Times Where Dental Bonding Can Make a Big DifferenceIf your teeth have decay, aside from just fillings, then you may be able to use dental bonding to help cover those imperfections. Some decaying teeth, even after they have been repaired, still have stains on them, which dental bonding can cover.
Teeth that get chipped or cracked can often be repaired through the use of dental bonding. The chips can be polished so they aren't sharp, and dental bonding can be used to build out the portion of the tooth that was lost from the chip and during the polishing process.
Gaps between your teeth can be filled in with dental bonding in many cases. The prosthodontist can fill in a bit of the gap from both of the teeth that surround the gap, allowing the gap to close with minor work to each surrounding tooth.
Teeth that came in with a slightly off shape can also be reshaped with the use of dental bonding. The material can fill in odd spots that didn't fill in fully before the tooth erupted.
To find out what other options you have when considering dental bonding, ask your prosthodontist. They can suggest fixes for some of the issues they know of that are currently going on in your mouth. If you have any questions, or if you would like to learn more, please call us today at (906) 212-4725.