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An Overview of Dental Bonding

Do you suffer from chipped or gapped teeth? This video explains how a dentist serving New York City can help you have a more beautiful smile.

Modern cosmetic dentistry techniques can quickly and conveniently address many dental imperfections. Dental bonding in particular offers a fast and effective solution to common tooth flaws. This procedure involves the application of a resin that looks and feels like tooth enamel. This resin can remedy chips, discoloration, misshapen teeth, and a gapped smile. In many cases, a cosmetic dentist can eliminate these problems in a single dentist’s office visit. So to enjoy a stunning smile, talk to a cosmetic dentist about getting dental bonding.

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