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Cosmetic Bonding in Fairfax, VA

Dr. Hang Le, DDS uses Cosmetic bonding as an alternative to Porcelain Veneers and Lumineers to treat chipped, cracked or stained teeth for patients in Fairfax VA.
When to use Cosmetic Bonding
Cosmetic bonding is a direct technique of bonding composite resin material in order to change the shape, size and color of patients’ teeth.

This is an instant same-day procedure to straighten slightly misaligned teeth, closing small gaps between teeth, and increase size of miniature teeth.

Restorative Dentist, Dr. Hang Le DDS, can repair a chipped tooth on the same-day using cosmetic bonding at her Fairfax, VA dental office. The bonding material is an advanced composite resin which is matched to your current tooth color. You won’t be able to tell the difference.

Dr. Le will first prepare the tooth by lightly etching the surface. Once the tooth is prepared the bonding is applied. The bonding is then sculpted into the desired shape by the Dr. Le. After the resin has set, the dentist will trim the resin before it is smoothed and polished to a natural teeth appearance.

If the chipped tooth very largely damaged, then Dr. Le can still repair your chipped tooth using a Porcelain Veneer or Lumineer instead. If the tooth structure is no longer sufficient to function properly, Dr Le can use a Dental Crown to restore the tooth. However if a tooth is damaged beyond saving, we have many options to replace missing tooth also.

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After getting Cosmetic Bonding
Cosmetic Bonding are a composite resin which is not as strong as your natural tooth enamel. The resin is more likely to stain, chip or break than natural teeth. Bonding typically lasts upto five years before it will need to be replaced.

 

Avoid eating foods that could stain, chip or break the bonding. Hard foods should be avoided or not bitten with the area that was repaired.

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