Do Your Teeth Have Little Cracks or Imperfections?
Repair your smile in one appointment with dental bonding!
Even if people tell you, “I don’t notice” your smile flaws, you do, and that’s what matters most. You deserve to have a beautiful, confident smile.
With dental bonding, you can quickly fix your smile without breaking the bank!
It’s a painless treatment that instantly erases minor smile defects using a tooth-colored composite that’s bonded onto the tooth.
Cosmetic bonding fixes:
Schedule an appointment for dental bonding in Seattle today!
Cosmetic bonding uses a tooth-colored resin that blends perfectly with your smile. Nobody has to know you’ve had any work done.
This dental treatment fixes many types of minor imperfections and is a cost-effective alternative to porcelain veneers.
Typically, our Seattle cosmetic dentist completes tooth bonding in one session.
Why Choose Avila Dental?
Fixing a damaged tooth doesn’t have to be complex or expensive. Sometimes, all you need is dental bonding.
At Avila Dental, we truly care about you and want you to love your smile. So if you have a tooth (or multiple teeth) that you’d like to improve, contact us to receive:
- Personalized recommendations: First, we listen to your goal, and then we present your treatment options. That way, you receive care that’s tailored to your needs, not the other way around.
- No pressure or biases: We only suggest treatments in your best interest and give you the space you need to make a decision.
- Expert craftsmanship: Dr. Bello has years of experience producing natural-looking and long-lasting results with dental bonding and other cosmetic dentistry services.
Visit our North Seattle dentist today!
Our Northgate dentist, Dr. Bello, examines your mouth, reviews your concerns, and explains the best treatment options for a healthy and beautiful smile.
We choose a tooth-colored composite that matches your surrounding teeth seamlessly. Then, we prep the tooth’s surface for strong and long-lasting dental bonding.
To repair your tooth, Dr. Bello applies the composite resin, shapes it, hardens the material under a light, and polishes the tooth. The result looks and feels natural.