Tooth Bonding

Considering tooth bonding in Rohnert Park to fix those minor dental imperfections?

We understand that small issues like chips, gaps, or discolored spots can be a big deal. Tooth bonding is a quick and effective way to address these concerns, giving you a seamless, natural-looking smile.

Why wait to restore your confidence? Click the button below or connect with New Leaf Rohnert Park. We’re here to help you shine!

Why choose us for Rohnert Park tooth bonding

At New Leaf Rohnert Park, our exceptional staff provide a wide range of dental services to address all your dental concerns. Our primary goal is to address your concerns and create an individualized treatment plan that gives you the results you desire. When a dental concern keeps you from smiling, it is our goal to help you get that smile back!

Choosing the right dentist for your tooth bonding treatments can make all the difference. Tooth bonding is far more than just applying a resin to fill in some spaces. Our highly skilled dental professionals understand how to apply the resin in a way that follows the natural contours of your teeth, ensuring you have a beautiful and healthy smile.

Woman Smiling With Tooth Bonding Treatment
For the team at New Leaf Rohnert Park, dentistry is about changing lives through improved oral health. Our experienced dental team knows how important a healthy smile is and we will work with you to achieve your dental goals.

Looking for tooth bonding in Rohnert Park?

Contact us and schedule your visit today!

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The benefits

Many of the dental concerns we have addressed so far can also be treated with veneers or crowns. So why would you choose tooth bonding?

Tooth bonding offers similar durability to other treatment options but at a fraction of the cost. In addition, veneers and crowns require multiple appointments to achieve your final results, while tooth bonding is achieved in a single dental visit. Other benefits of tooth bonding include:

Repairs cracked or chipped teeth
Covers tooth discolorations
Reshapes irregular teeth
Fills in small gaps between teeth
Improves the overall appearance of your smile
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Address minor dental concerns with bonding

Do you have tooth discoloration that hasn’t responded to whitening treatments? Did an accident chip off some of your front tooth? Are your teeth uneven or filled with small gaps, causing you to hide your smile?

If you are living with any of these dental concerns and want to get your smile back, the team at New Leaf Rohnert Park can help. With tooth bonding, our experienced team can work with you to address these dental concerns and give you back your self-confidence and a smile you can be proud of.

We help promote a beautiful smile

At New Leaf Rohnert Park, you can expect to receive a thorough exam that will help our team create a personalized treatment plan that will address all your dental concerns. With the use of tooth bonding treatments, our team can help you achieve the smile you have been hoping for with a single dental visit.
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Our cosmetic dentistry services


Our Guarantee to Excellence

The goal of our team at New Leaf Rohnert Park is to put our patients first. We take advantage of our highly trained staff and superior technology to offer you the best treatment options in a comfortable and friendly environment. We work with you to create a treatment plan that fits your schedule and helps to promote a healthy and beautiful smile.
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Contact Us Today

A chipped tooth or discolored teeth doesn’t have to keep you from smiling. If you have some cosmetic dental concerns and want to learn more about tooth bonding and how it can help you get your smile back, contact the New Leaf Rohnert Park office today to schedule an appointment. Together we can help you achieve a healthy, beautiful smile.


What is tooth bonding?

Tooth bonding, also known as dental bonding, is a versatile cosmetic dental procedure that can repair a cracked or chipped tooth, improve tooth discoloration, fix gaps between teeth and lengthen teeth that are shorter than the surrounding teeth.

During a tooth bonding procedure, Dr. Eddie Kuo will begin by matching the composite resin color to your natural teeth. The next step involves preparing the tooth for the resin by creating a rough surface. This makes the resin bond to the tooth better. The dentist then applies the resin to the tooth, shaping and molding it as necessary.

When this step is complete, a curing light is applied to harden the resin, creating a tough surface like the natural enamel of your tooth. This helps to restore the appearance and functionality of our tooth.

How is tooth bonding done?

During tooth bonding, your dentist will first clean your tooth and then apply a special gel to help the resin stick. Next, they’ll apply the tooth-colored resin to your tooth and carefully shape it to match your other teeth. Once the resin is in place, your dentist will use a special light to harden it, making it strong and durable. Finally, they’ll polish the bonded area to make it smooth and shiny.

Is tooth bonding painful?

Tooth bonding is usually a painless procedure, and most people don’t need any anesthesia. Your dentist will be careful to avoid touching your nerves or sensitive areas while they work on your tooth. If you’re worried about pain or discomfort, let your dentist know before the procedure so they can help you feel more comfortable.

How much does tooth bonding cost?

The cost of tooth bonding can vary depending on where you live and which dentist you go to. On average, tooth bonding can cost between $100 and $400 per tooth. Since tooth bonding is often considered a cosmetic treatment, it might not be covered by your dental insurance. Be sure to check with your insurance provider and dentist to find out how much your treatment will cost.

How long does tooth bonding last?

Tooth bonding can last for several years, but it’s not as long-lasting as some other dental treatments like veneers or crowns. On average, tooth bonding can last between 3 to 10 years, depending on how well you take care of your teeth. It’s important to brush and floss regularly and avoid biting on hard objects to help your bonding last as long as possible.

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