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Century Dental
Phone: (971) 708-1608
2831 SE Cornelius Pass Rd.
Hillsboro OR 97123
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Jeff R. Call, DMD, FAGD, FICOI
Dix C. Densley, DDS, FAGD, FICOI

As of May 1st, 2020, we are open for all dental appointments


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Do Your Teeth Stay Healthier When You Have Dental Bonding?


Posted on 11/10/2018 by Century Dental LLC
Do Your Teeth Stay Healthier When You Have Dental Bonding?Dental bonding is a procedure that can help repair problems with the teeth. Whether it is to fix a racked or broken tooth or if it is for something else, the use of dental bonding is effective.

Some people may wonder if it does more than just fix a problem with a tooth or teeth. They wonder if their teeth will stay healthier because of the procedure. It is a good thing to know about.

What is Dental Bonding


Before understanding how dental bonding can impact your health, it is a good idea to understand what it is. Dental bonding is a procedure where resin is applied to a tooth or an area around the teeth. A light is applied that permanently bonds the resin to the teeth.

Dental bonding can help people who suffer from problem such as:

•  Tooth decay
•  Chipped, fractured or broken teeth
•  Discolored teeth
•  Gaps in teeth

It is a cost-effective form of treatment for problems with the teeth.

How It Improves Health


While many people look at dental bonding as a cosmetic procedure that helps improve a person's appearance, they do not realize that it also helps improve the overall health of the individual. Part of that is due to the feeling that a person gets when they improve the way they look.

They are happier and feel less stress because they do not worry about what others say about them. This improves both their mental and physical health.

Repairing broken or damaged teeth and gums also impact the heath. The dental bonding allows people to continue doing things normally. They can eat the foods they want, and they can follow a good oral hygiene routine without fear of causing more damage. This allows them to give their teeth and body what they need for optimal health.

To learn more about dental bonding or any other dental procedure, contact the professionals at our office.
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