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    Revitalize your smile effortlessly with our teeth bonding, a simple yet effective solution for enhancing your dental aesthetics. Ideal for correcting chips, gaps, or discolorations, our bonding procedure offers a quick transformation with stunning, natural-looking results.

    Embrace a brighter, more confident smile in just one visit. Reach out to us today and let our dentists craft the perfect smile you've always desired with dental bonding.

    What is Dental Bonding?

    Teeth bonding is a cosmetic dentistry procedure where a tooth-colored composite resin material is applied to the teeth to repair damage and improve appearance. This resin, which is a durable plastic material, is applied to the tooth and then hardened with a special light, which ultimately "bonds" the material to the tooth to restore or improve a smile.

    This non-invasive treatment can address a variety of dental issues, including:

    • Repairing chipped or cracked teeth.
    • Filling in gaps between teeth.
    • Changing the shape of teeth to make them appear longer or more uniform.
    • Covering up discoloration on the tooth's surface.
    • Serving as a cosmetic alternative to silver amalgam fillings.
    • Protecting the tooth's root that has been exposed due to gum recession.

    What Are the Benefits of Dental Bonding?

    Dental bonding is an effective way to improve the aesthetics of your teeth. You can use dental bonding to cover stained, chipped or crooked teeth. This procedure also has a number of other benefits, including: 

    • Enhance your confidence - Never feel shy about showing off your smile again
    • Affordable - Dental bonding is often half the price of veneers
    • 100% safe - The dental tooth bonding procedure is non-invasive, and dentists don’t need to shave off the enamel
    • Healthier teeth - Protect your teeth from stains and general wear with a bond for teeth

    Dental bonding is a safe, low cost and easy way to hide imperfections. In less than 60 minutes, you can leave our clinic with straight and white teeth!


    Teeth bonding stages

    1 Tooth Preparation

    Little to no preparation is needed for bonding. Anesthesia is often not required unless the bonding is being used to fill a decayed tooth.

    2 Composite Resin

    Dentist will select a composite resin color that closely matches the natural shade of your teeth.

    3 Roughening the Surface

    The tooth surface is roughened, and a conditioning liquid is applied, which helps the bonding material adhere.

    4 Applying the Resin

    The tooth-colored resin is then applied, molded, and smoothed to the desired shape. The material is hardened with a curing light or laser.

    5 Finishing bonding

    After the resin has hardened, the dentist will trim, shape, and polish it to match the sheen of the rest of the tooth surface.

    How long does dental bonding?

    The entire process usually takes about 30 to 60 minutes per tooth and can be completed in one dental visit. With proper care, however, dental bonding can last several years before needing a touch-up or replacement.

    Frequently Asked Questions

    Who Can Get Dental Bonding?

    Dental bonding is available to most patients. If your teeth are cavity free and you have healthy gums then you can take advantage of dental bonding. Dental bonding procedures are recommended for people who have minor damage to their teeth, such as discoloration, cracks, or chips, but overall their teeth are healthy.

    How Does Dental Bonding Work?

    Did you know a teeth bonding procedure can take as little as 30 minutes? Firstly your dentist will match the color of your existing teeth to the composite resin. Then the dentist will put a conditioning liquid onto your tooth. The soft resin is applied onto your tooth and crafted into a specific shape. Then laser light is used to harden the material and bond it to your teeth. Once it is bonded, your dentist will shape the composite resin until you get a natural look.

    Is Dental Bonding Painful?

    Dental bonding is not painful at all. Your dentist will simply place the composite material onto your teeth and use a special light to bond it in place. The procedure takes less than 1 hour, and dentists do not need to remove enamel from your teeth.

    How Much Does Dental Bonding Cost?

    The cost of dental teeth bonding is between $100 and $400 per tooth depending on the extent of the imperfection. The price for bonding for teeth is significantly lower than the price for veneers which can cost more than $1000 per tooth. Dental bonding is a great budget-friendly way to improve the look of your teeth. 

    Receive Dental Bonding at Advanced Dental Wellness Center!

    Are you tired of dealing with imperfect teeth? Advanced Dental Wellness Center can help with our dental bonding procedures!  In just one appointment, we can give you a perfect smile and quickly fix chipped, crooked, or stained teeth. Book your appointment at Advanced Dental Wellness Center, and get the smile you deserve!


    Sally Farag
    Sally Farag

    I went to 2 dentists that didn’t do anything and then I finally got to Dr. Lipovetskiy and he literally saved me!! I’ve been suffering from chronic constant pain for about a week in the right side of my mouth and I couldn’t function in any way. The doctor and his amazing and kind team really helped me. Thank you!!

    Aaron Erickson
    Aaron Erickson

    Very happy to find a holistic dentist who has trained in the Hal Huggins method and who understands internal health and the relationship between teeth and organs.

    Ariane Wolinsky
    Ariane Wolinsky

    I did a lot of research to find a holistic dentist that worked with our insurance. My husband is very particular about what dentist he will go to. I am happy to say that he had an amazing experience at Advanced Dental Wellness. Dr. Lipovetskiy cares for the wellness of his patients above all. We highly recommend his services.

    Still Unconvinced That Bonding Is The Best Option?

    Although porcelain veneers can produce very realistic outcomes, they are far more costly and could be out of reach for certain patients. Though teeth whitening can be an option for patients concerned about stains, even specialist therapies may not be sufficient to address severe discoloration. When the composite is carefully sculpted onto your teeth, bonding is a flexible choice that produces natural-looking results. Lack of trust in your smile may have several negative consequences for your quality of life. dental bonding is a relatively inexpensive procedure that will significantly enhance the quality of the teeth.

    To continue the transition, book an appointment with Dr. Lipovetskiy in Fort Lauderdale.

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