Let Dr. Andrew Goldenberg help you to allow your smile to shine the way it is meant to! A composite resin is a tooth colored filling that might go a long way towards helping you to have the smile you have always wanted. Dr. Goldenberg would be happy to have a conversation with you about the dental issue you are dealing with and what your expectations are in order to determine is composite resin is the right solution for you to your unique problem. Read on to see if you think a composite resin tooth colored filling might be the answer you have been looking for, and if so, Dr. Goldenberg would be happy to answer any of your questions and help you to ensure it is the right path of treatment for you.
What is a Composite Resin?
Composite resins are tooth colored fillings that have been formulated in order to make them resemble the color of a natural tooth. The use of composite resin is typically for the filling of dental bonding of front teeth and dental cavities. The material consists of a quartz or glass filler that has been added to the resin medium, and this results in a tooth colored filling being produced in order to offer a treatment option to patients that is as natural looking as possible while still being a highly effective method for treatment.
The purpose of a composite resin is to restore teeth that have become decayed over time. They are also used as a cosmetic treatment in order to improve the smile of a patient by reshaping any teeth that have become disfigured or by changing the teeth’s color to a more desirable looking one.
How Does Placement of a Composite Work?
Composite resin is placed in the patient’s mouth in layers, and the process typically involves the use of a light in order to harden the layers as they are placed. After the process comes to an end, before the procedure is concluded, the dentist then shapes for the patient the composite into a shape that will fit the affected tooth. Finally, the composite will be polished in order to prevent early wear or staining.
Why Composite Resins?
Composite resins have great aesthetic and cosmetic value to their users. This is due to the fact that dentists are able to blend the shades in order to come up with a color that is essentially identical to the color of the surrounding teeth. Furthermore, the binding of composites to support the remaining structure of the tooth aid in the prevention of breakage, as well as insulate the affected tooth from significant changes in temperature.
Why Dr. Goldenberg?
If you think a composite resin filling is the right course of action for you, then it is important that you work with a qualified, experienced and knowledgeable professional who is fully capable of giving you exactly the service you expect. And that is exactly the experience that you will have with Dr. Andrew Goldenberg, so make an appointment to discuss your options today!