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You can quickly and affordably deal with them in as little as one appointment. No more feeling self-conscious or hiding your smile.
They say practice makes perfect. Our Burnaby dentists have had a lot of practice with teeth bonding — and it all goes into helping you get a smile you love.
For us, fixing a smile doesn’t mean giving you teeth that are all perfectly square and uniform. It means adjusting them to create a smile that complements your features and face shape. After all, you don’t want the best smile for someone else; you want the best smile for you.
*All photos are of work done by Dr. Balogh on actual patients
None of the photos have been retouched other than to crop images to the appropriate size and area of interest. These photos are examples only. The exact and potential outcome varies with each patient, depending on many factors such as the presenting condition(s), general health, and dental health, etc. If you wish to learn more we recommend contacting us for a consultation to discuss your concerns, treatment options, and results that are feasible for your dental condition.
New bonding with composite filling material
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You could be just days away from a better smile. Here’s how to get dental bonding in Burnaby here at VCCID.
Here in Burnaby and around Metro Vancouver, the cost of dental bonding is usually around $825 per tooth. Lasting for up to 7 years, it offers great value as a way to quickly improve both the aesthetics and functionality of your smile.
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After an initial consultation, bonding can usually be completed in a single appointment.
Bonding is usually used for smaller touch-ups, like a chip on a tooth or small gap between teeth. Veneers, in comparison, are often used for more extensive smile makeovers and are typically made from porcelain, which is stronger and more stain resistant.
When it’s properly cared for, we’ve seen teeth bonding for our Burnaby dental patients typically last for 4-7 years before it needs to be replaced.
Good question! While bonding can fill in gaps between teeth, it isn’t a replacement for orthodontics. Remember — orthodontic treatment isn’t just about fixing gaps or crooked teeth, it’s also about making sure your teeth and bite are properly aligned. As great as it is, that’s not something bonding can help with.
Book a consultation at VCCID today. Learn how bonding can quickly improve your smile.