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Dental bonding and composite fillings improve and restore your smile.

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Dental Bonding & Composite Dental Fillings

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WHAT ARE COMPOSITE FILLINGS?

Composite fillings, or white fillings, consist of a composite material that matches the color of your teeth, allowing you to have a natural-looking smile. The fillings “fill in” the spaces left by cavities, strengthening and restoring the tooth.

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WHAT IS DENTAL BONDING?

Dental bonding is a simple cosmetic treatment to improve the appearance of your teeth. It can usually be completed quickly and comfortable in a single visit with our dentists.

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HOW IS DENTAL BONDING COMPLETED?

Our dentists will place a composite resin material on your teeth. This material is then shaped and sculpted to remove cosmetic flaws and improve the appearance of your teeth. Finally, we will harden, trim and polish your teeth to complete your treatment.

Dental Bonding & Composite Dental Fillings

 

Dental Bonding & Composite Dental Fillings
Dental bonding corrects aesthetic flaws in your smile, and composite dental fillings fill in cavities to make your teeth healthier. If you are interested in learning more about how our dentists and team at Dentistry and Braces Group can use dental bonding and composite dental fillings to improve the appearance and health of your smile, please call us today!

We offer dental bonding and composite dental fillings to repair flaws and cavities in your smile. We utilize composite resin in both treatments to match the natural color of your teeth.

Dental Bonding
Dental bonding allows us to repair small aesthetic issues with your smile, such as cracks in your teeth, mishappen teeth and spaces between teeth. Dental bonding needs little, if any, tooth preparation and typically only requires one appointment. During the appointment, we will shape the tooth-colored resin to correct the flaw and then harden and trim it. While we can match the color of your smile, we can also use a lighter shade to brighten discolored teeth.

Composite Dental Fillings
We use composite dental fillings as an option for a more natural looking filling. During the filling process, we will numb the area and then remove the decayed areas of the tooth. We will then clean the tooth and fill the areas left by cavities with composite resin, hardening the resin afterward. In addition to matching the color of your teeth, composite dental fillings are less likely to fracture and will provide insultation, protecting the tooth from being sensitive to temperature changes.

If you would like to learn more about dental bonding and composite dental fillings, or if you would like to schedule an appointment, call today! We would be happy to answer your questions.