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Tooth Fillings, Bonding and Veneers

Repair Damaged Teeth and Restore Your Natural Smile with Tooth Filling, Bonding, and Veneer

At Summerville Dental, we recommend dental fillings to fill a tooth cavity left by decay or removal of an infected tooth abscess during dental procedures such as RCT. However, we may also recommend permanent tooth filling to restore a broken or chipped tooth. For a chipped or broken tooth, we use tooth-colored fillings because they last longer and can easily withstand the stress caused by chewing hard foods.

Similar to tooth-colored fillings are dental bonding for gaps and dental veneers. However, all these dental procedures are used for different purposes.

Dental Bonding for Gap Between Teeth

During dental bonding, our dental experts apply a tooth-colored composite resin to one or more teeth to repair tooth damage. The resin is hardened and bonded to the teeth structure using a special light. If you have a cracked, chipped, or discolored tooth or have gaps between teeth, a tooth bonding procedure can restore your confidence to flash those pearly whites regardless of where you are. Plus, it is less expensive than other procedures such as veneers or crowns.

Affordable Dental Veneers for Enhance Appearance

Veneers are one of the most sought-after dental treatments that are primarily used to improve a person’s appearance. This procedure involves applying an ultra-thin shell of tooth-colored composite to the front of the teeth using a special type of cement. Veneers are permanent and can restore an individual’s aesthetic appearance and fix dental issues such as teeth discoloration, worn tooth enamel, tooth spacing, chipped tooth, and more.

Book an Appointment with Summerville Dental Today

If you have a tooth cavity, a cracked, chipped, or broken tooth, tooth discoloration, or worn tooth enamel, feel free to connect with our dental experts, and let them recommend you the right dental procedure. We will provide you with exceptional dental care and take the best care of your dental needs without putting a hole in your pocket.