Additions to the tooth to change the color or shape of the tooth, enlarge it or treat a defect. The materials used for this purpose can be easily removed by attaching them to the outer surface of the natural tooth.

Bonding is one of the most popular and most recently applied preservative and esthetic dentistry procedures. In most cases, this process is performed with the least amount of tooth loss. The most important thing to know about Bonding is that it is possible to wear an abrasion if the tooth is light. It can also be done without etching, but it has the disadvantages such as a thickening in the front surface of the tooth (as it is made) and a reduction in retention (relative to the abraded surface).

Compared to the advantages and disadvantages of this process, even if abrasion is done, the advantages of aesthetics outweigh the advantages.

As long as there is no deep bruises on the teeth, there is no need for deep tissue treatment (this can be done without hesitation in patients with injection phobia).

Problems with which the procedure is most frequently applied

Teeth that stain quickly as the surface is rough
Ideally small, short or intermittent teeth
Broken teeth with trauma
Teeth that whitening cannot reach the desired whiteness
Ideally, patients should be replaced on teeth
Teeth with deep bruises
Reasons for preference

Elimination of aesthetic concerns
Too short the time spent (depending on the alternatives)
To be much more economical
Minimal loss of matter in the tooth
Things to consider after the process

It is not necessary to pay attention to the normal teeth with the same extra care, nail-eating, constant ingestion of the core, foreign body break with teeth, general oral hygiene etc. as.