When it comes to restorative dental work, the obvious priority is ensuring that the procedure is effective. Alongside that concern can be your anxiety over how your tooth will look after being treated. When it comes to taking care of a cavity, composite resin fillings offer an effective, attractive solution. The resin material offers the benefit of being capable of bonding directly to your tooth. That means enjoying a stable hold, and less risk for movement than with a metal filling. As for how its appearance, the material has such a similar appearance to your enamel that your dentist can also use it in cosmetic dental work.

Placing A Dental Filling

A dental filling is used to restore the portion of your tooth that has to be removed during a cavity treatment. Your dentist will place and seal the filling, so that it stays in place, and leaves your tooth whole again. You should note that if your cavity is larger, a filling will not be able to effectively serve as a restoration – a dental crown would be appropriate in these situations.

How Composite Resin Contributes To Cosmetic Dentistry

Your dentist can use composite resin to restore a tooth, or to improve on its look. Dental bonding is able to address minor dental damages that do not call for restorative work. A bonding treatment also helps with teeth that are discolored. Your dentist can ensure that the color and look of your tooth after treatment fits in with your surrounding teeth. Dental bonding offers long-term benefits, and it can be completed in a single visit.