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Dental Bonding Pontotoc MS


Dentist and assistant performing a dental bonding procedure on a female patient at South Main Dental in Pontotoc, MSIf you have cracked or chipped teeth, you may not know what to do about it or how to fix it.

Dental veneers may seem like too much and a dental crown isn't what you need.

To learn about the benefits of dental bonding, visit South Main Dental.

What is Dental Bonding?


Dental bonding, also known as composite bonding or teeth bonding, is a popular cosmetic dental procedure designed to enhance the appearance of your teeth.

This minimally invasive treatment utilizes tooth-colored resin to improve the shape, color, and size of damaged teeth.

Dental bonding is commonly used to address issues such as cracks, chips, gaps, spaces, and teeth discoloration.

The best part is that this procedure is painless, straightforward, and entirely reversible.

The Dental Bonding Procedure


Before undergoing dental bonding, you will discuss your cosmetic goals with the dentist.

Following this, the dentist will examine your gums and teeth to ensure you are a suitable candidate for the procedure. In some cases, X-rays may be taken for further evaluation.

If you have underlying dental issues like severe tooth decay or gum disease, we dentist will recommend addressing these concerns first.

For the dental bonding procedure, the dentist will first select the composite resin. A shade guide will be used to choose a composite resin material that closely matches the color of your natural teeth.

The dentist will then prepare the tooth by roughening its surface and applying a conditioning fluid to ensure optimal bonding of the composite resin.

The composite resin material will then carefully be applied and shaped to achieve the desired appearance. The dentist will use a curing light to harden the material.

Any necessary adjustments will be made to ensure the bonded tooth looks natural and fits seamlessly with your other teeth.

The entire procedure typically takes about an hour and is generally painless.

Benefits of Dental Bonding


Dental bonding offers several advantages.

Unlike procedures like dental crowns or porcelain veneers, dental bonding requires minimal alteration of your natural teeth.

Dental bonding effectively addresses various cosmetic concerns, including cracks, gaps, chips, and discoloration. The procedure is completed in a single dental visit, saving you time.

With proper care, dental bonding can last up to 10 years before needing maintenance.

Caring for Your Bonded Teeth


After dental bonding, it's essential to maintain proper dental hygiene to extend the longevity of your bonded teeth.

Be sure to brush and floss your teeth daily to remove plaque and prevent staining.

Schedule routine dental cleanings and check-ups to monitor the condition of your bonded teeth.

Minimize consumption of staining substances like coffee, tea, and red wine, and avoid smoking.

Protect your teeth and refrain from chewing on hard objects like ice or hard candies, and rinse your mouth with water after consuming acidic foods.

If you play contact sports, wear a sports mouthguard to protect your teeth.

Consider a nightguard if you grind or clench your teeth.

If you experience any discomfort or notice damage to the bonding, contact us promptly for evaluation and potential repair.

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For flawless dental bonding, visit South Main Dental.

Contact us today at (662) 586-2311 for further inquiries and to schedule your consultation. Discover how dental bonding can enhance your smile and boost your confidence.
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