Cosmetic Tooth Bonding in Kennesaw, GA
Repair minor tooth imperfections & restore your smile.
Do You Need Tooth Bonding?
Small chips, gaps, and stains put a damper on your confidence and oral health. Dental bonding is the simple but effective way to take care of those issues and get you back to 100% quickly.
Using a natural, white composite resin to cover your damaged tooth, dental bonding hides imperfections and gives you a beautiful and durable smile.
The best part? The entire treatment can be completed in just one comfortable visit.
What Is Bonding For?
- Smoothing out sharp and jagged edges
- Filling small gaps between teeth
- Improving the color of stained teeth
- Fixing small chips and strengthening broken teeth
Restore Your Smile Today
Outstanding! Can’t recommend more. Excellent care, staff, and modern/latest equipment. Beautiful office setting too.
What to Expect from Bonding
Bonding can be completed with or without anesthetic. Here’s how it works:
- Dr. Hildreth will prepare your tooth and make sure you’re comfortable before we begin
- We carefully match the composite bonding material to the color of your natural teeth
- It’s time to apply the bonding material to your tooth and use a UV light to cure and seal it
You’ll notice an immediate improvement in the way your smile looks.
Love Your Smile Again
Thanks to advances in dentistry, there’s really no reason to settle for a smile that makes you unhappy. Bonding treatments prove that even small imperfections can easily be remedied.
At Hildreth Dental, we’ve designed a great experience to put you at ease. Whatever type of concern you’re dealing with, we can help. From our compassionate people and bright, modern office, to our excellent track record for delivering beautiful results — your smile is in good hands.
Enjoy your time at the dentist with complimentary coffee, blankets, and pillows just for you.
We house the latest technology to help us deliver fast, simple, and effective treatment.
Focused on Safety
Our team exceeds all CDC and OSHA guidelines to ensure your safety.
Answers to Your Questions
How long does teeth bonding last?
Bonding can last up to 8 years, depending on the location of the tooth and your dental hygiene habits.
How do you take care of your teeth after bonding?
Composite resin is very durable but it’s not quite as tough as your natural tooth enamel. Continue with regular brushing, flossing, and visits to your dentist. Additionally, avoid crunching down too hard on ice, seeds, or other hard foods.
Does bonding ruin your teeth?
No. Dental bonding is not permanent and it does not ruin your teeth. After 4 to 8 years, you may notice the bonding material fade or chip, but that doesn’t affect the natural enamel of your teeth.
Super friendly and accommodating staff! They truly help out with your dental needs and discuss all options available to you. I really like Dr. Hildreth!