Dental Bonding

If you are bothered by;

- Gaps between your teeth - Chips - Stubborn stains - Or a poorly-shaped tooth,

Bonding is an affordable way to correct common dental complaints quickly and safely.

Q: How dental bonding works?

- Composite resin is a mix of tooth-colored resin and powdered glass. - It's designed to replace damaged enamel and tooth structure. - The material's color is matched to the color of your teeth. It blends beautifully and naturally. - This putty-like resin is applied to your teeth to cover imperfections, including discoloration that resists whitening. - Your dentist shapes the material in a way that covers dental concerns. - Resin is then "hardened to your tooth using a curing light."


Q: What are the benefits of bonding?

- Dental bonding is a more affordable alternative to plastic veneers. - It's also a quick treatment. You can get an improved smile in a single visit! - Veneers require the removal of a small amount of natural tooth enamel. Bonding doesn't. For this reason, bonding is considered a reversible and low-risk procedure.


The entire staff was very accommodating, friendly and professional. I have been looking for a dentist like her my whole life. Excellent care due to major anxiety regarding dental work.

- Heathyr R

Want to learn more about composite bonding? Contact Drs. Frank Vidjak and Fanny Yacaman at Beverly Hills Advanced Specialties of Dentistry to discuss your options.

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