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Cosmetic Bonding – Manchester, CT

A Fast Fix for Flawed Teeth

If you have aesthetic imperfections in your teeth, cosmetic dentistry offers a number of ways to correct such issues. One popular treatment is known as cosmetic bonding, dental bonding, or direct bonding. This quick and convenient service can disguise flaws in teeth and enhance the overall appearance of your smile. On this page, you will learn more about what cosmetic bonding is, how it can benefit you, and more.

Why Choose First Line Dentistry for Cosmetic Bonding?

What Is Cosmetic Bonding?

Woman’s beautiful smile after cosmetic bonding in Manchester

Cosmetic bonding is a procedure wherein we mold a tooth-colored resin over a patient’s tooth in order to change the tooth’s appearance. The resin is the same material that is commonly used for tooth-colored fillings. Cosmetic bonding can correct a number of imperfections, including chips, cracks, small gaps, discoloration, and more.

How Does Cosmetic Bonding Work?

Carefully selecting shade for male patient’s cosmetic bonding

We start the procedure by carefully selecting a shade of resin that will blend in seamlessly with the color of the natural teeth around it. Then, we prepare the tooth with a mild etching solution. Roughening up the tooth’s surface helps the bonding material to adhere well to it. After the tooth is ready, we apply the resin and carefully shape it in a way that hides the tooth’s flaws. A special curing light hardens the resin in a matter of seconds. After we double-check to make sure that the bonding looks natural and make any necessary final adjustments, you can go off and enjoy your new look.

Benefits of Cosmetic Bonding

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Cosmetic bonding offers numerous benefits:

Cost of Cosmetic Bonding

Dental professional and patient discussing cost of cosmetic bonding

The cost of your bonding procedure will depend on a few factors, including the number of teeth that you wish to transform with it. When you visit us for your consultation, we will give you a candid estimate for your treatment’s price. Dental insurance usually does not cover cosmetic bonding, but if you cannot or do not want to pay for the entirety of your treatment upfront, our team can help you to apply for low-interest financing.

Is Cosmetic Bonding Right for Me?

Middle-aged woman giving thumbs up for cosmetic bonding

We often recommend cosmetic bonding for patients who want a fast, cost-effective way to change the appearance of one or two teeth. If you would like a more extensive smile transformation, or you want your results to last for as long as possible, we may recommend that you opt for porcelain veneers instead. Veneers are more durable than bonding and often last for well over 10 years.

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