Imagine meeting up someone for coffee. It’s a beautiful day. The sun is shining in all its glory and you haven’t seen your friend in 2 years.
You’re excited, wanting to catch up with them. They look neat, clean and presentable. Their hair is perfect, their clothes are stylish and their shoes are well-polished. Everything is good, right? But then they laugh at a joke you’ve cracked. One of their front teeth is half black, one is chipped and don’t get me started on the cavities on their left molars.
Oh. My. Gosh.
“But they looked good in their pictures,” you think to yourself. The image you had of them has shattered before your eyes.
Why Dental Bonding is Important:
The application of a tooth-colored composite resin (made from plastic) in order to repair a damaged, chipped or decaying tooth is known as “dental bonding.” It is purely for cosmetic reasons.
But why is it important?
They say that your smile is the best “outfit” you can wear. It doesn’t matter what type of clothing you’re wearing, or whether or not you’ve applied makeup.
The moment you start talking, all eyes are on your face or rather, on your smile.
So many individuals go for dental bonding procedures because it restores their smile. The trickle truth is: you can’t wear makeup every day or high heels but you wear your smile all year-round.
Another reason why it’s important is because tooth decay and fracture can have physical effects on our health. Being in constant pain isn’t really an ideal situation, is it?
When you look at people happily eating what you can’t, you feel left out and envious. Not being able to drink your favorite brand of tea or, not being able to eat at your favorite restaurant because you might get a toothache can leave you feeling agitated.
Wearing composite for an extended period of time is not difficult if you take good care of your oral health. With preventive measures, you can make composites last at least 10 years.
But the million dollar question is: do you need composites?
The only way to find out is by visiting and consulting a dentist.
This is where we come in. With years of experience in the field, we offer comprehensive solutions to all your dental woes. Whether it’s cosmetic dental surgery, or teeth whitening, we’ve got you covered.
If you’re looking for professional advice to prevent gum disease and take better care of your oral health, feel free to contact us at (845) 634-6006.
We provide comprehensive dental solutions to citizens in New City, New York.