Bonding & Fillings


A filling is placed on a damaged tooth to restore and replace the tooth structure that has been damaged due to fracture or decay. A material is used for this purpose. We guarantee replacement of worn-out or old metal/amalgam fillings that have traces of mercury, in favor of white composite fillings that brighten your smile and improve your teeth for a more natural appearance and feel.

With the help of modern techniques and technology, you do not have to deal with the embarrassment of having unattractive and unhealthy metal margins or mercury/silver fillings. Porcelain materials are excellent for designing high quality fillings.

Bonding is a common solution for:

  • Hiding areas that have faded, as well as discoloration
  • Restoring of cracked or chipped teeth
  • Reducing the spaces between teeth or unattractive/large gaps

Bondings allow you to brighten up your smile and strengthen how your teeth look. With bonding, a plastic material is put onto a tooth that is already in place. The composite bonding will not do any harm to your teeth during this process, which happens with crowns and veneers.

There are many advantages to composite bonding:

  • The process is easy, and it is complete in less than an hour
  • No harm is done to the teeth
  • The procedure is a bit less expensive
  • The composite resins are different colors, so that one of them should match your teeth’s natural color

The composite bonds are not as extensive and durable as crowns and veneers. For this reason, there is a chance that they will need to be re-touched after a while has passed.

It is crucial to learn how properly to clean and care for composite bonds. In order to make sure that your bonding lasts a long time, it is recommended that you floss and brush them on a daily basis. Be careful when it comes to things that may stain the composites, such as tea, coffee, candy, and tobacco.

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