Bonding

Dentist in Monument, CO

Bonding is a cosmetic and restorative treatment option. Composite resin materials are bonded directly onto the teeth. This both restores function and provides a more aesthetic appearance.

Bonding may be recommended for one or more of the following:

  • To repair chipped or cracked teeth
  • To improve discolored teeth
  • To close gaps between teeth
  • To lengthen one or more teeth
  • To reshape one or more teeth
  • To protect an exposed tooth root

Bonding is a safe and effective solution that can often be completed in just one visit. To find out if bonding may be right for you, contact Mountain Wellness Dentistry.

Visit Our Monument Dental Office

Monument, CO Dentist

18925 Base Camp Rd
Monument, CO 80132

(719) 488-2375

Office Hours:
Monday: 8am-5pm
Tuesday: 10am-7pm
Wednesday: 8am-5pm
Thursday: 8am-5pm
Friday: 7pm-3pm (Every Other)
Saturday: Closed

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