What Happens During Dental Bonding?
First, our dentists chose the color of composite resin that matches your natural teeth. To help the composite bonding material adhere, we rough up the tooth's surface and apply a liquid conditioner. We then place, mold, and smooth tooth-colored resin on your teeth to correct the imperfection and harden it with an ultraviolet light. Our dentists trim and shape the resin, and then polish it so it looks just like your real teeth.
Treat Dental Bonded Teeth Like Real Teeth
Once the tooth bonding procedure is complete, treat your dental bond just like your other teeth. Brush twice a day, floss once, and visit the dentists at our office twice a year for cleaning and checkups.
We recommend that you avoid chewing on ice, hard candy, and hard foods, and not bite your fingernails as these habits could chip your dental bond. With proper care, tooth bonding should last for years and give you countless opportunities to enjoy your smile.
|Contact us today for quick and easy composite bonding in Virginia Beach to enhance the appearance of your teeth. We proudly serve Virginia Beach, Pungo, Oceana, Sandbridge, Red Mill, Strawbridge and Court House, Virginia.