Dental Bonding

This is what Dental Bonding looks like. Dental bonding is a broad term that serves many different functions.  Dental bonding can be used to fix cracked or chipped teeth, improve the appearance of discolored teeth, or it can refer to the filling of cavities and spaces as with composite resins or cosmetic amalgam fillings.  Dental bonding can also be used to changed the shape of the teeth and protect a tooth's root from exposure.

Dental bonding is considered a very common procedure in the dental world and can usually be accomplished in one visit.  This filling technique is utilized most often by general and cosmetic dentists because it is considered one of the least expensive cosmetic procedures.  For example, dental bonding can be used as an alternative to veneers or customized crowns, saving the patient both time and money.  There are limitations to dental bonding, however, and many dentists will only utilize this technique for small cosmetic changes or fixes, rather than a full mouth restoration. 

*Please note that the pricing offered is per tooth.

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Only a specialist can determine if Dental Bonding is right for you. Contact us using the form on the right to arrange a convenient consultation with a specialist near you.

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Time Required for Dental Bonding:
Most dental bonding procedures can be completed in 30 to 60 minutes.
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How Long do Dental Bonding results last?
The results of dental bonding will depend on a patient's oral habits, as well as the amount of work that was done.  Most bonding work will last a minimum of 3 years, and many patients can wait up to 10 years before having their bonding work touched up.
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Will my insurance company cover Dental Bonding?
If dental bonding is performed for preventative purposes, insurance may cover all or a portion of the procedure.  It never hurts to check with your provider to see what coverage you may be eligible for.
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What types of anesthesia is necessary for Dental Bonding?
Anesthesia is usually not necessary for dental bonding, unless the bonding is being used to fill a decaying tooth.
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