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Chipped Tooth
Seattle, WA


Woman smiling after having chipped tooth repaired at Queen Anne Family Dental in Seattle, WATooth bonding is a procedure that allows you to change the shape, color, and alignment of your teeth so that they look more beautiful and healthier. The procedure is available in our dental Queen Anne Family Dental clinic and is performed quickly and effectively. You do not need several visits to the dentist to have your bonding done perfectly. One dental visit is enough. Bonding is made out of composite material, and it will match your existing teeth and last for years to come. Contact our dental office to get started today if you are curious about how tooth bonding can transform your smile.

Why Choose Dental Bonding?


Most people can quickly get confused on whether they should choose dental bonding or any other dental procedures to fix their teeth. But our dentist can determine and decide whether dental bonding is the suitable solution or other methods should be used. Dental bonding is always the best for stained, chipped, and broken teeth. Our dentist will use a colored-composite resin and apply it to your damaged teeth. We will then dry it and polish the tooth surface to make its surface smooth. The bonding procedure usually takes about 30 to 60 minutes; it is simple and straightforward.

Dental bonding works effectively in preventing cavities, the spread of bacteria, and other dental problems. This is because it completely covers the surface of your tooth, which prevents bacteria from destroying your enamel.

Who Needs Dental Bonding?


It is worth noting that bonding is not meant for everybody because it is ineffective for repairing some types of tooth damage. Bonding is the best for repairing minor tooth damage such as teeth that are chipped. If your teeth are weak and have formed serious cavities, this may not be the best dental option for your teeth. If you want to whiten your teeth, you will need to have a whitening procedure before proceeding with dental bonding. This is because composite material will not whiten once installed.

How Should I Take Care of My Teeth After a Bonding Procedure?


The most obvious way to take care of your teeth is to brush and floss daily. However, you have to be extra careful with dental bonding because they can quickly stain if neglected. This means that you should avoid consuming beverages that stain teeth such as coffee and wine, and stop smoking as nicotine also stains your teeth. This will ensure that your bonding lasts for a long time. It will also keep your mouth free from acidic bacteria that can damage your teeth and gums. Always consult with our dentists on what you should do to improve your dental health.

Improve Your Smile Today


If you have a chipped or damaged tooth and are ready to have a dental bonding procedure, you can visit our dental clinic, Queen Anne Family Dental, to receive professional services. To schedule an appointment, call: (206) 424-4450.

14 Boston Street, Seattle, WA 98109



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(206) 424-4450

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Mon - Thu: 8:00am–5:00pm
Friday: By appointment only

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If you have a chipped or damaged tooth, call our professionals at Queen Anne Family Dental today! The look and function of your teeth are our top priority!
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