7730 N. Union Boulevard #101
Colorado Springs, CO 80920


Bonding is perfectly matched to the rest of your teeth for a flawless, beautiful finish.

What is a Dental Bonding?

Dental bonding utilizes a composite resin-type material to repair and correct slight imperfections on the very front of your teeth. Bonding is durable and can last for years before the restoration needs to be replaced. Bonding is perfectly matched to the rest of your teeth for a flawless, beautiful finish. The procedure is minimally invasive and often requires little to no anesthesia.

Why might you need Dental Bonding?

Dental bonding is an ideal fix for minor dental imperfections. Most patients choose bonding as a more cost-effective alternative to other procedures. Some of the major reasons you may want or even need a dental bonding include:

• You have small or large gaps as well as spaces between teeth
• Your teeth have small cracks, fractures or breaks in them
• Your teeth are slightly uneven
• You are unhappy with the look of your smile

What makes you a great candidate for Dental Bonding?

A dental bonding is a great option for most adult patients who are ready to transform the look and even feel of their smile. The procedure is noninvasive and requires little to no anesthesia. Because bonding is personalized to each patient, you can expect beautiful results that are designed to last. Your bonding can last up to a decade with proper care and oral hygiene.

What can you expect during the Dental Bonding procedure?

Your first appointment involves a consultation to have dental bonding done. You will then come back in and have the teeth prepared for the bonding material. A composite resin material is then used and shaped to the surface of your tooth. A bright blue light is used to cure the resin and blend it seamlessly into your smile. With proper care, your bonding will last for up to 10 years. We are able to place new bonding as well as replace old bonding that you might have. Dental bonding can help save money because it prevents the need for more invasive procedures that are designed to fix minor imperfections.

If you are interested in having dental bonding done, call our practice today so that we can schedule you for an appointment.