We take care of our skin and body by watching what we eat, but a cavity can pull one over on us and develop without warning. If a cavity is mild, you may probably get away with a simple filling. If a cavity exposes pulp in your tooth, a root canal might be recommended. Either way, dental bonding may be done in order to get a proper tooth shape after the filling is complete. Dr. Bayo Olowe at Advantage Dental Centre explains how cosmetic bonding works and what you can benefit from it.
Tooth bonding usually takes place after one gets a root canal or even a composite filling. It helps bond any gaps or cracks in the teeth to make the tooth look like well, a tooth! The materials used are porcelain and resins to match the tooth and fuse it to the enamel, so it would still feel like your normal tooth. Chipped or cracked teeth are normal uses for dental bonding but this material can be also used for a number of different dental procedures.If you have questions about cosmetic bonding or dental health and oral care, please give us a call. To learn about services we provide at our practice, visit www.advantagedentalcentrecalgary.com for more information. To schedule an appointment with Dr. Bayo Olowe at Advantage Dental Centre in Calgary, AB, call 403-240-2963.