Dental Bonding


If you want an attractive smile that stands out in a crowd, ask Dr. Jennifer about bonding teeth.

Tooth bonding involves bonding tooth-colored composite resin to the affected teeth. Dental bonding is a direct application, meaning it only requires one dental appointment to complete!

Do any of the following problems look familiar to you?

  • Teeth with poor size or shape
  • Asymmetrical smile
  • Gaps or spacing between teeth
  • Tooth stains and discolorations
  • Chipped or cracked teeth
  • Exposed tooth root

If you have noticed any of these flaws in your own smile, dental bonding could be an effective cosmetic dentistry procedure for you.

Some patients prefer dental bonding over dental veneers or crowns, because the bonding procedure is shorter and less invasive. Within one visit to Dr Jennifer, you can have an even and beautiful smile!


When you come in for your dental bonding procedure, Dr. Jennifer will select a bonding shade that flawlessly matches your smile. She will roughen the surface of the teeth and apply a conditioning liquid. Then she will apply the bonding material and harden it with an ultraviolet light. 

Caring For Your Dental Bonding

Tooth bondings should be brushed and flossed like natural teeth. Make sure you are seeing your general dentist for regular dental examinations. If there is ever a problem with your dental bonding, she can let you know immediately.

Jennifer Bossel DMD