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Dental Bonding

Dentist working with dental polymerization lamp in oral cavityDental bonds are a popular choice for people who need to rectify small dental issues. These bonds are easy to get into your mouth and they do not require any invasive procedure. This makes it a popular choice for those who are a little reserved when it comes to certain dental procedures that may require invasive procedures. If you want to learn more about how dental bonds can benefit you then we highly recommend visiting our clinic at Ephrata Family Dentistry so you can learn more about these versatile bonds.


Although many people look at dental bonds as something temporary, these dental bonds manage to be a long-term solution. They are long-lasting, strong, and can hold for a very long time. Whether you want to fix a fractured tooth or repair a crack or a chip, a dental bond is the way to go.

The best part about a dental bond is that you do not need to wait for a long time before it is fitted into your teeth. When you visit our professionals with your dental problem, you may be able to walk out of our clinic with the dental bond in place. This dental bond is a filling like material that is super strong and works as an adhesive between your teeth. It not only covers up a gap but it fills in spaces such as a crack or chip. Since a dental bond can be made the same color shade as your tooth, one will not be able to tell the difference between the bond and your actual tooth. This dental bond sticks well and it will help your teeth function just as well.

Easy To Get Used To

A dental bond does not require any recovery time. It does not involve any sort of invasive procedure which makes it convenient for you to get used to. If you suffer from tooth sensitivity because of a crack in between your teeth, the minute the dental bond is placed you will start to feel a lot better and your toothache will disappear. This dental bond doesn't take long to dry and even if you are busy and running short on time you will still manage to get it and be able to continue with your daily routine just as normal. You do not have to compromise with regards to what you eat because our dental bond is strong and it sticks to your teeth well.

Protects The Enamel

Unlike most other dental procedures that require you to compromise on the enamel of your teeth, a dental bond will not do that. If anything, it helps to protect the enamel because you do not have to go through any invasive procedure which includes clipping off the enamel for the bond to stick. A bond can be placed over the enamel as well and it manages to work effectively. If you have a chip or a crack in your tooth that needs to be fixed give us a call at (223) 264-3020 or visit our clinic at Ephrata Family Dentistry and we will help to rectify this problem.

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(223) 264-3020


815 Martin Avenue
Ephrata, PA 17522-1642

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