West Meade Dental dentist in Nashville Tennessee Dr. Allison Kisner


At West Meade Dental, we pride ourselves on providing our patients with high-quality dental bonding in Nashville, TN. Dental bonding is a procedure in which we use tooth-colored resin to restore damaged teeth. This resin is then bonded to the tooth using a special light. 

Dental bonding may be suitable for you if you are looking for a way to improve your smile. We use this procedure to correct a wide variety of dental issues. It is a popular procedure because it can be an effective way to improve the appearance of your teeth quickly and affordably. Contact us today if you are interested in gaining a brand-new smile through dental bonding!

West Meade Dental dentist in Nashville Tennessee Dr. Allison Kisner

Dental Bonding Can Fix Many Tooth Issues

Dental bonding is a popular method used to enhance the aesthetics of your smile. We can use bonding to correct chips, close gaps, cover stains, enlarge small teeth, and straighten the appearance of crooked teeth, as well as repair stained or discolored teeth. The bond material is made of a high-quality plastic known as composite resin. The best way to determine if dental bonding suits you is to schedule a consultation with Dr. Allison Kisner and her team. Almost anyone is a candidate, including children.

During your consultation, our team will examine your teeth and discuss your cosmetic goals with you. We will proceed with the bonding procedure if dental bonding suits you. The entire process usually takes about 30 minutes to an hour.

The Dental Bonding Procedure

Dental bonding is a procedure you can complete in one easy, convenient visit. First, Dr. Kisner will select a shade of resin that matches the color of your natural teeth. Next, we will prep the tooth so the resin can properly adhere to it. Dr. Kisner will apply and sculpt the resin to look natural with your smile. She will then expose the resin to a curing light to make the material hard and durable.

Once the resin has hardened, we will trim and polish it so it blends seamlessly with your other teeth. 

The Benefits of Dental Bonding

One of the main benefits of dental bonding is that it is less expensive than other cosmetic dental procedures, such as veneers and crowns. In addition, we can complete the dental bonding procedure in just one office visit. 

Another benefit of dental bonding is that it does not require as much preparation as other cosmetic procedures, such as veneers. Less prep means no need for anesthesia or numbing agents during the process. 

Finally, dental bonding is a very versatile procedure that we can use to fix various cosmetic dental problems. If you are unhappy with your smile, schedule a consultation with us today to see if dental bonding is right for you!

How Much Does Dental Bonding Cost?

The cost will vary depending on the size and scope of the project. In general, bonding can be an economical way to improve your smile. Consult our team to get an accurate estimate of the cost of your individual project. We work with many insurance plans and partner with CareCredit to provide affordable options for our quality dental services.

How Long Does Dental Bonding Last?

Recent advances in the composition of resins have increased the strength, durability, and longevity of these restorations. Although it is not as resilient and stain-proof as porcelain veneers, it is a more cost-effective method.

Dental bonding can last for several years with proper care. To help your bonding last as long as possible, brush and floss regularly, and avoid using your teeth as tools (for example, do not bite your nails or open bottles with your teeth). If you take good care of your bonding, you can enjoy a beautiful smile for years.

Dental Bonding Nashville

Dental bonding is a popular cosmetic dentistry procedure used to fix cracked or chipped teeth, gapped teeth, and misshapen teeth. We can also use bonding to improve the appearance of stained or discolored teeth. If you are interested in dental bonding, schedule a consultation with Dr. Kisner today!

We look forward to working with you, and we look forward to working toward your new smile!