When assessing your oral health risks, it can be beneficial to look for ways to improve your smile should any damage occur. Thus, it is a good idea to have a preventative plan in place to avoid any dental damage to your teeth and gums. However, accidents do happen. If you should suffer an oral accident or injury that has exposed to a portion of a tooth’s root or any similar situation arises, consider the use of a restoration treatment such as a dental bond.
Dental bonding treatments are cosmetic enhancements for your teeth. If you have any stains, discolorations, misalignments, spacing issues, irregular elongations, misshapen teeth, are suffering from tooth decay or simply wish to repair chips and cracks with teeth, dental bonds can be used. Due to the vast amount of issues that dental bonds can be used for, they are extremely effective and popular amongst individuals who need a tooth-colored restoration without covering up or concealing the tooth itself.
Dental bonds are extremely durable and are known to last over 10 years. If for any reason a dental bond has provided you with years of support, and you are in need of restoration, visit your dentist for an easy replacement or repair. In many situations, dental bonding treatments are highly popular options for people who wish to have their teeth repaired without changing the look of a tooth. If you have any issues with a cavity, it will need to be filled in. Unfortunately, dental amalgam fillings are metallic in appearance, and many individuals often find those visually unappealing. However, as an alternative, consider the use of a resin composite bonding treatments to fill in the cavity with a tooth-colored material that can seamlessly blend in with your natural smile.
Do you still have lingering questions about dental bonding? Neal Vavra and our team at our dental office in Fontana, California are always here to help you take the steps to building a healthier you. You are welcome to call Palm Court Dental at 909-829-3994 to book an appointment with us to discuss your options for dental bonding.