Westchester Bonding Dentist
Cosmetic Dentistry and Full Mouth Rehabilitation for Your Maximum Oral Health
Cosmetic dentistry treatments often work hand-in-hand with full mouth rehabilitation. Serious dental trauma will most likely require some type of dental rehabilitation. But restoration may also be needed to correct problems resulting from wear and tear on your teeth over time.
The Westchester bonding dentist will restore and rejuvenate your smile
Whatever the problem, a combination of cosmetic and restorative dental treatments can effectively correct the issue before it becomes more complicated and costly to fix. Aiello Dental Excellence provides a number of treatments that will successfully restore your smile to maximum functionality and beauty.
Transitional Bonding Restores Your Healthy Smile
Bonding is a cosmetic dental treatment used by the Westchester bonding dentist that involves adding tooth-colored materials to the surface of your teeth. In cosmetic dentistry, bonding is often used to perfect the appearance of a patient’s smile by covering defects like discoloration, chips, and gaps between teeth.
But dental bonding can also be used to build up the surface of your tooth to correct issues like a misaligned dental bite. Research shows that a problem with your bite often leads to more serious oral health issues like TMJ, which can have a detrimental effect on your overall health.
In these cases, Transitional Bonding offers the patient a way to ‘transition’ into a permanent dental solution. The process provides your Bellwood dentist with the extra time he needs to address and correct issues related to bite and aesthetics.
How Transitional Bonding Works
We start by taking impressions of your teeth and creating a model that mimics the natural action of your jaw as it moves up and down. Transitional Bonding is then used to gradually build up the natural teeth to ‘transition’ your bite into correct position.
This is important because the muscles in your jaw exert tremendous force on your teeth. The additional time provided by Westchester dental transitional bonding allows those muscles to adapt to the change in your dental bite as you move through treatment. This process will be continued over time until a proper dental bite is restored and permanent restorations like crowns and bridges can be placed.