Dental bonding is a great way to quickly and affordably repair small imperfections on teeth. In a way, bonding is like a simplified version of a veneer or a crown. While it cannot withstand the kind of wear and tear that other solutions can, bonding works well in a variety of situations when carefully treatment planned

Like many people, your teeth may develop cosmetic problems despite your best efforts. Even if you are diligent about maintaining excellent oral hygiene and visit the dentist regularly for cleanings and oral exams, issues may arise. Whether you chip a tooth while playing sports or start to notice discoloration, which can occur naturally with age, you have plenty of options. Bonding is among the simplest and most cost-effective of them, especially in situations listed below:
  • To fill in a small gap between two teeth
  • To repair decayed teeth by filling a cavity with tooth-colored resin
  • To change the shape of a tooth
  • To repair chips or cracks in teeth
  • To make a tooth larger which is usually done to make it match to other teeth
  • To cover up discoloration
  • To protect the root of a tooth after it has been exposed by receding gums

Why work with us?

We will analyze the tooth in question to determine whether bonding makes sense to you. Keep in mind that bonding is not appropriate in all cases. For instance, it can’t usually be used on teeth that undergo a lot of pressure from biting or chewing. It’s also not appropriate for covering large areas of decay or significant damage.