Dental Bonding

Affordably correct imperfections with a stronger longer lasting solution to teeth decay.

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What Is Teeth Bonding?

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Teeth bonding involves bonding tooth-colored composite resin to any teeth which have sustained some kind of damage. Best of all, dental bonding is a direct application and only requires one appointment to complete.

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Why get teeth bonding?

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Most people undergo teeth bonding so that a damaged tooth can be repaired, or so their smile can be significantly improved. Some patients prefer dental bonding over veneers or crowns because the dental bonding procedure is shorter and less invasive. 

Dental bonding could be an effective cosmetic dental treatment if you have:

  • Teeth with poor size and shape
  • Asymmetrical smile
  • Gaps or spacing between teeth
  • Tooth stains and discolorations
  • Chipped, cracked or broken teeth
  • Exposed tooth root

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Teeth Bonding Procedure

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First of all, you and your dentist will select a shade of resin which most closely matches your existing teeth.

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Then the surface of the tooth to be bonded will be roughened and prepared, so it will more readily accept the bonding agent which gets applied.

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After the tooth has been prepared, your dentist will apply the bonding material and shape it snugly to your tooth.

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Once the right fit has been achieved, an ultraviolet light will be used to harden the bonding agent so it becomes permanently attached to your tooth.

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Then any adjustments which might be necessary will be carried out.

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Advantages and Disadvantages of Teeth Bonding

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Tooth bonding requires only a single visit, as opposed to veneer installation which usually requires two. Bonding is very versatile in its uses, and costs considerably less than veneers do. There is also a significant time savings when going through the bonding procedure, compared to the time necessary for installing veneers. The disadvantages of tooth bonding start with the fact that they will generally not last as long as porcelain veneers can, and are not made of material which has the same level of hardness. Over a period of time, the resin composite may also absorb stains, whereas porcelain veneers will not.

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How to Take Care of Your Bonded Tooth

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If you follow your normal dental hygiene regimen of brushing and flossing twice a day, you'll be caring properly for your bonded teeth. You should avoid eating hard foods like nuts and candy as much as possible, so you don't risk cracking or breaking the bonded exterior.

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Lifespan of Bonded Teeth

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Generally speaking, bonded teeth will last between three years and ten years before they need to be replaced or tweaked. Of course, usage and proper care can have a major impact on this lifespan.

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Cost of Teeth Bonding

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For the most part, bonding a single tooth will cost you somewhere between $300 and $600, depending on the fee charged by your dentist. There's not usually a lot of variance in this cost from one place to another, because the same materials are used for tooth bonding.

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If you're considering having one or more teeth bonded, you should contact us at your earliest convenience. We'll be happy to answer any questions you might have about the process, and we can arrange an initial consultation to get the whole procedure underway for you.

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  • “Dr. Hayslip is the most caring and
    compassionate dentist I have ever seen”

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