• Bonding

  • Bonding serves as a great treatment option for patients with minor imperfections such as stained or chipped teeth, or to fill gaps in between teeth. We are able to repair your teeth with dental bonding in just one appointment.

    What is bonding?

    We combine multiple resin materials and place them on the exterior of your tooth. The materials used create a natural tooth-like color and look. We harden and finish the bonding using a specific light or chemical process.

    Why should I have my tooth bonded?

    Bonding is an easy and pain-free approach to repairing minor chips and cracks before they worsen and cause other dental issues. Damaged teeth are often harder to brush and maintain, making them more susceptible to tooth decay. Many patients are interested in bonding to mask stained or discolored teeth. When brushing and whitening alone are not enough to remove stains, bonding is great option to enhance the appearance of your teeth.

    AAA Health Centered Dentistry has utilized dental bonding to repair the look and health of teeth for over 22 years.

    How do I take care of a bonded tooth?

    You can brush and floss as normal, just be sure to clean your bonded tooth well.

    Regular Checkups

    We recommend scheduling routine appointments for us to ensure your bonded tooth is holding up well. It is recommended by the American Dental Association that patients of every age see their dentist at least two times a year.

    Oral Hygiene

    The best way to defend yourself from plaque buildup and cavities is to practice good oral habits. We suggest using toothpaste and mouthwash accepted by the American Dental Association for best results.


    Many bright and sugary foods can be especially harmful to your teeth. It’s best to avoid drinks, foods, and tobacco products that can potentially stain your teeth. Your bonded tooth can stain just like your natural teeth can. A nutritious and well-balanced diet can keep your bonded tooth and the rest of your smile looking good.

    To request more information about dental bonding or to book your visit with our talented team, call us today at (303) 776-6021. We happily serve patients from Longmont and other surrounding communities.