How to repair the smile with composite resin bonding
- Posted on: Jan 30 2021
The team of Clear Lake Dental Care and Implant Center in Webster, TX work directly with patients to help them find the solutions that work for them in restoring the smile. When there are cosmetic issues such as chipped or broken teeth, many patients will find that composite resin bonding, or “dental bonding,” can help!
What is dental bonding?
The dentists of Clear Lake Dental Care and Implant Center describe dental bonding as a resin material that is used to cover imperfections and repair the natural smile. In doing so, it provides an aesthetic option for patients who want a fast and affordable way to address specific issues near the front of the smile. This material is also the same material used to provide tooth-colored fillings when areas of decay have formed. Composite resin looks just like natural tooth enamel, making it a wonderful cosmetic solution.
In what ways might a dentist use composite resin bonding?
This material is extremely versatile and can be used to:
- Repair an area impacted by tooth decay. Cavities form on the teeth and can cause large holes that leave the tooth susceptible to infection. By using composite resin bonding, patients have an aesthetic option as well as an effective solution.
- Repair broken teeth. Chips, cracks, and other damage to the teeth can be resolved with the use of composite resin bonding.
- Cover gaps between teeth. Teeth near the front of the mouth that have a noticeable gap can be disguised with the placement of composite resin bonding. This eliminates the need for orthodontics or the placement of expensive veneers to address.
Do you have questions about composite resin bonding?
If you are considering cosmetic services for your smile, it is important that you work with a team of professionals that have decades of combined experience in providing healthy, beautiful smiles! The team of Clear Lake Dental Care and Implant Center offers Webster, TX area patients solutions to achieve the smile of their dreams with options such as composite resin bonding. Call (281) 557-8097 to request an appointment with Drs. Das, Pham, and Rivera to discuss this and other aesthetic services available at the office, conveniently located at 202 West Medical Center Boulevard. The practice is always accepting new patients and families seeking comprehensive dental care in the community.