What is bonding?

Correction of minor defects: Smooth out irregularities, remove yellowing or slightly broken teeth and hide the spaces between them.

Painless and fast: The procedure is minimally invasive and can be performed in one visit to us.

Aesthetic result: Achieve an incredibly aesthetic and natural look to your smile.

Bonding is the technique of bonding the photopolymer to the natural tooth using a bonding agent called a bond. All tooth corrections with photopolymers (composites) are performed using the bonding technique:
Bonding is a mechanical and chemical bonding of the photopolymer material to the tooth surface. The surface of the tooth is treated with an acid that creates small pores in the tooth structure. The bond is a liquid photopolymer – a liquid that enters the pores of the tooth and hardens (polymerizes) under blue light. Thus, the photopolymer is “anchored” on the tooth surface. On the surface treated in this way, the aesthetic restoration is modeled with photopolymer (composite) materials with appropriate qualities.

What does the bonded restoration procedure involve?

Bonding is a treatment approach for patients who do not need a major change in the color or shape of their smile. It is also suitable for young patients, as the procedure is extremely minimally invasive – in most cases, only a slight scraping of the surface of the natural tooth is required. A mandatory step before starting work is the installation of a cofferdam. It is a thin silicone sheet that isolates the teeth from moisture and bacteria in the mouth. Thus, the connection between the composite and the natural tooth becomes really strong and long-lasting.

The modern photopolymers that are used to build the tooth have improved strength and a refractive index very close to that of natural enamel. Often times, to achieve the desired result, it is necessary to combine photopolymers with several different colors, since attention to every detail is of great importance for the final result of the bonding. The entire procedure can be performed in one dental visit, so the patient leaves with a beautiful smile the same day. The secret of the long-lasting beauty of the achieved result lies in the perfect polishing of the restorations after the procedure.

In most cases, bonding is used to restore front teeth, but it is also a suitable solution for other dental problems, namely:
• Restoration of chipped, fractured cutting edges, cracks or other defects caused by or related to wear of dental tissues or accidents.
• Closing gaps between teeth
• Changing the shape of the teeth
• Changing the color of a tooth or teeth, concealing dark spots of an endogenous nature
• Extension of cutting edges
• Correction of the proportions, shape and position of the teeth for a natural looking smile
• Covering sensitive and exposed dentin (most often in the area of tooth necks)

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