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How Dental Bonding Improves Smiles

March 21, 2019
Posted By: Dr. Matthew Wenzel
Woman Dentist Patient | Webster Groves Dental

Sometimes you have a chip in your tooth, discoloration, or another flaw that prevents you from feeling good about your smile.

Porcelain veneers are a popular choice when it comes to hiding these types of issues, but dental bonding in our Webster Groves, MO dental office is a great alternative when you’re trying to budget your dentistry.

Dental bonding represents a more economical alternative to porcelain veneers.

How it Works

Dental bonding begins with a comprehensive evaluation by our top Webster Groves, MO dentist. If you’re found to be a good fit for dental bonding, the next step is bonding!

Not only is dental bonding a more economical choice for enhancing your smile, but it is also quick. In fact, dental bonding can usually be completed in one sitting.

Dental bonding at Webster Groves Dental relies on resin material colored to match your teeth. Our dentist smooths and shapes this material—which is also used to fill cavities—across your tooth or teeth to achieve one or more of the following:

  • Hide an imperfection
  • Heighten or shape a tooth to blend in with other teeth
  • Close small gaps between teeth

The material is polished and blends so well with existing teeth that friends and family will not be able to tell that you’ve had any work done.


Our dentist will provide aftercare instructions, but this is a non-invasive procedure, so there is no recovery time!

You’ll simply be left with a more beautiful smile.

However, we recommend visiting our dental office for checkups and teeth cleanings regularly no matter what cosmetic dental treatment or procedure you’ve had.

Contact Our Webster Groves Dental Office Today

If you have dental imperfections that you’d like to conceal, or if you’re considering cosmetic dentistry, contact Webster Groves Dental to schedule a bonding consultation with our dentist.

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