Dental Bonding

Dental Bonding


For those who have any visibly discolored or chipped teeth, we offer dental bonding in our Arizona locations to restore your smile.  For this procedure, our dentists will bond durable and tooth-colored material to the surface of your teeth.  Because of the simplicity of dental bonding, you can leave Burns Dentistry with a new smile in just one visit!

Dental bonding is a simple, conservative way to improve the appearance of your smile.  During the bonding process, our skilled dentist places a composite resin material directly onto the tooth structure. Because the resin is malleable and putty-like when first applied, we can shape and sculpt it to fit your tooth and correct flaws in the tooth’s appearance. The composite resin is then hardened, trimmed, and polished to provide a lasting, aesthetic restoration for your smile.  Dental bonding typically requires just one visit to our office, and because this treatment usually necessitates little to no tooth preparation, you can rest assured that your visit will be comfortable and painless.

Dental Bonding FAQs

Dental bonding is an excellent choice for certain aesthetic situations. There are some constraints with the composite resin product, so consult your DHA dental expert concerning the best alternative for you.

How long does dental bonding last?

The success of oral bonding is determined, in the component, on the area of the repair on the tooth. Several clients with bonding on their front teeth stay clear of straight attacking right into food that can endanger the structural strength of oral bonding.

How do I care for my bonded teeth?

Teeth that have actually had oral bonding done do not require special or various at-residence care. As stated above, oral bonding can tarnish over time and good oral care can help with this.

Will my insurance policy cover the price of bonding?

The majority of the insurers will certainly not cover dental bonding as they consider it aesthetic. However, it doesn't hurt to call your insurance company to ask if they have insurance coverage for cosmetic dental work. You can also refer to your insurance pamphlet you were offered to check for aesthetic coverage.

If you need help acquiring this info, a Dental Health and Wellness Associates front desk personnel member would certainly be happy to assist you. If you are a DHA person, our economic planners will help you acquire a quote of protection if requested.

The success of dental bonding is figured out, in part, on the place of the remediation on the tooth. Several clients with bonding on their front teeth stay clear of straight biting into food that can compromise the structural sturdiness of oral bonding. Teeth that have had dental bonding done do not need various or special at-home treatment. The majority of insurance companies will certainly not cover dental bonding as they consider it aesthetic.

Our dentist may recommend dental bonding in order to close gaps and spaces between teeth, improve misshapen teeth, lighten stained or discolored teeth, or restore chipped or cracked teeth.  We will use a shade of composite resin that matches the original color of your teeth for a natural-looking effect.  If you would prefer, we can use a slightly lighter shade to whiten the color of your teeth.  For more information on cosmetic dental bonding and how we can help you improve your smile, we welcome you to contact us today.

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