There are so many options out there to fix your marred teeth. Whether it is your doing or your genes are to blame, these methods usually work, except perhaps in the absolute worst cases. But there can be too many options for one problem, which is almost always the appearance of your teeth.
Some dentists consider the severity of the problem to determine the best possible way. For some, it is the patient’s budget. The simplest problems, however, require simple solutions such as composite bonding. Dental practices in London suggest this method, but when is it necessary?
Simple, but in What Sense?
If you consider the most common kinds of dental problems, you will see that tooth decay is an easy one to fix. It is comparable to how common cold is to the rest of the body, and just like this ancient illness, people experience tooth decay differently. Many suffer a mild but noticeable marring on their teeth while some get deformation as a consequence.
Composite bonding is applicable to light and less-than-severe cases of tooth decay. Think of it as salvaging the remaining of the tooth by applying the resin to the eroded edge or surface. In particularly bad cases, the resin replaces the entire surface, should it be severely damaged.
Veneer or This?
If you are looking at composite bonding, chances are you also consider having veneers. They are similar procedures, but there is one critical part of veneers that may not apply to you. Veneers literally cover up the damaged tooth because it is far too bad or it is just not for composite bonding to fix. Smaller teeth, for example, are a veneer problem. Chipped or cracked teeth are dental bonding’s territory.
The best part about composite bonding is a one-appointment procedure. Once the dentist determined that it is the right treatment, you can have it the next day and complete the treatment on the same procedure.
You do have to take extra care of composite bonding, but apart from that, you are set to return your teeth to its normal state. Just remember now that you have to look out for what you eat and your general dental habits so this would not happen again.