7 July 2018
7 July 2018, Comments: 0

Bonding is one of the most common dental procedures and practised by almost every dentist. Unlike dental veneers which take time moulding and fitting, bonding can be done quickly, and often in a single visit. The process involves using a composite resin material (plastic) to repair damaged teeth and has many applications. The resin is applied to cover or fill:
– Chips
– Cracks
– Small gaps
Tooth bonding resin is pliable and can “form practically any shape” and can also be coloured to match the existing tooth colour making it an ideal compound for cosmetic dental surgery. More details about bonding can be read at http://yourdentalhealthresource.com/how-can-tooth-bonding-improve-my-smile/

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