What Is Dental Bonding?
The video discusses dental bonding, how it works, and the veneers that clients sometimes get for cosmetic reasons. Dental bonding is the process of attaching material to the teeth with dental glue. Veneers are the most common material that dentists use in their bonding processes.
They are thin sheets that can fit perfectly over the teeth and then get bonded into place with dental glue. Dental experts can use veneers for color issues in patients who have health-related tooth discoloration. They can help with small alignment issues as well.
Veneers can come in composite resin or porcelain material. The speaker in the video discusses both materials and the pros and cons of each one. Composite resin is a material that specialists also use as a filling substance. The life span of the material is around five years, but it could last longer or shorter depending on how the client takes care of his or her mouth. The benefit of it over porcelain is that it is much less expensive. It can be an effective solution to a slight alignment issue or a small chip in the teeth. A provider can help an interested person choose the best option during a consultation.