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Tooth Bonding

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Eliminate little imperfections

Small chips, gaps, and stains put a damper on your confidence and oral health, and can drive you crazy. Dental bonding is a simple yet effective solution. Bonding involves applying a natural white composite resin directly to your teeth to cover your damaged tooth, hide imperfections, and provide a beautiful and durable smile.

Best of all, the entire treatment can be completed in just one easy visit. Bonding can address a variety of minor concerns:

• A single discolored tooth

• Small gaps between teeth

• Little chips, cracks, or cavities

• Improperly shaped tooth

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Bonding or Veneers?

Are bonding and veneers the same thing? At first glance, these treatments seem similar, but there are key differences.

  • Cost
    Bonding is more affordable than veneers.

  • Speed
    Bonding can be completed in just one appointment.

  • Transformation
    For more significant changes, veneers may be the better choice.

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How it works

Using a composite resin to bind a tooth to an existing tooth, your dentist can quickly and easily fix minor dental damage.

  • Color Matching
    The composite material is customized to match the shade of your natural teeth.

  • Tooth Prep
    We may prepare the surface to help the bonding agent stick to the tooth.

  • Bonding
    We apply the bonding material, using a UV light to cure and seal it.