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Teeth Bonding

After the teeth bonding procedure, patients can expect to resume their normal activities immediately. Pain management is typically not an issue, but if it is needed, over-the-counter pain relievers will be enough.

Our patients have reported high levels of satisfaction with their teeth bonding results. We are confident that you would be too.

Teeth bonding is a cosmetic dental procedure where we adhere a tooth-colored composite material on top of your natural teeth to change their appearance. Then, we shape and polish the material, so it blends in with your other teeth. The result is a natural-looking and more aesthetically pleasing smile.

Why Choose Us for Teeth Bonding

We listen to your concerns and goals to develop a personalized treatment plan for your dream smile. Our experienced and top-rated dentists use proven technology and materials for the best possible results.

We provide:

  • Affordable care: We offer competitive prices for our teeth bonding services without compromising on the quality of care.
  • Minimally invasive options: Teeth bonding is a procedure that can be completed in just one appointment and conserves as much of your natural teeth as possible.
  • Personalized treatment: Every patient has unique needs, and we take the time to listen to your concerns and goals to develop a personalized treatment plan.
  • Expertise: Our team has years of experience in cosmetic dentistry and has helped countless patients achieve their dream smile.

Who might need this?

Tooth Bonding may be the right solution for patients experiencing:
  • arrow People with chipped or cracked teeth
  • arrow People with discolored or stained teeth
  • arrow People with gaps or spaces between teeth
  • arrow People with misshapen teeth


Teeth Bonding

Is teeth bonding painful?

No, teeth bonding is not a painful procedure. It is typically performed using a local anesthetic to ensure that the patient is comfortable throughout the procedure.

How long does teeth bonding last?

Teeth bonding can last anywhere from three to ten years depending on the patient's oral hygiene and care habits. Regular dental checkups and cleanings can help extend the life of teeth bonding.

Can I eat and drink normally after teeth bonding?

Yes, you can eat and drink normally after teeth bonding. However, it is important to avoid chewing on hard objects such as ice or pens, as this can damage the bonding material.

How long does the teeth bonding procedure take?

The teeth bonding procedure typically takes about 30 to 60 minutes per tooth, depending on the complexity of the case.

Is teeth bonding covered by insurance?

Teeth bonding is considered a cosmetic dental procedure and is usually not covered by insurance. However, we offer affordable payment options to make the procedure more accessible for our patients.

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