Dental bonding is a relatively inexpensive way to repair damaged teeth and make them look like new. The cost of dental bonding will vary based on the amount of teeth that require the service.
Call your local Kool Smiles today to learn more about the cost of dental bonding and our affordable dental care options.
There are several common conditions that require dental bonding. Dental bonding can repair minor damage to teeth such as:
Dental bonding fixes these issues so that the tooth looks normal again. Dentists can make the tooth look like new using a tooth-colored plastic and glass mixture that bonds to teeth, making them stronger.
A number of factors can affect the cost of dental bonding. Kool Smiles dentists are committed to providing low-cost dental health care to the kids who need it most, and we work to make sure our prices are affordable.
Many insurance plans will cover all or part of the cost of dental bonding, especially if the bonding is used to fill cavities or make the structure of the tooth stronger.
Kool Smiles accepts most insurance plans, including Medicaid and TRICARE. Once one of our dentists has examined your child’s tooth, he or she can give you a cost quote.
Excellent dental hygiene and proper care for teeth will help kids avoid the need for dental bonding. You can help keep your kids’ teeth strong, clean, and protected by instructing your kids to:
As part of your kids’ dental care, schedule regular check-ups and professional teeth cleanings with a kid-friendly dentist at Kool Smiles. Call us today to book an appointment.
ACE Dental Resource: http://www.acedentalresource.com/dental-procedures/cosmetic-dentistry/teeth-bonding
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