Formerly Known as Vitto Dental Spa


Vita Dental Offers Bonding to Create Your Dream Smile!

If you have gaps, chips, decay or other tooth problems, bonding can give you the healthy and attractive smile you want.

Bonding is the process of applying a strong composite resin material to the front of your tooth, creating a natural-looking and blemish-free cover.

Bonding can improve a number of dental issues:

  • Decay
  • Chips and cracks
  • Discoloration
  • Large gaps
  • Misshapen or extended teeth
  • Exposed roots from receding gums

The bonding procedure is painless and takes just under an hour — an easy fix that gets you back to work or home in no time.

With advancements in cosmetic dentistry technology, there is a wide variety of natural-looking resin that can be perfectly matched to your existing teeth so your bonded teeth blend right in.

Dental bonding is also attractive because of its affordability and simplicity – and it’s done right in our office in one appointment. Many patients opt to get several teeth done at one time.

What is the bonding process?

Bonding requires minimal preparation of the tooth. Numbing or anesthesia is usually not needed unless there is an old restoration or decay. We start by roughening the tooth slightly to help the bonding material adhere. We then apply the composite resin and “cure” it with ultraviolet light. Finally, we shape and polish the resin to make it look fully natural and aesthetically pleasing.

How long does dental bonding last?

In general, bonding can last 4 to 8 years on average with proper care. Dental bonding durability is determined, in part, by the location of the bonding. If it’s on the very edge of your tooth, it may not last as long because biting and the texture of foods (hard, crunchy) may cause excess wear on the restoration.

How do I care for my bonded teeth?

There is no special care required for bonded teeth – just brush and floss like you do for your natural teeth. Note that dental bonding can stain over time. Those who consume more coffee, tea, dark cola, red wine, or tobacco products will notice staining sooner.

Does insurance cover bonding?

Many insurance companies will cover dental bonding if it used for repair or for a filling. Most won’t cover it when it’s used strictly for cosmetic purposes. Check with your insurance company.

A smile you’re proud of in under an hour! Call Vita Dental today to schedule your appointment for dental bonding.

What Our Patients Are Saying

Brandon Cox

I went in for a regular cleaning and exam a couple of months ago and had one of the best dentist experiences I’ve ever had. Definitely a closer-knit environment than some of the chain companies you might have gone to before. They got me right in, Lisa had my insurance already entered by the time I arrived and it was very quick and no stress. Dr. Eibling even followed up with me the evening of my appointment about some of the topics we discussed. I would definitely recommend this office if you live in the area!

Brandon Cox

Alex P.

The staff is wonderful and the atmosphere is calming, beautiful and high-end. You get a lot for what you pay for and they work with you and your insurance to assure you get the best treatment!

Alex P.

Lisa A.

Beautiful place, friendly staff, a touch of class ur not used to from a dental office. Must experience to believe.

Lisa A.

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