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Composite Resin Direct Bonding


The ideal way to correct small problems with your smile, minor decay, discoloration, or chips can be corrected with the help of composite resin direct bonding procedures.

It’s a perfect solution for teeth that are healthy and stable, but don’t look quite the way you want them to. Because composite resin looks so much like your natural teeth, you’ll get an aesthetically pleasing look from a non-invasive procedure. The resin itself can last up to a decade, and the procedure can be completed in one to two office visits.

Currently, composite resin is one of the most advanced materials used in modern dentistry. This advanced material was originally created as a more durable alternative to old fashioned bonding materials. Today, composite resin is not only used for a multitude of procedures in dentist’s offices around the globe, but it is incredibly durable and malleable, making it the best material for small tooth repairs, fillings and more. What once required dental surgery or significantly longer time in the dentist chair can now be fixed with a small amount of composite resin!

pic_composite_resinDr. Roach and his team at Jollyville Dental Professionals will first choose the perfect shade of composite resin to match your teeth. Much of the time, even the patient can’t tell where the natural tooth ends and the composite resin begins. In most cases, there is no preparation time necessary and you won’t even need anesthesia, unless the resin is being used to fill a cavity. Once the resin is applied to the tooth, a curing light will be used to harden the material. The entire procedure can usually be finished in less than an hour and the resin can last for up to a decade. It is a simple, no nonsense way to improve your smile in a non-invasive way. The team at Jollyville Dental Professionals will gladly answer any of your questions regarding this procedure and they can tell you which type of composite resin bonding is right for you.