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What’s Dental Bonding?

Dental bonding is a simple cosmetic dentistry procedure. Your dentist uses a shade guide to help choose a resin color that best matches your natural teeth color. Next, your dentist applies this composite resin to repair your teeth. Problem teeth that have chipping, decay, or discoloration.

Do I Need Teeth Bonding?

If you don’t like the look or function of your teeth, bonding will help. The composite resin will undergo shaping to match the surrounding teeth. Resulting in complete color matching, size, shape, lengths. So patients with any teeth imperfections of size, shape, and spacing will benefit.

How Long Does Dental Bonding Last?

The lifespan of a dental bond will depend on various factors. Mainly how much bonding material was used and one’s daily oral habits. On average, bonding will last for 3 to 10 years before needing any touch-ups or replacement.

Does Tooth Bonding Break Easily?

While dental bonding isn’t as strong as your natural teeth, they still shouldn’t break. With regular check-ups and good oral hygiene habits, your bonding will last many years. Still, use common sense with maintaining your bonding. This means avoiding biting into extremely hard foods such as ice. Limit acidic foods like vinegar or pineapple. Also, it’s best to avoid teeth clenching and fingernail biting.

What Are The Benefits?

Patients and dentists choose Teeth Bonding for a variety of reasons. Common reasons include:

  • affordability and cost, dental bonding is the least expensive cosmetic dental procedure
  • time savings, the procedure takes a single visit for completion
  • no special preparation needed in the procedure
  • fast results, immediate boost in self-confidence
  • no major risks, no side effects
  • less invasive, little to no removal of your enamel

So if you want to enhance the look and function of your teeth, call Glo Modern Dentistry. Our dentist in Hollywood has successfully helped many patient restore their smiles and confidence. Stop living with imperfect teeth. Get your glowing smile back.

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Beverly Hills • Century City • Hancock Park • Hollywood • Hollywood Hills
Los Angeles and West Hollywood

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