Dental Bonding


Bonding is used to cover imperfections of the teeth. Gaps and cracks can be covered using this technique to create a brighter, more attractive smile. It can also be used to cover unsightly fillings (dental amalgam) used to treat cavities. Dental Bonding also easily covers discolored teeth to create a more radiant smile.

The Process

Bonding begins with a composite resin. The resin will cover the tooth or teeth. It is positioned on top of an adhesive gel. An LED light is then used to solidify (cure) the resin. The last step involves a smoothing and polishing process. In rare cases the bonding process will include the use of anesthesia to ensure the patient’s comfort.

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After the Procedure

After the procedure, it’s normal to experience sensitivity and discomfort. Pippin Dental Care serves Sevierville, Tennessee and surrounding areas with a dental team with the skill and caring to ensure your dental bonding procedure is not only comfortable: it yields the results you expect. Once your bonding procedure is complete, it’s a good idea to avoid hot and cold foods for a while. Any discomfort should subsides within a few days. Be sure to continue your normal home oral care (brushing and flossing) routine as good dental hygiene extends the appearance and longevity of your newly bonded teeth.

Bonding covers dental imperfections to give you the bright radiant smile you deserve. a durable restoration, which, with proper care, should serve you for more than ten years. It can give you the perfect smile you seek, particularly if you suffer from any number of dental issues. Best of all, bonding is a safe and affordable procedure.

Sometimes life and time can deal our teeth a blow that leaves them looking less than glowing. So put your best smile forward by taking advantage of this restorative dental procedure that renders dental imperfections invisible.

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