Direct Bonding is our passion
This technique allows for creative restoration while preserving the tooth structure. Direct bonding is suitable for all ages and is used to restore chipped and misshaped teeth; close spaces; repair teeth with caries and cervical erosion; immobilize teeth. It is usually a one-appointment procedure where composite material is bonded directly to the tooth.
Restorations of fractured or chipped teeth
Direct Bonding is the most appropriate way to restore a typical chipping on a front tooth. The key to success is the combination of different types of composite materials such as opaquers, tints, and highly polishable composites to create the most esthetic and long lasting result.
Transitional bonding in adolescents
If this is your Child, what will you choose as a parent?
Transitional bonding in adolescents: An increasing number of younger patients (ages 8-21) present with different stages of tooth wear. In adolescents, this is the best and most cost-effective way to restore worn teeth. Restoring the original size of the teeth increases the self-esteem, improves esthetics and speech, and protects teeth from further wear and destruction. This technique allows to make any type of repairs or modifications at any time later in life, with each additional repair looking like the initial restoration.
|17 years old|
|1 mm of unsupported enamel ready to fracture Clinical signs of Acid Reflux (GERD)|
|Properly reconstructed incisal edges|
|Keep the treatment cost low Address esthetics later|
Restoration after periodontal diseases
Esthetically unpleasing exposed root areas and teeth spacing can happen after periodontal treatment. In these cases, we are able to achieve impressive results by just adding to the existing tooth structure. This is a very conservative and highly esthetic restorative solution.
We do not have any other restorative options at such young age
Misshaped teeth – Microdontia: Direct resin bonding is the only restorative option at the present moment that allows initiating treatment in early childhood. Bonding can be reshaped and adjusted during growth. This is an approach that can guide orthodontists in aligning misshaped teeth.