Keeping Warrenville Smiling Since 1979

Bonding

Dentist in Warrenville

Bonding is the application of tooth-colored composite resin to enhance the appearance of your smile. It can be used:

● To correct cracks or gaps in teeth
● To cover up stains or discolored teeth
● As a filling after a cavity has been removed

First, the doctor will choose a shade of composite resin that will match and enhance your smile. Then the composite resin will be applied and sculpted over your tooth. After the resin has been applied, an LED light is used to harden the resin. It will then be polished. Results are achieved immediately and can subtly or drastically change the appearance of your smile.

Bonding is a safe, affordable and aesthetically pleasing solution for many dental problems.

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Cosmetic Dentist in Warrenville

Our Convenient Office Hours

Monday: 11am - 8pm
Tuesday: Reserved for reconstruction cases
Wednesday: 9am-6pm
Thursday: Closed
Friday: 8:00am - 2:00pm

We are located at:

2 South 676 Route 59
Warrenville, IL 60555

We proudly serve our surrounding communities:
  • Warrenville
  • Winfield
  • Batavia
  • West Chicago
  • Wheaton
  • Eola
  • Naperville
  • Aurora
  • North Aurora
  • Lisle
  • Glen Ellyn
  • Downers Grove

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