Cosmetic Tooth Bonding
A flawless smile is what counts for aesthetic beauty. No matter how much we try, there are times when our perfect smile can be sabotaged either accidentally or due to dental problems that grow gradually. In all circumstances, the damaged teeth give an unappealing look to your personality. If you are also the one who has gone through the same, do not worry. At Royalty Dental Associates in Cypress, TX, we can fix your chipped, broken or gaps in teeth with our cosmetic tooth bonding
Cosmetic tooth bonding-what is it?
Cosmetic tooth bonding is an effective way to correct the defects in your teeth. It can fix broken, chipped, and discolored teeth and can also fill the gaps in between teeth. In the process, the dentists bond tooth-colored material to the affected area with adhesive. Often bonding material is also called composite resins and is similar to the material used for filling teeth.
A tactfully performed bonding will be similar to your original teeth. It will be a little secret between you and your dentist as no one will be able to distinguish between bonding and natural teeth. The entire process is quick and easy. Furthermore, our dentists at Royalty Dental Associates do not need any drilling for fitting the bonding to your teeth.
Our dentist, before putting resin, will apply a particular material to enamel that will make it a bit rough so that bonding sticks easily to teeth. After attaching resin properly to the tooth, the dentist will give a proper shape to it using special tools. The dentists then shine a blue UV light for a few seconds to harden the resin. Once the resin becomes hardened, the dentist will again give it a shape to correct sharp edges. To complete the process, the dentist polishes the bonding to give it a natural shining. At Royalty Dental Associates, the bonding process needs a single visit and would take around 30 minutes to one hour.
The dentists at Royalty Dental Associates in Cypress TX will brief you about the entire procedure and will also make you aware of the associated risks. This will help you judge for yourself if cosmetic tooth bonding is the best option for you to correct your damaged teeth.