Bonding materials last between three to ten years before retouch or replacement. However, this lifespan can depend on many factors, including how much bonding is applied and your oral dental habits and homecare.
Therefore you must ensure that you give your bonded teeth the same type and amount of care as your natural teeth.
Bonded teeth can be weaker than natural teeth. So we recommend watching out for food substances that can stain them. Such foods to avoid include smoke, coffee, and cigarettes. Another bad habit of quitting when you get your teeth bonded is biting on hard stuff like fingernails, pens, or chewing on ice.
Such items can chip on the resin and reduce the lifespan of your artificial teeth coating.
Sometimes you might experience discomfort immediately after the bonding procedure. For example, you may feel sharp edges on your teeth or a little pain when you bite into something.
When this happens, kindly call your dentist. The same should also apply in case when the chips or pieces of your bonded teeth begin to fall off.