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What Is Teeth Bonding And Who Would Use It

A tooth bonding is a painless dental procedure which can be used for many different reasons.

How does dental bonding work?

The dentist uses a special resin that has the colour of a tooth, which he places on your damaged tooth, then helps it cure with a special light.

Once the last layer is hard, the dentist, will then polish and shape it to look like your natural teeth.

No one will ever be able to tell that the tooth has been bonded unless you tell them.

What are the reasons one would need bonding?

There are several reasons a tooth bonding would be needed. Some of which are;
• Cracks
• Chips
Broken tooth
Decay forming
• Stains
• Roots exposed

Who would benefit from a bonding?

Anyone who has a chipped, broken, stained, or a tooth that is sensitive to hot or cold from teenagers to someone who is 99 can benefit from a teeth bonding Toronto.

Does insurance pay for tooth bonding?

A majority of insurance will pay a portion of the cost of a tooth bonding.

You will need to talk to your dental insurance provider to see how much they cover when it comes to tooth bonding.

Is tooth bonding expensive?

The price of teeth bonding Toronto depends on how many teeth you need to be bonded, the health of the tooth, and what other procedures may need to be done.

The average cost per tooth is somewhere between $200 and $400 per tooth.

When you consider that is cheaper than a dental implant or a partial denture, plus it helps you keep your natural tooth longer, the price is quite reasonable.

If you have a tooth that is chipped, cracked, broken, or stained and you would like to find out about teeth bonding Toronto speak to your dentist.


Lawrence Avenue Dental February 20, 2018