Dental bonding is a cosmetic dental procedure.
It involves applying a white-colored resin material to the tooth. It is to repair or improve the appearance of a tooth.
The dentist then sculpts and shapes it to achieve the desired result. Further, the resin will be bonded to the tooth using a special light.
This procedure is commonly used for chipped or cracked teeth, closing gaps, reshaping teeth, and covering stains.
It is a relatively quick and cost-effective way to enhance the aesthetics of a smile.
- Healthline: Teeth Bonding: What You Need To Know?