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Does Dental Bonding Blend in with Your Natural Tooth?
Posted on 6/25/2018 by Dr. Hallas
If you are having a dental bonding procedure completed, you may be wondering if the process will ensure your new cosmetic covering will blend in well with the natural tooth. An experienced dentist will be able to provide a bonding procedure for cosmetic needs that blends well with your natural teeth. Coloring and shape are considered so that your smile looks natural and complete. Dental bonding is used in situations where cracks in the teeth are present as well as gaps or other issues. Creating a Beautiful SmileDental bonding can be used in a variety of scenarios to improve your smile. Bonding may be applied to one or several teeth, depending on your individual situation. The dentist will compare the color of your existing teeth as well as shape to ensure the bonding resin used will match up nicely. The bonding will blend well with your natural teeth due to these considerations as well as based on the application process. Bonding ApplicationWhen applying a dental bonding, the tooth or teeth must be prepared. The surface of the tooth will be roughened a bit so that the resin can bond properly and adhere to the tooth. Once the surface is ready, the resin is added and then molded. Shaping is completed so that the new tooth appears the same as your natural tooth. With an experienced dentist providing the application, you can rest assured knowing that your new addition will blend well with existing teeth. No one will know the difference, and only notice your beautiful smile. Learn more about dental bonding, such as how the process can blend nicely with your existing teeth, by contacting us today. We are happy to assist with more information on the process as well as determine if dental bonding is the right procedure for your oral needs....
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6/25/2018
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Top Three Considerations When Recovering from Dental Implant Surgery
4/10/2018
Ways to Prevent Denture Pain
3/10/2018
How You Can Avoid Denture Pain
2/10/2018
Causes of Denture Odors
1/10/2018
What Method Works Best for Removing Dental Bonding Stains?
12/10/2017
What Option Works Best for Just One Missing Tooth?
11/15/2017
Can You Get Whiter Dentures?
10/15/2017
Should You Ask About Laser Gum Disease Treatment
9/20/2017
The Purpose of a Temporary Crown
8/13/2017
What Dental Bonding Can Do to Improve Your Smile
7/23/2017
Top 3 Causes of Denture Pain
6/13/2017
Keeping Your Mouth Healthy With Dentures - What to Know
5/17/2017
Tooth Problems That Could Make Getting a Crown Impossible
4/15/2017
Does a Tooth with No Root Still Hurt?
3/13/2017
What is Denture Stomatitis?
2/10/2017
You Can Enjoy a Good Steak Even with Dentures
1/10/2017
Learning if You are a Good Candidate for Dental Bonding
12/10/2016
Recovering From a Root Canal: What You Should Know
11/10/2016
When to Go with Instant Dentures and When Customized Would Be Better
10/20/2016
How Much of Your Tooth Do You Lose When You Get a Bridge?
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Best Ways to Avoid Bruxism
8/20/2016
Denture Problems All Senior Caregivers Should Know About
7/30/2016


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