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Teeth Bonding in Kingston, ON

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What is Dental Bonding?

Dental bonding is a cosmetic dental procedure that utilizes a tooth-colored composite resin to improve the appearance of your smile. Ideal for repairing chips, closing gaps, or reshaping and recoloring teeth, dental bonding offers a versatile solution. Unlike porcelain veneers, this treatment is fully reversible, making it a popular choice for those seeking a less permanent enhancement. Embrace the benefits of dental bonding and achieve a brighter, more beautiful smile.


Who May Need Dental Bonding?


If any of the following apply to you, dental bonding might be the right option for you.

Chipped or Cracked Teeth. Tooth bonding can repair minor chips and cracks, restoring the tooth’s appearance and function.

Discolored or Stained Teeth. For those looking to enhance their smile, bonding can cover discolorations and stains that don’t respond to whitening treatments.

Gaps or Spaces Between Teeth. Bonding can fill in gaps, creating a more uniform and attractive smile.

Misshapen Teeth. If you have irregularly shaped teeth, bonding can reshape them to improve their appearance.

Uneven Teeth. Bonding can be used to even out the edges of teeth, giving a more harmonious look to your smile.

Dr. K and Associates Dental Centre

2802A Princess St,

Kingston, ON K7P 1W9

(613) 634-0402

West End of Kingston, near the Cataraqui Mall

Expert Dental Clinic for Teeth Bonding

Dr. K and Associates Dental Centre offers expert tooth bonding treatments to save damaged teeth and restore your smile. Enjoy a quality, efficient procedure with our skilled team and personalized care.

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Looking to restore your smile and improve your oral health? Contact Dr. K and Associates Dental Centre in Kingston today to book an appointment with our skilled dentist Dr. K and see how dental bonding can restore your smile.


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Dental Bonding vs. Veneers: What’s the Difference?


Porcelain Veneers

Porcelain veneers are custom-made ceramic shells designed to adhere to the front surfaces of your teeth. To apply them, your dentist typically needs to remove a small amount of enamel from your natural teeth. Once in place, porcelain veneers are not reversible and will need to be replaced every 10 to 20 years.


Dental Bonding

Dental bonding, on the other hand, often doesn’t require significant enamel removal, making it a reversible procedure. Touchups for dental bonding are generally needed every three to 10 years.


Composite Veneers

You might also hear the term “composite veneers” from your dentist. This refers to the use of composite resin material to cover the entire surface of your tooth.


Key Differences Between Dental Bonding and Veneers

  • Durability: Porcelain veneers last longer (10-20 years) compared to dental bonding (3-10 years).

  • Reversibility: Dental bonding is reversible, whereas porcelain veneers are not.

  • Enamel Removal: Veneers require upto 0.5mm enamel removal, bonding usually does not.

Why choose Dr. K and Associates Dental Centre for Dental Bonding?

Dr. K is a highly skilled and dedicated professional with over 20 years of experience. She is committed to restoring your smile with exceptional expertise and care. Using advanced, proven technologies and the latest techniques, Dr. K tailors your treatment plan to meet your specific needs.


We understand that visiting the dentist can be intimidating, so we guide you through each step, ensuring full transparency and comfort throughout the process.

Common Questions About Dental Bonding

Is dental bonding painful?

Dental bonding is generally a painless procedure because it doesn’t involve working near the pain-sensitive nerve inside your tooth. In most cases, local anesthesia isn’t even necessary.


However, some patients might experience temporary sensitivity following their dental bonding treatment. This minor discomfort can usually be managed with over-the-counter pain relievers.

How long does dental bonding last?

The longevity of dental bonding materials depends on several factors, including your oral habits and the number of teeth treated. Generally, bonding materials last between three and 10 years before needing touch-ups or replacement.


To extend the life of your dental bonding, practice good oral hygiene and avoid habits that can damage your teeth, such as biting nails or chewing on hard objects.

What is the dental bonding procedure like?

Shade Selection: Your dentist will use a shade guide to choose a composite resin material that perfectly matches the color of your natural teeth.


Tooth Preparation: The surface of your tooth will be roughened, and a conditioning liquid will be applied. These steps ensure that the bonding material adheres well to your tooth.


Application of Composite Resin: The resin, which has a putty-like consistency, will be applied, molded, and smoothed to achieve the desired shape.


Curing the Material: A special curing light will be used to harden the composite resin, effectively bonding it to your tooth.


Polishing: Your dentist will make any final adjustments and polish your tooth to a natural-looking shine.


The entire procedure typically takes about 30 to 60 minutes per tooth.

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2802A Princess St, Kingston, ON K7P 1W9

(613) 634-0402

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