Direct composite bonding uses tooth-hued direct dental composites to fix various types of tooth deficiencies, such as chips, fractures and gaps.
Dental Bonding itself involves adhesion (bonding) of a composite resin to the natural substance of a tooth, such as the enamel or dentin. It's cured with a specialized light to harden all layers and to ensure the material has bonded to the tooth.
Tooth dental bonding methods are known for their versatility and fall under various clinical branches including operative, preventative, cosmetic and pediatric dentistry, as well as prosthodontics and orthodontics.
Dental bonding is one of the easiest and least expensive cosmetic dental procedures.
If you have a tooth that has been damaged, or would benefit from cosmetic enhancement, dental bonding can help to improve the overall aesthetic appearance of your teeth and strengthen the structure of the teeth.