Tooth bonding is able to withstand everyday functions, allowing you to eat and live without worrying about your teeth. How long the bonding lasts can depend on many things, including how you care for your teeth. If you perform good home care and routine dental check-ups, dental bonding lasts for many years. If you are not consistent with home care or professional cleanings, the bonded teeth will not last as long as they could. Bonded teeth are susceptible to staining just like normal teeth, so you should avoid smoking and limit intake of wine, green tea, and other staining products.
Dental bonding can fix a number of dental problems, including gaps between your teeth, chipped or fractured teeth, discolored or stained teeth, and oddly sized or shaped teeth.
Dental bonding treatment costs will vary based on your unique needs and how many teeth require bonding. During your personal consultation, Dr. Gilmor or Dr. Phillips will discuss cost estimates with you and present financing and payment options. Our staff will work directly with you to find a payment solution to fit comfortably into your budget.