Dental Bondings & Fillings: (818) 532-5565

Providing Restorative Care to Patients in Montrose,
La Cañada & La Crescenta

If your teeth have been damaged, either from grinding, injury, or decay, we offer bonding options to help restore your natural smile. The bonding procedure fills damaged areas in the enamel, helping to protect the tooth beneath while at the same time giving you the confidence to smile again. Bonding is also helpful in cases where the teeth have developed unsightly gaps.Our friendly staff is dedicated to helping you maintain good long term oral health. The material we use for our bondings and fillings is metal free, bis-GMA free and BPA free!

At AG Dental Studio, we are dedicated to delivering superior patient care. Our Montrose CA dentist only seeks out dental products from quality-oriented labs and specialists who share our commitment to excellent dental care. We practice dentistry with integrity, honesty, and quality. Visit our premier dental office and learn how we can improve your smile.

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Advantages of Composite Bonding

Rather than a cap or veneer, a bond is a faster, less expensive option that suits the needs of many individuals. In bonding, a resin is placed over the broken, stained, or weakened part of the tooth. As it adheres to the surface, your tooth is shaped to a more ideal appearance and the bond can last up to ten years.

State-of-the-Art Dental Fillings

Tooth decay and cavities are the most common reasons for needing a filling. However, your dentist may recommend a filling for a cracked or chipped tooth, or one that has been worn down from grinding, in order to protect the pulp, or inner layer, of your tooth. If bacteria lodges in a cracked tooth, it may burrow deeper and infect the pulp, leading to larger problems in the future. For this reason, a dentist may preventatively fill the crack, making a protective layer over it so that bacteria cannot invade.

During the process of installing a filling, your dentist will:

  • Numb the area to avoid discomfort
  • Drill out decay and weakened enamel from the tooth
  • Shape the space so the filling has a good place to adhere
  • Fill the space with your chosen type of composite

Types of fillings include: resin, amalgam, gold, ceramic, and glass ionomer. The most popular fillings are the ones that blend with your teeth, such as resin and ceramic. Each filling lasts for different amounts of time, and is ideal for different locations throughout your mouth. We can help you select the one that best fits your needs.

Call our friendly staff at (818) 532-5565 to discuss this restorative dental option.
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