Dental Bonding Articles

You may not think it’s an absolute necessity, but your oral health is just as significant as your overall wellness. Fact is, this is one reason dentists never run out of business. The answer is pretty obvious – their services are not an option for people to ignore or else sooner than later you will be forced to pay the dentist a visit, either from incessant toothache, decay or social embarrassment from mouth odor. According to the American Dental Association (ADA), about 50% of Americans visit their dentists each year and most of them have excellent overall health status.

After 23+ years of practicing dentistry and helping people with their health and their smile Dr. Andreaus still finds it to be fun, enjoyable, and challenging.

Robert Korwin DMD, MICOI, MAGD, is a gentle caring expert in every branch of dentistry practicing in the Middletown/ Red Bank/ Monmouth County, New Jersey area for over 30 years. A graduate of the prestigious University of Pennsylvania School of Dental Medicine, he holds a Post Graduate Certificate in General Practice, and has received the David L. Drabkin Memorial Biochemistry Award, the Alumni Award from University Of Pennsylvania, a Mastership in the Academy of General Dentistry (MAGD), a Mastership in the International College of Oral Implantologists, and is a highest honors graduate of Progressive Orthodontic Seminars.

Cosmetic and restorative dentistry is not a field dental patients are familiar with until they need a service like tooth bonding. Often referred to as a gateway to cosmetic dentistry, tooth bonding is easy to perform and cost effective. Unlike some restorative dentistry techniques, cosmetic tooth bonding does not require multiple visits to your cosmetic dentist. In Charlotte, NC, the Ballantyne Center for Dentistry, patients see immediate results in very little time.

Dental bonding treatments are designed to fill cavities, repair chips and cracks in your teeth, and also close up gaps between teeth to give you a more attractive smile. Many dentists use composite materials for this process because the treatment can be performed in just a single dental visit and does not require a laboratory mold or restoration. Here’s a close look at how the composite bonding process works, and whether you may be a good candidate for the procedure: