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How do I prepare for dental bonding?

To prepare for dental bonding, continue practicing good dental hygiene. Unless your dentist gives you specific instructions, simply brush  and floss regularly prior to your dental bonding procedure.

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Will having dental bonding hurt?
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Dental bonding does not hurt; in most cases no anesthesia is necessary to perform the procedure. In...
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What are the benefits of having dental bonding?
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The benefits of dental bonding are largely cosmetic, including hiding cracks, chips, discolorati...
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What are the risks of having dental bonding?
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While every dental procedure comes with the risk of infection, there are few risks associated wi...
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How long does dental bonding last?
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Dental bonding can last several years. The durability depends on where in your mouth the bonding...
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