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Dental Bonding


 A dental bonding light being used to cure the bond to teeth. Dental bonding is a procedure that conceals the cracks, stains, and even cracks that are on teeth. It is a procedure that restores the aesthetic structure and function of a tooth. If you have a dental bonding procedure, with good oral maintenance it can last up to 10 years.

If you have oral habits that will break the bonding material such as chewing on ice, the bonding material will last for a shorter period. If you have an oral habit of consuming darker foods, you are likely to stain the bonding material sooner than those who do not take darker foods.

What happens during dental bonding?


The dentist will apply the composite resin material to the teeth that need bonding especially if the tooth is cracked or chipped. The composite resin bonds and looks like your natural teeth. The dentist hardens the bonding material using a dental curing light. After making sure that the bonding material is tucked into the tooth, the dentist will smoothen and polish it and make it look like you have a natural tooth.

If you clean the teeth normally by brushing and flossing regularly, the bonding material will last for a longer period of time without wearing off. The dental bonding procedure is not painful. It is a simple process. You will only need to avoid biting into hard foods and avoiding habits as already stated. At Forest Grove Dental Studio we offer dental bonding procedures to our patients so they can smile freely once again.

How To Maintain Results After Bonding


After your dental bonding procedure, there are several tips that can help you maintain the shape and appearance of your tooth. It is important to remember that the bonding material used on your teeth can get stained or damaged just like your natural teeth. You, therefore, have a central role to play in ensuring that the bonding treatment remains in pristine condition.

Avoiding hard foods will be a great place to start. Hard foods like nuts, and chewing on ice, can crack or break the bonding material. It is therefore advisable to eat healthy and soft foods that will not compromise the integrity of the bonding material. You should also keep away from acidic and sugary foods that can contribute to the erosion of the bonding material.

Keeping good oral hygiene is crucial for the proper maintenance of your bonding treatment. The bonding material can get stained or discolored just like your natural teeth. To avoid this you should ensure that you brush twice daily, floss every day, and especially after meals. In this way, you can maintain the perfect color of the bonding agent to enjoy a bright smile.

Come to Us for Effective Treatment


Getting treated by qualified and skilled dentists is important for effective treatment. At our clinic, you will find a motivated and passionate group of dental experts who can assist you in retaining your dental health. Visit us at Forest Grove Dental Studio if you require dental bonding for your damaged teeth. If you want any clarifications regarding the procedure, you can reach us through (971) 397-6361. You will consult with a dental expert to get all the information.


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