Dental bonding

A tooth-colored composite resin is applied in thin layers and shaped to the tooth to cover small cracks, lengthen crowns, and even restore chipped teeth. The composite doesn’t just cover the tooth; it creates a chemical bond that is a cohesive, integral part of the tooth. A special light hardens the resin, which is then polished by the dentist. The color is matched to your own teeth, making the bond imperceptible.

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