Bonding

Through the process that has come to be known as “bonding,” we are able to place fillings that chemically adhere to a tooth.

By placing tooth colored fillings, which bond to tooth structure, we are able to keep our tooth preparations more conservative and the fillings themselves are kinder to tooth structure. Bonding can also be used as a thin coating on the front surfaces of teeth to hide any natural flaws, light stains, close gaps and even alter crooked or malformed teeth. Bonding can yield dramatic results in a single office visit when it is used to reconstruct the entire smile.

Dr. Christopher D’Amico

Dr. Christopher D’Amico

Preventative Services

Preventative Services

Extreme Cases

Extreme Cases

Tooth Whitening at D’Amico Dental Care

Tooth Whitening at D’Amico Dental Care

Suresmile at D’Amico Dental Care

Suresmile at D’Amico Dental Care

Crowns

Crowns

Bonding

Bonding

Veneers

Veneers

Implants

Implants

3D Dentistry

3D Dentistry