What is Dental Bonding?

3 Helpful Benefits You Should Know

When faced with various dental problems, there is a quick, aesthetic, and viable solution: dental bonding.

Dental bonding is a cosmetic dentistry technique in which an adhesive material is used to bond a restorative material, such as composite resin or ceramic, to the natural tooth structure.


How does Dental Bonding Work?

Dental bonding is based on the principle of chemical bonding of a restorative material to the tooth structure using dental adhesives.

Dental ceramic is a type of aesthetic and resistant material commonly used in the manufacture of dental restorations, such as crowns, veneers, inlays, and bridges.

When is Dental Bonding Used?

Dental bonding can be used to make composite resin restorations that allow for the modification or improvement of the shape of teeth.

Color selection: When performing cosmetic restorations, it is essential that the color of the restorations is as identical as possible to the color of natural teeth.


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