Cosmetic bonding is the application of composite resin material to the teeth. It is useful for repairing discolored, fractured, chipped, or decayed teeth. Cosmetic bonding is less costly and differs from porcelain veneers, which are produced in the laboratory and require a customized mold to fit properly. Cosmetic bonding can be achieved in just a single visit. The procedure is called bonding because the material bonds to the tooth.
Cosmetic bonding, also known as dental bonding or oral bonding, deals with the bonding or adhesion of resin material to the natural tooth with the main purpose of improving the smile and the overall look of the teeth.
Dental bonding offers a successful application of filling material on the original tooth enamel and dentin. Cosmetic bonding looks exactly like the original tooth and functions in a similar way. Dental bonding helps to improve your smile in an additive manner.