Dental Bonding & Chipped Tooth Repair

We Can Repair Your Chipped Tooth with Dental Bonding

Teeth Bonding: Dental Bonding Procedures | Southfield Family Dental - bonding01Dental bonding is the easiest and least expensive cosmetic dental procedure.

Dental bonding is a technique in which a tooth-like resin is carefully sculpted and affixed to your tooth or teeth. It creates a strong, durable surface that is indistinguishable from natural tooth enamel.

Southfield Family Dental Center dentists perform dental bonding in our Michigan cosmetic dental office.

Dental bonding is an excellent solution to dental problems, including:

  • Repair of decayed teeth 
  • Repair of chipped or cracked teeth
  • Improving the appearance of discolored teeth
  • Closing spaces and gaps between teeth
  • Changing the shape of teeth
  • As a cosmetic alternative to amalgam fillings
  • Protecting a portion of the tooth's root that has been exposed when gums recede

Before You Choose Dental Bonding, Consider the Following:

The composite resin used in dental bonding is not as strong as your actual tooth, veneers or Lumineers®. If you use dental bonding to repair a chipped or cracked tooth, it may need to be replaced over time. How long bonding lasts depends on how much was done and how well you take care of it.

With Dental Bonding, Our Goal Is To Match Your Natural Tooth Color

The dental bonding process requires a skilled dentist, but the process is actually quite simple. First, we mix the composite resin to match your tooth’s color. Then the surface of the tooth is roughened before applying a conditioning liquid that will allow the bonding material to adhere to the tooth. Next, we apply the tooth-colored, putty-like resin. We mold and smooth it to the desired shape. After we are satisfied with the shape, the resin is hardened and the surface is polished and finished. The result is a very smooth and shiny surface that matches the rest of your teeth.


To see if dental bonding is the best solution to repair your chipped, cracked, or discolored teeth, call Southfield Family Dental at (248) 234-9987!