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Dental Bonding

Cosmetic flaws like a chipped tooth or discoloration can take an enormous toll on how you feel about your smile.

Dr. Ann Sielicki can perform dental bonding to conceal a wide variety of blemishes without the need for restorations.

Learn how the team at Sonoran Dental Design in Scottsdale, AZ, can use tooth-colored resin to restore your teeth — and your confidence.

What Is Dental Bonding?

Sometimes called teeth bonding, dental bonding is a conservative cosmetic dentistry treatment that can be used to provide dramatic results. For the procedure, Dr. Sielicki applies bonding material — a tooth-colored composite resin —  to change the shape, size, or color of a single tooth or multiple teeth.

What Bonding Can Do for Your Smile

This cosmetic dentistry treatment is ideal for patients looking to correct relatively minor aesthetic flaws, including:

Chipped, Cracked, or Broken Teeth

Misshapen or Small Teeth

Stained or Discolored Teeth

Minor Misalignment Issues

Small Gaps Between Teeth

Patients who do not qualify for veneers due to insufficient enamel are often great candidates for bonding. To determine if this dental procedure is right for you, get in touch with our team in Scottsdale today.

Dental Bonding Treatment A Closer Look at the Process

While the specifics of teeth bonding can vary from patient to patient, your treatment process will typically look something like this:

Color Matching

Dr. Sielicki will color-match the composite resin to your tooth, allowing it to blend seamlessly into your smile.

Tooth Etching

She may lightly etch the surface of the affected tooth to ensure the bonding material attaches properly.


She will then mold the composite resin material to your tooth and use a specialized UV light to strengthen the bond.

Finishing Touches

She will polish your tooth and the resin for a realistic finish.
Two before and after bonding images Two before and after bonding images

How Long Do Bonding Results Last?

The composite resin material we use for dental bonding is remarkably durable and can last anywhere between three to 10 years. A proper oral hygiene routine — as well as periodic visits to the dentists — are the best ways to get the most longevity out of this procedure. If teeth bonding is ideal for you, our dentist will consult you further on how to maintain stunning results.
Dr. Ann Sielicki

Sonoran Dental Design

Sonoran Dental Design is a high-tech dental practice in Scottsdale, AZ, that prioritizes patient care and comfort. Dr. Ann Sielicki is a dentist who is highly trained and committed to continued education. Dr. Sielicki is affiliated with:

  • The American Dental Association
  • The Arizona Dental Association
  • The Central Arizona Dental Association
  • Spear Education's Advanced Continuum (Visiting Faculty Club Member)
  • Seattle Study Club (Participating Member)

We invite you to request an appointment with our practice by filling out our online form or calling (480) 419-9595.

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