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Dental Bonding Improve Smiles throughout the Milwaukee Area
Brighten and Straighten Your Smile the Affordable Way
In just one visit, Dr. Ross will apply bonded veneers (similar to our porcelain veneers) to your teeth. They will straighten and whiten your smile. The procedure is tailored to your unique situation, ensuring the smile you leave with exactly matches the smile you’ve been wearing your entire life. This procedure is pain-free, and you'll leave our dental office with a smile you are proud of!
If you have discolored or chipped teeth, an uneven smile or gaps between your teeth, dental bonding is the solution which will immediately improve your smile at an affordable price.
How much do composite veneers cost?
On average, dental bonding costs between $300-$600 per tooth, but Ross Dental rates for dental composite bonding depend on a variety of factors. The main factor is whether the procedure is cosmetic or restorative. In most cases, dental bonding is used for teeth whitening, but in a case where it is done for structural reasons such as filling a cavity, then it may be covered by insurance and be much more affordable.
Ross Dental Accepts the following insurance plans, check with yours to see if you're covered for dental composite bonding:
If your insurance plan doesn't cover composite veneers or you don't have insurance, Ross Dental offers dental payment assistance options like CareCredit, or we can make a personalized payment plan for you. Come in for a free consultation and we can discuss your payment options!
Dental Composite Bonding Procedure
To improve teeth that are crooked, discolored or misshapen, Dr. Ross will apply a white composite material to the affected teeth. The composite will be shaped on your tooth to fit in your mouth and provide the preferred appearance. Once the precise shape desired is achieved, a laser light will harden the composite in place.
After the procedure, your teeth will look and feel fantastic. Whether it's dental bonding for gaps, enamel loss or chipped teeth, our New Berlin dentist office can help you achieve your perfect smile.
Composite Bonding vs Veneers — What's the difference?
Dental composite bonding and porcelain veneers are different approaches toward the same result. They both correct misaligned, discolored and broken teeth, and can be used on single or multiple teeth.
Veneers: Veneers are pre-made "shells" placed over the surface of one or multiple teeth. Dr. Ross prepares your teeth by removing .5-1mm of the tooth's surface, and then bonds the veneer to the area. Veneers can last for up to 25 years.
Tooth Bonding: Dental bonding is slightly different. Unlike veneers, which are crafted outside of the appointment, composite dental bonding is done during the appointment, with Dr. Ross shaping the bond as he works. The teeth are more lightly prepared than with veneers, and as a result, dental bonding typically doesn't last as long. While dental bonding is typically considered more delicate than veneers, bonded teeth are still strong, and do not break easily.
How long does dental bonding last?
Cosmetic bonding usually lasts from 5-10 years, although it often lasts even longer. The shortened lifespan of tooth bonding correlates with it being a less-invasive procedure, and having a more accessible price point.
Milwaukee Pain-Free Dental Bonding Procedures
With Ross Dental, your comfort is our priority. You'll feel right at home with a variety of services available to alleviate any nerves or trepidation, including:
- Sedation dentistry
- Bose® noise-canceling headphones
- Blankets and pillows
Dental bonding is a safe, quick procedure for natural-looking results. Whether it's for your front tooth, molars or multiple teeth, Ross Dental's tooth bonding services strengthen, beautify and restore your confidence.
Affordable Cosmetic Dental Care Provided in the Greater Milwaukee Area
Ross Dental provides the best dental care in Milwaukee County and the surrounding communities of; West Allis, Brookfield, Pewaukee, Waukesha, Franklin, Muskego, Big Bend, Elm Grove, New Berlin, Hales Corners, Greendale, Mukwonago, North Prarie, and Wales.