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One of the prominent treatment methods within the scope of aesthetic dentistry is bonding treatment. This method, which is used in repairing small-scale deformities or tiny fractures caused by impact, especially with small gaps between the teeth, is often preferred because of its simplicity and effectiveness. Bonding is a treatment applied by sticking the composite filling material to the needed area without any abrasion on the teeth.

According to the needs of the patient, the appropriate color of the bonding material is determined by considering the natural color of the tooth in the area to be applied. While the procedure is mostly completed in a single session, it may differ from person to person and additional sessions may be needed. The bonding method has been a frequently used method among dental treatments with its long-lasting use.

Bonding, which means sticking or fastening as the root of the word, is one of the aesthetic dental applications that dentists frequently apply today. Bonding is a technique used to make the teeth look aesthetically pleasing. Bonding is an extremely good method by adding filling material in a suitable color to the teeth, without damaging the teeth. With the bonding application, the person can get rid of both dental caries and tooth cavities in one day. The prices of the bonding application, which is a very fast and affordable method, vary according to the number of teeth to be treated and the size of the procedure to be performed.

The bonding method can be preferred especially to close small cracks or openings in the front of the teeth. In addition, since it is applied by choosing colors close to the natural colors of the teeth, it can also be used to correct the color of the teeth. This method may be a suitable option for people who want to close small cracks or openings in the front of the teeth and want to achieve a more aesthetic appearance. However, methods such as laminate veneer or porcelain crown should be preferred to close larger cracks or damage. Bonding can also be used for situations where the teeth are too close together, the teeth are too far apart, or the teeth do not conform to their natural shape. The bonding method may be preferred to correct these conditions, but it should be considered that a more comprehensive treatment may be required.

Who Is Bonding Suitable For?

Bonding is a suitable treatment for closing small cracks, bruises or openings in the teeth. This method improves the appearance of the teeth and makes them more aesthetic. Bonding application can be applied to people who are not satisfied with their tooth color, deformity in their teeth, gaps between teeth and uneven tooth length.

The bonding method can be a suitable option for people who want to close cracks or openings in their teeth and want to achieve a more aesthetic appearance. However, methods such as laminate veneer or porcelain crown should be preferred to close larger cracks or damage. The permanence of the bonding method is less than other dental aesthetic methods, so it is important to continue regular dental care and examinations.

How is Bonding Application Made?

In the bonding application, the teeth are cleaned first. Tooth decays are removed and roughening is done to increase the retention on the surface. The rough surface is very important for the bonding of the tooth-colored filling material to the tooth, as the bonding application is to cover the tooth defects by using the retaining agent. Acid is applied to deepen these rough surfaces to strengthen the adhesion. The acid applied for a certain period of time is washed with water, dried and thus a clean, dry surface is obtained for the bonding material. After bonding is applied to this area with the help of a micro brush, it is hardened with light. After the bonding application, which is a bonding agent, is applied to the teeth in this way, the aesthetic tooth appearance that the person imagines is provided with different filling materials in different layers selected in tooth color.

The quality of the materials used by the physician in bonding application is very important. Our teeth have different colors and features from the gingiva to the tip. In addition, it consists of layers with different characteristics from the outside to the inside. For this reason, the filling materials used should be of a variety that matches the color and characteristics of these layers. In other words, the filling material to be applied to the inner layer of the tooth and the filling material to be applied to the outside must have different properties in order to make the new design of the tooth with materials that can imitate the dental tissues very well.

What is the Duration of Bonding Treatment?

Bonding application lasts for a single session for people who will have a smile design procedure. Thus, patients get the smile they dream of in one day. However, if the patient has a problem with his teeth and gums, he should receive treatment for the problem before starting the bonding application. After a sufficient amount of healing is achieved, bonding is applied. In order for the bonding application to be healthy and efficient, the gums must regain their health. Because bleeding in the gingiva during the procedure will adversely affect the course of the bonding treatment.

In some cases, after root canal treatment, bonding is applied. The patient can get rid of the gap between his teeth or existing dental caries in one session. With the bonding application, short teeth can also be lengthened to a certain extent. In short, with bonding treatment, the patient can have a smile design done in a very short time and at more affordable costs.

Advantages of Bonding Application

  • Teeth are reshaped.
  • It is a treatment applied without damaging the teeth.
  • Tooth cavities are completed without cutting teeth, without the need for veneer.
  • It allows smile design to be made in a shorter time and with less cost.
  • Short-looking teeth can be lengthened and have a younger appearance.
  • Tooth discoloration can be removed and it becomes compatible with other teeth.
  • Abnormally small teeth can be enlarged.

Is Bonding Application Painful?

There is no need for anesthesia as there will be no pain when the bonding application is performed for aesthetic purposes only. In other words, anesthesia is not required in procedures involving smile design applications, such as removing tooth cavities, lengthening the tooth, and removing discoloration. However, if bonding is to be applied due to caries in the teeth and these caries are deep and close to the living nerve layer (pulp chamber) of the tooth, anesthesia should be performed. After the anesthesia is applied, after sufficient numbness is achieved, the necessary cleaning and shaping procedures are performed and the bonding application is started.

What Should We Pay Attention To After Bonding Application?

Oral care is very important after bonding as it is after all dental treatments. To prevent cavities in the teeth, it is necessary to brush the teeth 3 times a day and use regular dental floss. In addition to these, you should avoid biting nuts and hard foods such as quince and apple with your bonding tooth applied to the anterior region. At the same time, it is necessary to visit the dentist regularly every 6 months. We should ensure that the examination of the teeth that need treatment is removed in the early period without neglecting it. The use of dental floss prevents the formation of caries between the teeth. For this reason, you should clean the spaces between your treated teeth with dental floss on a regular basis.

Since the teeth are completed with the materials produced by choosing the materials closest to our natural teeth in the bonding application, any food and beverage that affects our main tooth will also affect the teeth with the bonding application. For this reason, it is very important to comply with the recommendations for the comfort and longevity of the treatment.

Is Bonding Permanent?

The permanence of composite bonding may vary depending on the position of the teeth, the quality of the material used, and whether the application is done correctly. In particular, the bonding method used to close cracks or openings in the front of the teeth may have a higher retention rate. The lifespan of the bonding application varies according to the expertise of the physician you are treating and the care you give to your teeth. If you follow your doctor's recommendations and pay attention to your oral and dental care, your bonding application will last longer.

Does Bonding Application Make Yellowing Over Time?

The care and care you will show to your teeth after the bonding application will minimize the yellowing of your teeth and the deterioration of the surface over time. While there may be shape and color changes in our own teeth day by day, the appearance of the bonding and filling material designed and produced to imitate our main teeth will not remain as it was on the first day. Especially with the consumption of coffee, tea and cigarettes, the coloration of the teeth, and the consumption of hard-shelled foods, the bonding application will move away from its ideal appearance over time. In order for both our own natural teeth and all kinds of treatments and aesthetic applications to be long-lasting, we must pay great attention to our oral care and nutritional habits.

Bonding Prices

Bonding prices may vary according to factors such as the size of the treatment to be applied, the quality of the material to be applied and the country where the application will be made. This method is used to close small cracks, bruises or openings in the teeth and is generally more affordable than other dental aesthetic methods. For example, it may be less expensive than methods such as porcelain crowns or laminate veneers.

Antalya Bonding prices may vary according to the size of the treatment to be applied. For example, bonding treatment for a single tooth may be cheaper than bonding treatment for multiple teeth. In addition, the quality of the material to be applied can also affect the price. For example, bonding prices may be higher when higher quality materials are used.

Türkiye Bonding prices may also be affected by factors such as the country where the application will be made. Bonding prices in Turkey are more affordable than in countries such as Europe or the USA. If you want to remove the small cracks, gaps and tooth gaps in the front of your teeth, you can get more detailed information about bonding prices by contacting Özdemir Dental Center, which aims to provide the best service to its patients with its professional team.