Using Composite Resin Bonding To Correct Imperfections In The Smile
Dr. Ali Soltanirad (Dr. Rad) of Dos Caminos Dental in Camarillo, California, is a dedicated dental professional ready and willing to assist patients with ways to enhance their smiles. This includes offering solutions to cover imperfections of the smile that might make an individual feel embarrassed or shy. Dental bonding, also referred to as composite resin bonding, is one way for patients to cover gaps, breakage, and stained teeth in a fast and affordable manner. Continue reading to find out if you are a good candidate for dental bonding and understand how it works in enhancing the smile!
What Is Composite Resin Bonding?
Composite resin bonding is a popular method of restorative and cosmetic dental work. It involves using a composite material specially formulated to bond with teeth, which enables Dr. Rad to create a range of aesthetic results.
How Is Composite Teeth Bonding Used?
This type of bonding can be used for fillings, inlays, onlays, veneers, and other types of aesthetic improvements. Composite resins are matched to your natural tooth color, so there is a seamless fit between the existing tooth and the restoration created.
How Long Will My Dental Bonding Last?
The durability and longevity of composite bonds depend upon proper maintenance after placement, such as frequent brushing and flossing, regular visits to your dentist for checkups and cleanings, avoiding excessive sugar intake, and protecting the smile from clenching and grinding of the teeth. You should also be mindful of foods and beverages that can stain the natural tooth enamel, as they can also stain your cosmetic bonding.
Am I A Candidate For Composite Teeth Bonding?
Camarillo, CA, area patients are welcome to call Dr. Ali Soltanirad (Dr. Rad) of Dos Caminos Dental to learn more about this and other cosmetic solutions available for closing gaps, fixing chipped teeth or covering stained enamel. Call (805) 482-1616 to request an appointment at our office at 2438 Ponderosa Drive N. C-111. We are open to patients in the community and surrounding areas of Oxnard, Ventura City, Thousand Oaks, and Newbury Park, CA.