Dental BondingDental bonding has outgrown all expectations and is now a sought after method for dental procedures. Dentists that provide bonding procedures are very popular, and typically have a long list of clients looking for their treatment. Since dentists today tend to rely on the bonding treatment almost 90 percent of the time, it is extremely easy for them to make a mistake and mess up the procedure in the long run.

Not only do these dentists need to have sufficient knowledge in the subject matter, but they are also required to know the tips on how to satisfy clients.  In this article, we look at some of the tips that can help you in this regard, and how you can implement them:

Understanding Direct and Indirect Bonding

Bonding is usually grouped into two different categories; direct and indirect bonding. Both of these methods work differently to give the required treatment to your patients. Direct dental bonding is usually used as the sought after treatment for anterior teeth, because of how it produces esthetic results that look amazing. To simplify the process, direct bonding is basically a procedure that requires the placement of composite restorations upon multiple or single teeth/tooth. Once the composite has been shaped and placed upon the tooth, it works to improve the condition.

Indirect bonding usually requires more sophistication then direct bonding, and will often require paying a visit to a dental laboratory. The restorations are not composite and are usually prepared by the dental laboratory, before being applied by the dentist.

Indirect bonding is often the go-to option for dentists servicing patients with large restorations. This usually happens because indirect bonding can greatly minimize the shrinkage that happens when the applied material cures down. Indirect bonding is often the go-to method of treatment for posterior teeth.


Bonding has really evolved when it comes to adhesives. Benefits of adhesives have now transformed, as these are now used to put restorations in place.

“Not only have our composites changed, and we are now into nanoparticle composites, bulk-fill composites, and composites that really wear just like teeth, but also our bonding agents have changed so much,” said a renowned Dentist. “We’ve gone from three-component systems of bonding agents to one-bottle systems where everything is all in there. Literally, the paradigm in bonding both direct and indirect have changed dramatically in the last three to five years.”

Bonding Transformation

Dentists that aren’t keeping themselves updated with the latest methods of adhesives and indirect bonding might just be slipping behind others that have implemented modern methods.

Dental bonding doesn’t work by sticking a restoration on the patient’s teeth but requires extreme attention towards adhesive. The material should be studied properly, and work should only begin when the details are clear.

Contact Dr. Mansky DDS in Troy, MI Today!

For more information on dental bonding or any other subject matter regarding your oral health, please feel free to give the office of Paul Mansky Dental a call today!  We are located in Troy, Michigan and can be reached at (248) 689-5508. We hope we have the opportunity to work with you soon!