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Cosmetic bonding entails applying a tooth-colored composite material to enhance the appearance of a tooth, promoting a more aesthetically pleasing smile while maintaining a natural look.

During the bonding process, tooth-colored material is added to the tooth to reshape and enhance its appearance.

Bonding is commonly utilized to:

  • Correct the shape of a chipped tooth
  • Enhance the appearance of a cracked tooth
  • Achieve a more uniform tooth color

Advantages of bonding compared to other cosmetic treatments include:

  • Cost-effectiveness: Bonding is often a more affordable option than other cosmetic procedures.
  • Time efficiency: Bonding appointments typically require less than an hour to complete.
  • Preservation of tooth structure: Bonding allows for the preservation of the natural tooth structure

While bonding may offer advantages, it may not be as long-lasting or durable as veneers or crowns. Additionally, bonding material can be susceptible to staining from substances such as coffee, tea, tobacco, or certain foods, emphasizing the importance of proper home care.

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