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What is direct bonding in cosmetic dentistry ?

Direct tooth bonding is a procedure that is used to mask imperfections on a tooth. It involves the application of a composite resin that matches the natural tooth colour. Bonding is an excellent method for covering small imperfections on the surface of a tooth and enhancing the beauty of your smile in a minimal, non-invasive way.

In direct bonding, smile correction is done with the help of composite resin material.

Bonding is done to correct the following issues regarding teeth:

  • Correcting gaps between teeth
  • Repairing and filling teeth affected by cavities
  • Repairing cracked and chipped teeth
  • Beautifying a misshapen tooth
  • Covering a discolored or stained tooth
  • Protecting the root of a tooth that has been exposed due to gum recession
  • Matching the height of a tooth with the other teeth in the mouth

Direct bonding is a time-saving and immediate correction but the drawback of this is it tends to stain more and more chances of chipping. Plaque adherence could be there if not done correctly.

Composite Direct bonding requires skills to perform.

Why teeth care centre??

Our chief dentist Dr. Pankti Patel has more than of decade experience in cosmetic dentistry. She renders the best services to patients as her utmost priority. She has excellent hand skills and is a very friendly dentist, for more information please visit our official website


 Dental emergencies can happen to both adults and children. They include severe pain, fractured and broken teeth, oral infections, and bleeding from the mouth following an injury or a blow to the face. It's crucial to consult a dentist or other medical professional as soon as possible in the event of a dental emergency in order to stop further damage and heal the mouth.

 Types of Dental Emergencies:

    1. Mouth Injuries: Seeing your dentist as soon as possible is one of the best strategies to stop more damage if your gums, teeth, or jaw are bleeding. Pain can be temporarily relieved by rinsing your mouth with water, applying an ice pack, and taking medicines, but if untreated, the pain will grow and lead to other issues.
    2. Abscesses/Infections - Gum disease and poor oral hygiene are the usual causes of abscesses and infections. If you have a long-term health issue like diabetes, you may also be at higher risk. If oral infections are not treated right away, they can spread throughout the body.
    3. A cracked or broken tooth (or teeth) can result from biting into something hard, such as candy, or from being struck in the mouth. Finding the pieces of a cracked tooth and seeing a dentist right away will allow the tooth to be fixed.
    4. Very Loose Tooth - Tooth loss can be the result of oral injuries, gum disease, or tooth decay. In some cases, a dentist may be able to stabilize and restore the tooth to prevent extraction.
    5. Knocked-Out Teeth - A dental emergency is when one or more teeth are knocked out. This frequently happens as a result of being struck in the face or having your jaw hit a hard item. The knocked-out teeth might be possible to be replaced if you save them and visit a dentist right away.
    6. Severe Toothache - Inflammation, gum disease, losing a filling, cavities, and severe toothaches are all possible causes of severe toothaches. To find out what is causing the discomfort, you must visit a dentist as soon as you can.
    7. Biting Your Tongue or Mouth Consistently - If you frequently bite your tongue or mouth, you may have bite issues that can be resolved with quick dental therapy to realign your teeth. You could require emergency dental care if you discover that the wounds are not healing or are really painful.

              First Aid for Dental Emergencies:

              First aid for dental emergencies often involves reducing pain and swelling and finding any chips or knocked-out teeth so they can be inserted back into the mouth.

              • Cold compresses and pain relievers: Applying an ice pack to the side of the face may be helpful for mouth injuries, edema, and toothaches. In addition, you can take painkillers on the way to the emergency dentist's office to help with pain management.
              • Recover Missing Teeth or Chips, If Possible: In an effort to save them for re-implantation or attachment, try to locate the missing parts or the knocked-out tooth. It is vital NOT to touch the root of a tooth that has been fully knocked out.
              • Rinsing the Mouth: Warm salt water rinses can help relieve pain and draw out infection in cases of mouth injuries, oral infections, abscesses, and toothaches. You will still need to call your dentist and make an emergency appointment.

              If you have a dental emergency and need treatment, then visit Teeth Care Centre Dental Hospital




              Use of Toothbrush Exceeds More Than Three Months

              Despite the recommendation to replace toothbrushes every two months, the majority of consumers keep their toothbrushes for more than three to four months. Change brushes often to keep your teeth clean and prevent gum infections. Also, the average person brushes their teeth for only 48 seconds per day, despite dentists' recommendations to spend at least 2-3 minutes doing so. 

               Toothbrushes Prefer Open Air and a Short Life

              Due to bacterial buildup, the maximum toothbrush use period is three months. If your toothbrush's bristles are frayed, you might need to throw it away more quickly since it cleans less thoroughly. Your toothbrush should be thoroughly dried after use and kept in a tidy, fairly open container. If not, microorganisms might multiply.

              Don’t Share Your Toothbrush!

              Normally, it's not a good idea to share a toothbrush. Even if your significant other doesn't appear to be ill, using a toothbrush with them can spread bacteria that can make you sick. The healthy human mouth is home to around 700 different bacterial species. These species can be found throughout the mouth in various places.

              Sharing is not caring in all situations!

              Bamboo Toothbrush Trends Are Reappearing  

              Even though the humble toothbrush has spent a long time switching from natural to artificial materials, it is now being returned to its original form. Natural and eco-friendly alternatives to plastic are becoming more and more well-liked as people become more aware of the connection between health, plastics, and the environment. Together with an increase in attempts to protect nature, there is a growing public demand for eco-friendly goods and services.

              Looking for a Dentist in Ahmedabad, Gujarat?

              You can ask your dentist for advice on maintaining proper oral hygiene and tooth-brushing techniques. If you need any assistance, contact Teeth Care Centre Dental Hospital.