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If your smile is at risk for an oral accident or injury, it is important to employ all the necessary tooth hazard prevention plans you can. However, it may not be possible to prevent all forms of damage. If for any reason you have suffered minor damage to your teeth, consider a treatment such as a dental bond. With a dental bond, not only will they make your teeth look better, but they will also better protect your smile from future oral health hazards and risks.

In order to ensure your smile gets the proper oral health care it needs, make sure any form of dental damage that arises will be taken care of as soon as possible. If you have suffered an oral accident or injury, it will need to be repaired with a tooth restoration. Speak with your dentist to determine which restorations are best for any issues that you may have with your smile. One highly effective treatment to consider is a dental bonding treatment. Dental bonding treatments have been proven effective for improving your smile by repairing surface damage to teeth. They can be used for repairing chips and cracks in your teeth and even for restoring damage due to discolorations and stains. Furthermore, they will dramatically enhance the aesthetics of your smile.

If you need a tooth decay treatment, dental bondings are often required to fill in the cavities. Furthermore, dental bonding treatments are wonderful cosmetic alternatives to amalgam fillings as they can protect a portion of a tooth that has been exposed to a cavity. Dental bonds are also extremely durable and can last up to ten years. In addition, dental bonding treatments have been proven extremely beneficial for protecting a portion of a tooth’s root if it has been exposed to a recession of your gums.

Are you still seeking more information concerning dental bonding treatments? If you would like more information about dental bonding treatments or would like to schedule an appointment with The Artful Dentist, you can call us at 512-288-6444. Dr. George Daszko and our entire team here at our dentist office in Austin, Texas, look forward to seeing you.