Dental bonding is a procedure in which a tooth-colored material is bonded onto a tooth. At Bunker Hill Dentistry bonding is used in many different situations: Restoring a fractured tooth Closing gaps between teeth Improving the form and overall appearance of teeth Increasing the length of short teeth Whitening teeth that are not responsive to bleaching When done properly, results from tooth bonding are just as beautiful as veneers. There is even an advantage: affordability. Bonding material is not as hard as porcelain, but it is easily repaired in one visit. This is more convenient than dealing with the cost and hassle of replacing a veneer. Learn more about the differences between dental bonding and porcelain veneers here! Dental Bonding – Before and After Bunker Hill Dentistry Why Bunker Hill Dentistry For Dental Bonding? Dental bonding is one of the most challenging cosmetic procedures performed by dentists. It requires a perceptive mind and creative vision. Dentists must be able to visualize the possibilities and truly know the end-result before any operation can take place. In addition, dentists need to have the proper training, experience, and understanding of dental materials. Finally they need the hand coordination to execute the visualized cosmetic planning. Dr. Le has both dental education and a BA in Studio Art. This gives him an advantage when planning and performing a bonding procedure. His results are beautiful and long-lasting. In addition to being a member of the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry, Dr. Le has taught hands-on bonding courses to other dentists at the AACD conventions. If you are interested in dental bonding, request a consultation online or call us during business hours to set your appointment.