Dental Bonding in
Houston, TX

For high-quality dental bonding in Houston, Texas, call the dental professionals at Tadros Dental today.

Dental Bonding in Houston, Texas

Want a More Elegant Smile?

Dental bonding is a great procedure for patients interested in a more beautiful smile that isn’t too expensive or invasive. Dr. Tadros can carry out this procedure in only one visit, giving you a more beautiful smile in a single day. The procedure is virtually painless, requiring no pain medication or local anesthesia.

Dental bonding can be a great cosmetic dentistry option for many patients looking to restore the beauty of their smile. Using a composite that matches the color of your teeth, dental bonding allows Dr. Tadros to improve many parts of your smile, both for cosmetic and oral health reasons.

Dental bonding is a good treatment option for a variety of oral health and appearance concerns:

  • Chipped teeth
  • Cracked teeth
  • Decaying teeth
  • Cavities
  • Small gaps between teeth
  • Teeth that are too short
  • Teeth that look old

The Advantages and Disadvantages of Dental Bonding

Dental bonding is the process of using a tooth-colored resin to restore and improve a patient’s smile. Bonding is used in a variety of situations:

  • To fill cavities
  • To repair chipped teeth
  • To repair cracked teeth
  • To reshape a tooth
  • To protect a part of the tooth’s root that has been exposed by receding gums

Advantages

There is a reason why the procedure of dental bonding is so popular and frequently undertaken.

Dental bonding has many advantages both in itself and in relation to other procedures:

  • It is one of the cheapest cosmetic dental procedures.
  • It is a simple and easy procedure with close to zero room for complications.
  • Bonding can usually be started and completed in the same office visit.
  • Minimal amounts of natural tooth enamel is removed before applying the bonding (significantly less removed compared to veneers and crowns).
  • Anesthesia is not required unless filling a cavity.

Disadvantages

At the same time, there are also some disadvantages.

Nothing artificial ever really works as well as the original and natural form. Disadvantages of dental bonding include:

  • They are not as stain resistant as crowns.
  • Bonding is not as strong compared to other restorative procedures (crowns, fillings, veneers, etc).
  • Bonding does not typically last as long as other restorative procedures.
  • When under excessive pressure, bonding materials can chip and break off parts of the tooth.

As a result of these limitations and the nature of its advantages, dental bonding is commonly used by dentists for small cosmetic changes, temporary corrections, or teeth with low bite pressure.

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