Adhesive System Bonding

Adhesive System Bonding

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Regaining function and aesthetics with minimum loss of substance became a principle in today’s dentistry. Magical mirror behind smiling is straight white teeth. Teeth with shape and color disorders prevent smiling in many environments and push the individual to loneliness in social events. Adhesive systems are additions to the tooth applied for changing the color and shape, enlarging or treating impairments. Substances used with this purpose (microphile agents) hold onto the natural surface of the teeth and relieve shape and color disorders easily. Bonding is one of the most common and latest preventive dentistry procedures. In most cases, this procedure is done with minimum tooth loss.  Because of the fact that microphile agents are compatible with the structure of teeth, their color harmony is very successful.  Their coloring in time is the same with the tooth. Reasons to prefer adhesive applications are; Tooth loss being minimum and sometimes none at all, short application duration, no necessity for anesthesia in most cases and being economic. The fact that adhesive systems are applicable to all age groups provides possibility to regain aesthetic and functions in a wide range of patients.

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