Many patients come to Dr. Rajpal with a damaged tooth. Accidents happen and teeth can chip, crack, stain, and become misaligned. In many cases, Dr. Rajpal recommends a procedure called Dental Bonding. Dental Bonding involves using a strong, tooth-colored resin that is applied to the tooth in order to restore a patient’s smile. The bonding resin itself is extremely
When is Bonding a Good Solution?
Dental bonding is most often used for minor imperfections of teeth. The most common way dental bonding is used is to fix a chipped or cracked tooth. The dental bonding resin rebuilds the damaged tooth, and seamlessly restores the patient’s smile to its natural state. Before recommending the procedure, Dr. Rajpal gives a thorough examination of the patient’s mouth and determines the type of bonding to use. Patients who are eligible for dental bonding can expect a swift and painless procedure.
The procedure for dental bonding is relatively simple. First, the damaged teeth are covered in a special dental solution that prepares them for the application of the bonding resin. Next, Dr. Rajpal mixes the resin so that it exactly matches the color of the patient’s teeth. The actual procedure involves applying and molding the resin onto the target teeth, covering and fixing any imperfections. Once the teeth have been corrected, Dr. Rajpal hardens the resin with a light and polishes the teeth so they look natural and smooth.
Schedule a Consultation
To get your smile looking its best again, schedule a consultation with Dr. Rajpal by calling (310) 273-1199 and see if Dental Bonding is right for you!