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Dental Bonding

A chipped or cracked tooth can be unsightly and uncomfortable, but dental bonding can help restore the integrity of your teeth. This cosmetic dental procedure is relatively fast and easy, and for some patients don’t even require anesthetics.

Are you dealing with a chipped or discoloured tooth in the aesthetic zone? Contact us to talk about your options today. 


Why You Need Dental Bonding

Dental bonding helps to repair chipped or discoloured teeth. The process offers several advantages, including:

At the Dentist

Replaces Enamel

The enamel on your teeth is incredibly strong, and when you get dental bonding, the dentist fills the broken or chipped enamel with a strong composite resin that matches and blends in with the rest of the tooth.

Creates a Natural Look

The resin composite material comes in a range of different shades so your dentist can easily match and blend it in with the colour of your natural teeth when they apply the dental bonding material.

Protects the Health of Your Teeth

Dental bonding restores the natural surface of your teeth, helping you chew properly and reducing the risk of further damage or discolouring.

The professionals at Windsor Woods can help you understand your options and all the benefits of bonding and composite veneers.
Contact us or schedule an appointment today.

What to Expect With Dental Bonding

Your dentist will go over other potential options such as tooth whitening, fillings, or veneers. This is what to expect if you determine that dental bonding is the best solution:

Choosing the Resin Colour

The dentist looks through the colour options to ensure they get the best match for your other teeth. Dental bonding should create a seamless look that isn’t noticeable.

Preparing to Bond

The dentist will smooth the tooth surface to help the bond stick, then apply a bonding agent. 

Adding the Dental Bond

The dentist finally adds the composite resin to the tooth and moulds and blends it into the ideal shape. The team then uses a light to cure the resin and reshapes it as needed.

The composite resin used in dental bonding is nearly as strong as your enamel, but like enamel, it can be damaged. You still need to ensure that you take good care of these teeth by brushing and flossing regularly. 
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Why Windsor Woods Dental is Your Trusted Partner for Dental Bonding

Windsor Woods Dental delivers family-oriented services and always strives to make you feel comfortable. When you work with our team of professionals, you can expect:

  • Detailed explanation regarding the procedure and involvement, prognosis, and before and after care;

  • Overhead HD TV with Netflix (choose anything you like!) and other functionalities to distract you and make time go fast;

  • Range of sedation options if desired;

  • Extended hours on selected Saturdays;

  • Free on-site parking;

  • Transparency fee structure and help finding out what your dental insurance will cover beforehand;

  • Direct billing to your insurance carriers.


We can also provide same-day emergency dental services when you’re in a pinch. Contact us today to talk about dental bonding and other cosmetic, preventative, and emergency dental services.

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