Hammond Dental Sandy Springs

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Dental Bonds in Sandy Springs, GA

Hammond Dental is a General Dental practice that also offers specialist dental care. Some of the general dental procedures we offer include teeth cleanings, fillings, dental crowns, dental bridges, and dentures. Our specialized procedures include but are not limited to, root canals, tooth extractions, clear smile aligners, and dental implants. Located in Sandy Springs, GA, we gladly give metro-Atlanta remarkable dental care and while utilizing the most modern dental technology and practices. Bring the whole family and receive quality dental care all under one roof!

We like to ensure that you’re the most educated about your teeth and procedures prior to settling on treatment options. You can find out about our dental strategies and how they are performed by reading about some of our services. Book your appointment and talk to one of our experienced dentists today.

Dental Bonding Procedure

Chipped Tooth? No Problem, Repair Your Smile With Bonding Today!

Dental bonding is a cosmetic dental procedure that can improve the look of your teeth, and give you a more attractive smile. It’s a fast and relatively inexpensive way to improve the look of teeth that are chipped, broken, cracked, stained, or have excess space between them.

Bonding can also be used to protect exposed roots or to fill small cavities. One of the best things about dental bonding is that for the most part, it can be applied in a single office visit.

So, is dental bonding the right solution for you? Can it give you the smile you really want? Read on and find out what you need to know about this cosmetic dental procedure.

Why Get a Dental Bond?

There are a number of different examples as to why someone might want to get a dental bonding procedure. One of the most common reasons for dental bonds is from sports or activity related accidents. Playing basketball without a mouthguard? An elbow to the face could very easily chip one or several of your teeth.

Dental bonds are also commonly used to fix slight discolorations or stains on the teeth. Do you drink coffee or smoke? If you do, then we are sure you are aware of the staining that can be caused by doing so. By applying the bonding material over the stain, a more natural-looking color can be restored to your teeth.

What is Dental Bonding?

Dental Bonding is considered both a restorative and cosmetic dental procedure. Bonding is commonly used to fix chips, breaks, cracks, and minor cavities. The bonding material can also be used to fix small discolorations in the teeth. Since bonding is used to fix small breaks and minor imperfections of the tooth, it takes the skilled hand of a practiced professional to complete the procedure properly. The dental professionals at Hammond Dental have years of experience providing bonding procedures so you can be sure to get a perfect repair on your tooth. If the procedure is done improperly then there is a chance of breakage, sensitivity, or even leakage of your filling. However, if done correctly then you can expect your bond to last you years without issue or repair.

How long Do Dental Bonds Last?

The length of time your tooth bond will last can depend on a few different factors. The bonding material is not as strong as your natural tooth so your eating habits will play a factor in the longevity of your bond. Another key factor is the size of the bond that was applied to your tooth. All of that being said, typically a good dental bond can last you 10 years without issue!

 

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Am I A Good Candidate For Dental Bonding?

  • Do you have minor flaws affecting your teeth?
  • Do you have the desire for a healthier-looking smile?
  • Are your teeth and gums in good health?

If you answered yes to the above questions then dental bonding may be the perfect solution to your dental woes.

However, If you are a frequent smoker or have large tooth cavities these may complicate your dental bonding procedure. Smoking is one of the leading causes of tooth discoloration so it may be difficult to match the color of your tooth to your bond.

Dental Bonds vs Veneers

Dental bonding and dental veneers will produce very similar results in most cases. The difference lies primarily in the cost. Tooth by tooth, dental bonding is the less expensive option. It also does not require as much alteration of the structure of the teeth.

Dental bonding is stronger and more durable, but, unlike veneers, it will not allow some light to pass through its surface, like the natural enamel of your teeth. So dental bonding will give you a more natural look.

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How Much Do Dental Bonds Cost?

Dental Bonding procedures are charged on a per tooth basis. There are a few factors that can influence the price of your bond but typically you can expect to pay between $100 and $400. 

Factors that may change the overall price of your bonding procedure include, the type of repair that the bond is being used for, the area that is being bonded, the number of teeth that require a bond, and the location of the dental office providing the bonding service.

Bonding is a very skilled procedure so it is not always best to go with the first and cheapest option that you find. Be sure to choose a skilled physician who has a proven track record of successful bonding procedures. Remember, you want the repair to last as long as possible. This is an investment in you and your smile. Doing this will yield you the best results and ensure that you have the perfect smile you’ve always wanted.

Will My Insurance Cover My Bonding Procedure?

Dental Bonding is typically covered by insurance if the procedure is necessary for protecting or repairing the integrity of your teeth. This means that if you have a chip, breakage or a crack in your tooth your insurance may cover a portion or even all of the procedure.

However, if you are getting a dental bond to fill in the gap between your teeth or to fix tooth staining and discoloration your insurance more than likely will not cover the procedure because it is considered cosmetic.

Want To Find Out If a Dental Bond Is Right For You?

Hammond Dental works in tandem with an experienced and professional group of dental lab technicians to create natural-looking results with all of our dental restoration and cosmetic procedures. Your teeth after the dental bonding procedure will look, feel, and function like the rest of your teeth, and they will just look just like the rest of your teeth.

If you want to learn more about dental bonding, or any of our other dental restorative procedures, please feel free to Contact Us at Hammond Dental and schedule a consultation.

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