Bonding

Direct composite restorations, often referred to as bonding, can be constructed directly in a patient’s mouth using materials of varying color, brightness and translucency. Advanced techniques for their use can allow matching of natural tooth structure with results that are invisible to the eye. Mimicking the optical properties of actual enamel and dentin, these materials are particularly well suited for repairing individual teeth in the front of the mouth that are partially fractured. When well executed, these restorations can give the illusion that a tooth had never been damaged.

Before & After Photos — Cosmetic Bonding Treatment

Before Treatment

Before Treatment

After Cosmetic Dental Bonding

After Cosmetic Dental Bonding

Before Bonding Treatement

Before Treatment

After Bonding Treatment

After Bonding Treatment