Dental Bonding

Dental Bonding in Boynton Beach, FL

Minor tooth damage may not seem like much to worry about, but when it happens to many of your teeth at once, it can be a real problem. Over time, damage can cause teeth to weaken, and when that happens, it can jeopardize the other teeth near the weakened tooth. There is a way to save them and strengthen your teeth in the process. All you need to do is head to Hugh B Rosenblatt, DMD, PA in Boynton Beach, FL and ask about dental bonding. Most of the time, dentists can take several teeth that have suffered damage and, thanks to dental bonding, bond them together and save them all from potentially crumbling or falling out.

If you need clarification on whether you’re a candidate for the bonding process or how it works, please contact us at Hugh B Rosenblatt, DMD, PA in Boynton Beach, FL. One of our talented staff will be happy to explain everything to you.

What is the Bonding Process Like?

The bonding process is just like the name sounds; using special materials, the dentist in Boynton Beach will bond two or more teeth together if one or more teeth are in bad shape and needs extra support. This is a great way to ensure that your teeth stay in place and cover up some of the minor imperfections that your teeth may have in the process.

To begin, the dentist will examine the damaged tooth or teeth and the adjoining teeth to ensure they are strong enough to support the damaged ones. Once this is out of the way, the dentist can begin the bonding procedure.

The procedure itself is fast and pain-free. The dentist attaches a special resin-like material to the teeth and then shapes it out to match the look of your natural teeth before letting it harden. The material can even be stained to match your natural tooth color, making it more aesthetically pleasing. Once the bonding material hardens, the teeth are secured and better protected.

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