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Do you have any surface damage to your teeth? Do you have a single tooth that stands out from the rest because it has been slightly damaged or stained? If surface damages are too significant for a tooth whitener but too small to completely overhaul the tooth, an excellent middle-of-the-road treatment that can repair surface damage without having to restore the entire tooth is a dental bonding procedure.

If you are in need of a highly efficient tooth restoration treatment to repair any dental damage that may have occurred to any teeth, consider the use of dental bonding treatments. Dental bonds are resin and porcelain materials for restorations and are designed to repair the look and function of your teeth. Dental bonds are incredibly durable and can easily last up to a decade before they may need to be repaired or replaced.

If a tooth is damaged to the point that the tooth enamel is wearing down, then it is possible tooth decay is present. When a hole forms in your tooth due to excessive tooth decay, this means a cavity has occurred. To help treats cavities, dental fillings will be needed. Although dental amalgams are highly effective procedures to use, composite resin bonds can be used to provide tooth-colored fillings to repair damage due to cavities.

Furthermore, dental bonding treatments can be extremely effective for teeth that have been damaged due to extensive gum recession. If your gums recede and the root of a tooth is exposed, dental bonding treatments can be used to conceal a tooth once more. Dental bonds can also be used to help issues with spacing problems and correct problems such as cracks, chips, and discolorations with teeth.

Commit to your oral health care with dental bonding treatments. Are you ready to upgrade and enhance your smile with dental bonding treatments? Daniel Richards, DMD remains committed to your oral health, and you are welcome to schedule an appointment with us by calling (205) 823-6300. Dr. Daniel Richards and our team can’t wait to see you at our dentist office in Vestavia Hills, Alabama.