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What Is Dental Bonding?

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Dental bonding is a procedure where your dentist applies a tooth-colored material (resin) onto a tooth to restore and improve the tooth's look. At Wilder Dentistry located in Spokane Valley, WA, Dr. Robert Wilder, and Dr. Kevin Speer can restore your beautiful smile with the help of dental bonding!

What are the benefits of Dental Bonding?

There are several benefits to getting dental bonding, and this procedure may be considered for the following reasons:

  • To repair a cracked or chipped tooth
  • To close the space between two teeth
  • To elongate a tooth
  • To repair a decayed tooth
  • To reshape a tooth

What is the procedure for Dental Bonding?

At Wilder Dentistry in Spokane Valley, WA, Dr. Wilder assesses your needs from the beginning in order to fulfill all your requests. The first process corresponds to preparation, and this may include anesthesia for certain procedures. Dr. Wilder ensures that the resin matches your original tooth color. Afterward, the bonding process begins by roughening the surface of your tooth and putting a conditioning liquid on top in order to ensure that the resin sticks. The resin is applied and molded into the appropriate shape and size, and then it is hardened by blue light or laser. The entire cosmetic dentistry procedure should not take longer than 30-60 minutes to complete!

What are the advantages of Dental Bonding?

Dental bonding is a very easy and inexpensive way to restore your teeth since this cosmetic dentistry procedure can be completed in a very short amount of time. If properly taken care of, dental bonding can last up to ten years without touch-ups. Furthermore, at Wilder Dentistry, Dr. Wilder would ensure that all your needs are met!

If you wish to restore your beautiful smile with the help of dental bonding, contact Drs. Robert Wilder and Kevin Speer at Wilder Dentistry in Spokane Valley, WA, at (509) 891-7770!

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