Dental Bonding In Kinston, NC

Carlyle Dental offers dental bonding for residents living in Kinston, Goldsboro, Greenville and the surrounding areas of North Carolina.

Dental bonding is a technique used to restore your smile when your teeth are chipped, cracked, discolored, uneven, or have spaces or gaps between them. Dental bonding can also serve as a cosmetic alternative to an amalgam “silver” filling, in order to repair decayed teeth, or to protect exposed roots caused by receding gums. Although dental bonding is not a long-term treatment and is not useful for more complex tooth restorations, there are many advantages dental bonding can offer the residents of Kinston, NC and Greenville, NC. The bonding material is stain-resistant and matches the natural shade of your own teeth. Bonding is a quick, easy treatment that can usually be applied without anesthesia. Less tooth enamel is removed, and the work can usually be completed in one visit.

When Dental Bonding Can Be Used

Carlyle Dental offers dental bonding for both cosmetic motives, as well as to repair minor damage. Unless the bonding is being used to fill cavities, the procedure does not require a lot of advanced preparation and can take less than one hour per tooth. Once the right shade of bonding material has been selected, the surface of the tooth is roughened, and a conditioning liquid is applied so that the bonding substance will adhere. The composite resin material is then applied, molded and smoothed, and a special light is used to affix the bonding to the tooth. Dr. Carlyle then trims, shapes, and polishes the dental bonding until it matches the rest of your teeth.

If you want to improve the appearance of chipped, cracked, uneven, or discolored teeth, or if you have unsightly gaps or spaces between your teeth, dental bonding in Kinston, NC and Greenville, NC might be the right solution for you. Although the material used in dental bonding is not permanent, it can last for many years with good oral care. Detailed care instructions will be provided after the procedure in order to help you care properly for your dental restorations. 

How Much Does Dental Bonding Cost in Kinston, NC?

The cost for dental fillings varies and depends on the extent of treatment necessary. We accept cash, MasterCard, Visa, and personal checks. Insurance is accepted, and we also have financing available through CareCredit® and Compassionate Healthcare Services®.

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