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Dental Bonding

dental bonding forster Dental bonding is a process of application and hardening of tooth-coloured material to protect and/or repair damaged teeth.

Unlike veneers and crowns, which usually take more than two visits to finish, this treatment can be performed in just one dental visit.

Treatable Cases

Dental bonding may be suitable for you in the following cases:

Z Discoloured teeth

This treatment is especially useful if you have not been able to achieve a level of whitening with a whitening treatment.

Z Minor cavities

Bonding is suitable for treating minor decay in the front teeth as it creates a seamless blend with the neighbouring teeth. It can also be used to protect parts of a tooth root that have been exposed due to gum recession.

Z Minor chips or fractures

Fixing small cracks is important to prevent the damage from spreading and to improve the look of your smile.

Z Gaps between teeth

Dental bonding is also used to close gaps between your teeth.

Z Misshaped teeth

Since the material used in dental bonding is individually shaped to each tooth; teeth can be also reshaped.

Z Small or large teeth

The size of the teeth can be corrected with dental bonding reshaping.

Benefits of Dental Bonding

  • Repair decayed teeth
  • Fix broken or cracked teeth
  • Improve the appearance of discoloured/stained teeth
  • Close gaps between teeth
  • Make teeth appear longer
  • Reshape the teeth
  • Cosmetic alternative to silver amalgam fillings
  • Protect sensitive parts of the tooth’s root that are exposed due to gum recession

The Dental Bonding Procedure

Dental bonding usually takes about 30 minutes for each tooth. Results are visible after three easy steps.

Qualified candidates go through the following procedures:

Z Preparation

Your teeth will be cleaned to reveal the natural tooth colour. Your Forster dentist will choose a shade of material that matches your natural tooth shade.

Z Bonding

To make the material bond well, the surfaces of the tooth are coarsened. A conditioning liquid is applied on the surfaces of the tooth to be treated. The resin is then applied, shaped, and smoothened into the desired result.

Z Curing

To harden the bonded material, a special curing light is focused on the tooth for about 30 seconds.

Once the material is hard, your Forster dentist will evaluate the result and may trim the tooth to perfect it.

Dental Bonding in Forster

You are 30 minutes away from achieving your dream smile. At Forster Dental Centre, we want to help you in every way there is.

At Forster Dental Centre, our goal is to make quality dental care affordable.

Contact us on (02) 6555 5554 or request your appointment online here.

We are located at 1st Floor Forster Tower, 12 Wallis St in Forster.

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