches the shading, of the tooth or teeth, generally intently.
- Once your dentist has decided the resin colour, the dentist will marginally scratch the outside of the tooth to roughen it. The tooth will at that point be covered gently with a conditioning fluid, which enables the holding material to follow.
- When the tooth is ready, your dentist will apply the tooth-shaded, putty-like resin. The resin is formed and smoothed until it’s the required shape. At that point, the material is solidified with an ultraviolet or laser.
- After the bonding material solidifies, your dentist will additionally trim and shape it and polish the material until it matches the sheen of the surrounding the tooth surface.
- The process normally takes 30 minutes to an hour to finish. In case you’re having more than one tooth done, you may need to plan additional time or extra visits.
Post cosmetic bonding care:
- Bush at least twice a day and floss daily
- Don’t bit your nails
- For first two days stop yourself from having coffee, tea, and tobacco, this will help in avoiding stains
- Try to avoid hard food and candies
- Scheduling regular dental cleanings every six months
We offer FREE Evaluations for Implants, Veneers and Orthodontics.
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