composite bonding

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Will dental bonding work for you?

If you have any of the following conditions, you may be a good candidate…

  • Decayed teeth
  • Chipped or cracked teeth
  • Discolored teeth
  • Spaces between your teeth
  • Short teeth
  • Unshapely teeth
  • Silver-colored fillings
  • Exposed roots due to gum recession
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Bonding. James Bonding.

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What is dental bonding?

We use a soft and pliable composite resin to repair minor chips and cracks on your teeth. The resin is placed, set, and hardened so that it chemically bonds with your existing tooth.

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How does dental
bonding work?

With the modern advancements of dental bonding, we can repair your damaged tooth in one short visit. Here’s how the simple process works…

1.

We begin by selecting a shade that perfectly matches your natural tooth color. The goal is to provide a solution that fits naturally into your existing smile.

2.

Next, we clean and prepare the tooth with materials designed to ensure the bonding materials adhere to your tooth.

3.

The matching composite resin is then applied, carefully shaped, and polished.

4.

Finally, we use an ultraviolet light to dry and harden the resin, following it up with any necessary refinements to achieve beautiful results.

What are the
benefits of
dental
bonding?

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Faster

One visit is all it takes to restore your tooth’s appearance. The entire process typically takes less than an hour from beginning to end.

Pain-free

Unless a cavity is being filled with bonding, the treatment is minimally invasive and does not require anesthesia. The only preparation you need is to make an appointment.

Enamel Preserved

Unlike other more involved restorative treatments, there is very little to no removal of tooth enamel. We simply prepare the surface of the tooth to ensure the composite resin will firmly adhere during the subsequent hardening phase.

Lasting

If the procedure was performed by a dentist with clinical expertise in this discipline, like Dr. Ratra, dental bonding has a high rate of success. Although it is not permanent, with proper care dental bonding can last several years.

Stable

The composite resin chemically bonds with the repaired tooth to create a strong and stable solution. However, we only use dental bonding to treat minor tooth repairs. More extensive issues require more involved restorative treatment options.

Affordable

When it comes to restoring your tooth’s appearance, dental bonding is one of the most affordable cosmetic solutions in dentistry.

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Restore Your
Smile

Dental bonding is a powerful, yet simple solution to quickly restore your smile. Designed to match your natural tooth color, composite bonding beautifully repairs chipped or cracked teeth, reduces gaps or spaces between teeth, and hides discoloration or faded areas on the tooth’s surface. If you’d like to see how dental bonding can help you, please contact Dr. Ratra today.

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