Cosmetic

Direct Bonding

If your smile is chipped, cracked, misshapen, or gapped, direct bonding may be a solution for improving the appearance of your smile. Direct bonding essentially takes a putty-like material made from resin to correct minor damage or imperfections, such as cracked teeth, chipped teeth, tooth gaps, misshapen teeth, or replace existing silver fillings.

Direct bonding is color matched to your teeth to restore your teeth in a natural looking way. If you have minor damage, schedule a consultation to explore your options at Hamilton Family Dentistry.

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Direct Bonding

Benefits

Direct bonding is used to repair minor damage to teeth and to close gaps or even replace silver fillings. Our bonding provides you with a lovelier smile while allowing your teeth to look better, function better and become healthier in the process.
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    Correct Dental Issues

    Bonding can correct gaps and teeth cracks that have inhibited your smile.
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    Improve Your Smile

    Our bonding material will brighten your smile, fill the gaps between the teeth, make your teeth look perfect and more aligned.
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    Blend Your Repair Seamlessly With Your Natural Teeth

    We use materials that will match the natural color of your teeth.  Your teeth will be whiter in appearance and look very natural.
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Correct Dental Issues

Bonding can correct gaps and teeth cracks that have inhibited your smile.
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Improve Your Smile

Our bonding material will brighten your smile, fill the gaps between the teeth, make your teeth look perfect and more aligned.
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Blend Your Repair Seamlessly With Your Natural Teeth

We use materials that will match the natural color of your teeth.  Your teeth will be whiter in appearance and look very natural.
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The Process:

Your direct bonding experience will be smooth and painless. We utilize an anesthetic to numb the area to avoid discomfort. Your teeth are cleaned and then an etching gel is applied to the surface of your affected teeth. The etching is necessary to make your tooth surface bond with the composite material. After the direct bonding is complete,  we use a curing light to harden and set the material. If you have dental issues that bonding might help, schedule a consultation with Hamilton Family Dentistry to learn more!
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Service Area

Harris County
  • Hamilton
  • Waverly Hall
  • Shiloh
  • Pine Mountain
  • Cataula
  • Fortson
  • Ellerslie
Muscogee County
  • Columbus
  • Midland
  • Upatoi
Russell County
  • Phenix City, AL
Troup County
  • Hogansville
  • LaGrange
  • West Point
Chambers County
  • Valley, AL
  • Lanett, AL