Dental Bonding

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Monday9AM - 6PM
Tuesday9AM - 6PM
Wednesday8AM - 8PM
Thursday9AM - 8PM
Friday8AM - 5PM
Saturday9AM - 3PM

If you have a chip, spot of decay, fractured, or discolored tooth, our dentists may often recommend undergoing a procedure called dental bonding to fix the problem. Essentially, bonding is the use of a composite resin to rebuild the damaged area of the tooth. 

Bonding requires a good deal of skill and experience on our dentist’s behalf, to craft the resin into the natural shape to achieve the look of the normal tooth. Like with other procedures that utilize composite resin, bonding resin is tooth-colored, which allows it to blend in seamlessly. 

In just one short appointment, many imperfections can be corrected with the use of dental bonding. 

What is Dental Bonding Used For?

There are several types of dental situations that bonding is a great solution for. Not only is the outcome aesthetically appealing, but it holds up to all the necessary functions of a normal tooth. Bonding can correct the following issues:

  • Fix chips or cracked teeth
  • Fill in the space between two teeth
  • Add length to one or more teeth to create uniformity
  • Change the shape of a tooth
  • Enhance the whiteness of a stained or discolored tooth
  • Protect an exposed root of a tooth caused by receding gums or other condition

Bonding is an affordable solution to a variety of subtle dental imperfections. Consult with one of our cosmetic dentists to learn more about the details and develop a course of action to get the smile you desire.