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Pros and Cons of Getting Dental Bonding

Posted on 4/25/2020 by Dr. David Wanserski
Pros and Cons of Getting Dental Bonding When you think of bonding, you may be thinking about your relationships with a significant other or with your kids. However, bonding is different when it concerns your teeth. Did you know that bonding can change the look of your teeth? It can be used to give you a more confident self. You need to know more information about dental bonding before you choose to get it. Here is some information about the pros and cons of dental bonding.

The Good and The Bad of Dental Bonding

Dental bonding is a material made of composite. Dental bonding has been used for decades as a way to fix teeth without major dental procedures. We can use the dental bonding to fix some of your dental woes. For example, if you have a space between your two front teeth that has bugged you for years, dental bonding can close the space between your teeth. Dental bonding can also be used to fix chips or cracks in your teeth, which restores the look of your natural teeth. Dental bonding is safe, and it is easy to apply. Dental bonding is also cost effective. There are some drawbacks to dental bonding you need to be aware of, however. First, dental bonding is not as strong as your natural teeth. You need to know that, because it may affect how you eat or drink. Because dental bonding is not as strong as your natural teeth, you will have to be careful with the bonding. Don't chew ice or other hard substances where you have your teeth bonded and stay away from excessively chewy or sticky foods. Also, dental bonding can become stained or discolored over time, especially if you use tobacco products. You need to be careful you don't stain your bindings, because unlike teeth, they can't be whitened. Do you have questions about dental bonding? Give us a call today and let us give you more information.
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