Eliminate little imperfections
Small chips, gaps, and stains put a damper on your confidence and oral health, and can drive you crazy. Dental bonding is a simple yet effective solution. Bonding involves applying a natural white composite resin directly to your teeth to cover your damaged tooth, hide imperfections, and provide a beautiful and durable smile.
Best of all, the entire treatment can be completed in just one easy visit.
Bonding can address a variety of minor concerns:
- A single discolored tooth
- Small gaps between teeth
- Little chips, cracks, or cavities
- Improperly shaped tooth
Bonding or Veneers?
Are bonding and veneers the same thing? At first glance, these treatments seem similar, but there are key differences.
Bonding is more affordable than veneers.
Bonding can be completed in just one appointment.
For more significant changes, veneers may be the better choice.
How it works
The composite material is customized to match the shade of your natural teeth.
We may prepare the surface to help the bonding agent stick to the tooth.
We apply the bonding material, using a UV light to cure and seal it.
How much does bonding cost?
- The cost of bonding is calculated per tooth.
- Some dental insurance plans cover most of the cost of bonding, particularly when it is done for structural or health reasons.
- We’ll explain your estimated out-of-pocket investment.
Our office is in-network with Delta Premier and bills all other providers. We’ll explain how your specific dental benefits apply to the cost of your Invisalign treatment. No insurance? Cash, check, and credit card payments are always accepted.
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— David G.
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— Fadil R.
We’re conveniently located in the Denver Tech Center area. Find us on the 4th floor of the Triad Office Park building. Plenty of free parking available.
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Frequently Asked Questions
How long does bonding last on a tooth?
Dental bonding often lasts 4-8 years or more before needing a touchup treatment.
Does bonding ruin your teeth?
No. Dental bonding does not affect the natural enamel of your teeth.
Does tooth bonding break easily?
Composite resin is almost as durable as your natural tooth enamel. To avoid damage, just continue with proper brushing, flossing, and routine dental visits.
Can bonded teeth be whitened?
We’ll make sure the bonding material matches the natural color of your teeth. However, bonding material does not respond to teeth whitening treatments.
We’re ready to help. Give us a call at (303) 220-7662.