Bonding and White Fillings
- gaps within the teeth,
- hide dramatic stains on the teeth,
- reshape misshapen teeth, or
- fill the crevice left in a tooth after a cavity has been removed.
The process of receiving a bonding with a white filling is a simple one. First, we will mold a composite resin over an adhesive gel placed on the tooth, and the resin and adhesive will then be exposed to an ultraviolet light. Exposure to the light hardens the resin, and you’re only a quick polish away from a fresh new smile.
Bonding is an noticeable improvement over unsightly silver amalgam fillings. With the state-of-the-art advanced dental technology used in our office, bonding usually lasts for over 10 years. It is a safe, easily affordable, and an attractive option for many dental problems.
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