Dental Bonding

Conservative Treatment with Unmatched Esthetics

Dental Bonding

New materials provide durable, esthetic solutions that perfectly match the color of your smile.

In addition to repairing teeth that have cracked or have had decay, dental bonding can be used to cosmetically enhance one's smile, changing the contour, spacing and shape of the teeth.

Treat Dental Decay

Match the exact shape and contour of your teeth

Fix small cracks or chips

A conservative, esthetic solution for restoring teeth

Enhance your smile

Change the contour, shape and spacing between teeth

A long-lasting solution

Modern composites and bonding agents have greatly improved durability over time.
Before and After

Dental Bonding Gallery

Case One Dental Bonding Chipped Front Tooth Before Case One Dental Bonding Chipped Front Tooth After

Chipped Front Tooth

This emergency patient chipped his front tooth before a big meeting. We were able to see him first thing in the morning and repair it before he went to the office.

case 2 front teeth gap spacing dental bonding before case 2 front teeth gap spacing dental bonding after


This patient had just a few weeks before her wedding and did not have the time or budget for Invisalign or veneers. Dental bonding was placed to close the spaces and enhance her aesthetics.

Dr. Wolfe is an amazing professional with just the right touch. I recommend her to anyone looking for dental work. She recently accommodated me when I had a broken tooth on the weekend and had me all fixed up in time for work on Monday. Thanks Dr. Wolfe!


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What is Dental Bonding?

Dental bonding is used to fix cracks, chips, and teeth that have decay.  The treatment bonds composite to the teeth to fill the tooth or add additional bulk for filling in gaps and changing the contour of teeth.  Dental bonding is a conservative treatment and requires a single visit from 30 to 60 minutes in duration.


How it's Done

Just prior to the procedure, the shade of the tooth and surrounding teeth will be captured using a shade guide. This will enable the dentist to match the exact shade of the final restoration to the tooth and surrounding teeth.

The teeth to are prepared by removing any decay and sharp corners. The preparation for bonding is very conservative and preserves as much natural tooth structure as possible. Once the teeth are prepared they are etched. Etching the enamel enables a stronger bond. A bonding agent is placed on the surface and light cured. Finally, composite is placed and sculpted to the desired contour. The composite is polished and the bite is checked.

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