In dental bonding, tooth-colored materials are applied, or bonded, to the tooth surface, giving it a “like-new” appearance.
A significant advantage of bonding is that it is less invasive and does not affect healthy teeth, substance or enamel. That’s why this procedure can be performed without anesthesia.
The dentist first cleans the tooth surface. Then prepared the surface with a slightly acidic material – this preparatory step promotes the binding and hardening of the composite bonding material that will be applied later. After the preparation, the dentist applies the composite material to the tooth and shapes it using appropriate professional dental instruments.
Lastly, the composite material is hardened with UV or laser light and polished.
After such treatment, you can achieve a perfect smile and regain the peace of mind you lacked because of damaged teeth.