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Common Oral Health Reminders: Dental Bonding

Common Oral Health Reminders: Dental Bonding

Jan 15, 2018

Your smile is at its best when it can function as intended. In order for your smile to function as intended, all parts must be working effectively towards the same goal. If any part of your oral health care fails, the entire system will fail as well. Thus, it is important to make sure all teeth in your mouth are up to speed, so your entire smile can be healthy and function properly. If you suffered any dental damage, consider a dental bonding treatment to repair the damage.

Dental bonding treatments are a highly effective cosmetic dentistry treatment that not only will help protect your smile but can drastically improve its look. Dental bonding treatments are often used for minor damage issues including discolorations, stains, or chips and cracks in your teeth. Furthermore, if you have any spacing problems between teeth, or wish to lengthen your teeth further, dental bonding treatments have been proven to be effective. They’re also extremely durable as a single dental bond can easily last a decade of use.

Dental bonding is also highly effective for tooth filling restorations. Because they are made of resin or porcelain, they will go on clear and can effectively function as tooth-colored composites. This is a highly effective option as they can help keep the natural look of teeth and be used as a cosmetic alternative to amalgam fillings. Dental bonding treatments have also been proven to be highly effective for protecting a portion of the tooth’s root if you have suffered from gum recession. Furthermore, dental bonding treatments can be used to alter the shape of teeth.

Restore your oral health to the top of the hall of shining smiles with dental bonding treatments. If you are in need of dental bonding treatments from our team at Enfield Family Dental at our dentist office in Enfield, Connecticut, please contact us at 860-749-2225 to schedule an appointment or consultation with Dr. Wilford Samson.


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