How to Care for bonded Tooth

Treat bonded teeth to your usual good oral hygiene.

Brush after meals and floss before bedtime.

Maintain regular checkups.

While bonding is stain-resistant, you may want to limit dark beverages like coffee to keep your new smile sparkling.

The material is hard and durable, but it can chip.

Protect bonded teeth as you would natural teeth.

Avoid biting on ice, hard foods, or non-food objects like fingernails or pens.

How to long would a Tooth Bonding last

With Good oral hygiene, a bonded tooth can last anywhere between three and ten years before needing a replacement.

Advantages and Disadvantages of Garland Dental Bonding


Cost: Cosmetic Bonding in Garland is one of the cheapest cosmetic procedures.

Time: Unlike Dental Crowns or Dental Veneers, which usually take time and need a second appointment, tooth bonding can be completed in a single visit.

Invasiveness: Bonding requires Minimal tooth removal.


Staining: Unlike Crowns or Veneers, the resin does stain over time.

Durability: Tooth Bonding is not as resistant to breaking as Crowns or Veneers.

What is the Cost of Dental Bonding

The cost of the procedure usually depends on

A specific dental condition that needs to be treated.

The number of teeth being treated.

The procedures are performed in conjunction.

However, it is much cheaper when compared to porcelain veneers or permanent crowns and is covered by most dental insurance.

Your Teeth and Dental Bonding

What is Tooth Bonding

How Dental Bonding can alert the look and feel of your Teeth

If you are interested in learning more about Dental Bonding Garland dental team can help clear the doubts. Call us at (469) 804-5677. Our Garland Dental Office is conveniently located near the intersection of N Shiloh and Apollo Rd serving GarlandRichardsonPlano, and surrounding areas.