Dental Bonding Franklin TN

Carothers Parkway General Dentistry

You can benefit from dental bonding in Franklin, TN if you have a tooth that is chipped or broken, or that has decay or discoloration. It also works for changing the shape of a tooth or filling in gaps between teeth. Bonding is one option for these types of dental problems, as an alternative to veneers, fillings and other procedures.

Come in for an visit at Carothers Parkway General Dentistry in Franklin, TN for a teeth bonding evaluation. We will determine if bonding is the right option for you. Call us at (615) 771-7123 to make your appointment.

 

What Is Tooth Bonding?

When you come in for cosmetic bonding at our Franklin, TN dental office, our dentist, Dr. Matt Lawyer will use a composite resin material and apply it to the damaged part of the tooth. During this process, our dentist will first scrape the surface of the tooth, then use a conditioning material to prep the tooth and then apply the composite resin to the tooth. Dr. Lawyer will mold it to fit the tooth and then use a UV light or a laser to set it. Finally, he will shape and polish it so it matches the look of your other teeth.

Generally, composite resin bonding is a quick, simple and inexpensive procedure. It usually doesn’t even require anesthesia.

 

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Is a Dental Bond Right for Me?

Dental bonding is easier than veneers because the dentist doesn’t have to prepare the teeth as much with bonds. Also, veneers require more than one visit whereas bonds are easy to do in one quick session.

Dental cosmetic bonding is also less expensive than many other procedures. And it usually doesn’t require anesthesia, whereas other procedures like fillings usually do.

However, dental bonds are not right for every situation. Also, a downside of them is that they aren’t as strong as your other teeth, so you can easily chip them and you’ll generally need to get them repaired every few years. Talk to Dr. Lawyer about the best procedure for your specific dental issue.

 

How Much Does Tooth Bonding Cost?

A cosmetic tooth bonding procedure is usually less expensive than other procedures for the same dental problems. Many dental insurance plans will cover dental bonding if it is seen as necessary for a dental problem instead of being used for a cosmetic procedure. Ask your carrier whether it covers this procedure. At Carothers Parkway General Dentistry, we accept most major PPOs, so check with us to see if we take your plan.

If your dental insurance won’t cover the procedure or you are not covered by dental insurance, we offer flexible financial options for patients who need them.

 

Rely on a Bonding Expert at our Local Dental Office

Our dentist, Dr. Matt Lawyer, will use his extensive dental knowledge and expertise to perform your bonding procedure. He has his DDS and has been caring for patients through his own dental practice since 2005. Beyond his expertise and our office’s high-tech equipment, Dr. Lawyer will treat you with respect and give you his time. Come to Carothers Parkway General Dentistry to get a personal and high-quality dental experience.

 

Make Your Appointment for an Evaluation

Come to Carothers Parkway General Dentistry to have your teeth evaluated by our dental specialist. Dr. Lawyer can help you determine whether dental bonding or another procedure would be the best bet for your chipped tooth or other dental problem. Call our office today at (615) 771-7123 to make an appointment.