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Everything You Need to Know About Tooth Bonding in Maryland

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Tooth Bonding Maryland

Today we discuss everything you need to know about tooth bonding in Maryland.

There are many cases where tooth bonding is an option to help relieve a dental issue.

Keep reading to learn everything you need to know about tooth bonding Maryland.

When to Consider Tooth Bonding

If you have decayed, chipped, or cracked teeth, dental bonding may be the solution for you.

Additionally, dental bonding can help with discolored teeth, or if you are unhappy with the shape or length of your teeth.

How Does Tooth Bonding Work?

The process by which a tooth is bonded is pretty simple.

First, depending on your issue, your tooth will need to be prepped.

Typically, anesthesia is not needed.

Next, the surface of your tooth is altered and a conditioning solution is applied to your tooth.

Afterwards, the bonding mold is applied, shaped, and molded to your tooth.

Last, a light or laser is applied to the mold in order to harden the material, and your dentist will perform finishing touches to enhance the appearance of the new tooth.

How Long Does Tooth Bonding Take?

Generally, you can expect your dental bonding appointment to last anywhere from a half hour to one hour.

Caring for Bonded Teeth

Bonded teeth actually do not require any extra care aside from the standard oral hygiene practices that you would normally perform.

However, you should avoid any practice where you can potentially chip your new tooth including nail biting or ice munching.

How Long do Bonded Teeth Last?

The life of your bonded tooth depends largely on the amount of material used.

However, you can generally expect your bonded tooth to last from three to 10 years before needed a replacement or touch-up. 

Learn More About Tooth Bonding Maryland

To learn more about tooth bonding Maryland or to schedule your appointment at Hackley DDS, contact our office online or call us today at (301) 917-3964.

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