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Dental Bonding
Paradise Valley, AZ

Two mature Paradise Valley patients hugging after their dental bonding treatment at David R. Moyer, DDS.Your front teeth are seen whenever you, smile, eat, drink, or talk in your daily activities. Discoloration and staining on the facial surfaces of front teeth pose an aesthetic concern as people can lose their self-esteem, and their confidence at work and social functions.

Chipping of incisal edges and broken tooth sections need to be repaired as soon as possible in order stop the progression of destructive processes and enhance facial beauty. Dr. Moyer, uses the latest dental bonding concepts in Paradise Valley, AZ to correct mal-formations and defects of anterior teeth for beautifying your smile.

What is Dental Bonding?

Dental bonding can give dramatic results in as little as an hour.

Dental bonding refers to the restorative procedures carried out with the help of plastic restorative materials which bond with the acid treated tooth surfaces in an attempt to modify and correct minor aesthetic defects of anterior teeth. In addition to front teeth, dental bonding materials have been manufactured for filling defects in the posterior teeth as well.

Which Dental Materials Are Used in Dental Bonding?

Composite resin materials are most often employed for dental bonding procedures. Dental resin composites are, in fact, a mixture of plastic resin cement, having glass filler particles incorporated in them. These glass fillers provide the required strength and translucency to the mixture in order to match the natural color of teeth.

How Are These Dental Bonding Materials Applied to the Surface of Teeth?

Dr. Moyer will carry out a comprehensive assessment of the carious, stained, chipped, or discolored tooth surface in order to formulate an evaluation for treatment planning. An informed consent will be taken before the commencement of the procedure. Minor or no tooth preparation will be performed if needed and the dried tooth surface is acid-etched. After acid treatment of the tooth, the bonding material is applied and cured with a curing light. Dental bonding composite resin material is placed on the surface of the tooth and shaped following the morphology of surface being restored. Curing of the resin composite is done and the surface is finished and re-bonded.

What Are the Uses of Dental Bonding?

Dental bonding is used for:
•  Sealing pits and fissures prone to cause dental caries
•  Restoration of chipped or broken incisal edges of teeth
•  Masking discolorations and staining of teeth
•  Enhancement and modification of shape, size, and color of teeth
•  For masking the unsightly gaps between teeth i.e. diastemas
•  Treatment of tooth recession
•  Management of hypersensitive teeth
•  Bonding of orthodontic brackets
•  As an adjunct to teeth whitening procedures

What Are the Advantages of Dental Bonding?

Various benefits of dental bonding are:
•  Dental bonding saves a lot of time and money as it allows the procedures to be completed in a single treatment visit
•  No need to involve a dental laboratory, saving on the cost of the treatment
•  Minimal loss of sound tooth structure
•  Development of a strong micromechanical bond with the surface of teeth
•  More conservative than amalgam fillings
•  High aesthetic value due to the availability of a large number of shades
•  Good option for partly erupted teeth in children

What Will Be the Life Time of Dental Bonding Restoration?

Dental bonding composite restorations last for over 10 years in most cases. The longevity and durability of the restoration depends on its care and maintenance. It is strongly recommended that you clean and floss your composite fillings just like natural teeth. Poor oral hygiene conditions and the use of acidic colored beverages can cause staining and weakening of dental bonding restorations.

Visit Dr. Moyer, your own general and cosmetic dentist in Paradise Valley, Arizona, or make a call today at 480.935.6295 to book a consultation appointment in order to get benefit from dental bonding materials.

Monday: 8am - 12pm
Tuesday - Thursday: 8am - 6pm
(Lunch hour from 12pm - 2pm)

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