Bonding Applications
It is the process of changing the tooth form by applying the bonding agent and composite resin in tooth color to the desired places by making the roughening without removing the tissue from the tooth surface.
If the indication is correct, bonding is an alternative treatment for laminate veneers and crowns to close the gaps (diastema) between the teeth. Mostly in young people, dental fractures due to trauma (even if half of the tooth is broken) is the preferred method when porcelain teeth cannot be made.
Bonding is the most commonly used treatment modality in preventive dentistry. In most cases, this process is performed with the least amount of tissue loss.
Is there any need for anesthesia in bonding applications?

No anesthesia is needed during the application.
Where do bonding systems apply?

Bonding system; it is the method used to close the spaces (diastema) between the teeth, the treatment of caries and broken teeth, permanent discoloration problems, the color and shape changes in teeth.
How long does a bonding treatment last?

The most important feature is the short duration of treatment. The number of sessions is determined according to the procedure. One-tooth applications are a procedure that takes up to 1 hour of the patient.
What is the lifetime of the bonding applications?

The average life of bonding treatments varies between 5-10 years. Bad habits such as biting and crushing, nail-biting, and biting very hard objects can shorten the life of these aesthetic fillers.
Can color change occur after bonding?

The most important factor affecting the color change in bonding treatments is polishing. Successful polishing will prevent subsequent color changes. Consumption of foods that are heavily colored, such as cigarettes, tea, cola, coffee, etc., accelerates coloring. However, discoloration due to dental factors can be eliminated by simple polishing procedures.
Is the bonding application expensive?

Bonding treatment is generally more economical than other aesthetic procedures. The factors that determine the price - the material used and the number of teeth to be applied.
Can the bonding applications be made to everyone?

Bonding can be done to everyone, regardless to the age.
What precautions should I take after the bonding application?

During first 48 hours after bonding, colored food and beverages should be avoided as much as possible to protect or minimize stains. Immediately used tea, coffee and smoking can cause staining of the bonding material. Routine oral care such as toothbrush, toothpaste, dental floss, interdental brush will be sufficient for the care of bonding treatments. Routine appointments with your doctor will increase the life of the bonding.
Does the bonding look natural?

The filling materials used in the bonding treatment are high-end materials and have a wide range of color scales. It appears natural because the materials chosen for the color and structure of natural teeth.
Is the bonding application applied to every place in the mouth?

Bonding treatments are generally performed in the anterior teeth since they are precision treatments for aesthetic purposes.