Hanford residents pleased to find out that the cost of teeth bonding is affordable

Cost of Teeth Bonding is Affordable, Dr. Nikunj Raiyani, Lemoore with Hanford Family Dental Center Do you suffer from discolored teeth, chips, small gaps, or misshapen teeth? If so, Hanford Family Dental Center, located in Hanford, offers an amazing alternative to veneers that is practical and affordable. Many of our patients are pleasantly surprised at the cost of teeth bonding. We believe in providing practical solutions to patients' needs. We are committed to individualized patient care and love that we can offer such a great solution for your smile makeover.

Teeth bonding:

For dental bonding, we use a putty-like composite material that we apply to your teeth. We do this by first etching the surface of your teeth. This ensures a secure bond of the composite. The resin is applied to your teeth and is shaped to achieve the results that you desire. We then cure the resin using ultraviolet light.

Benefits of bonding:

  • Affordable: This procedure is more affordable than veneers. This makes it a great opportunity to fix your teeth at a fraction of the cost.
  • Quick: Most bonding procedures are completed in just one visit.
  • Painless: Patients find they can have the treatment done without anesthetic and without post-procedure discomfort.
  • Easy care: You can retain the look and life of bonding simply by following an excellent oral hygiene routine and maintaining your regular dental cleaning schedule.

How we make smile makeovers accessible for most patients:

  • We are committed to customer care at all levels. We assist in handling your dental insurance claims to help you get the most out of your benefits.
  • DocPay: This is one of our financing options for your dental work. We provide this service with no credit checks, no interest, and no annual fees.
We love helping patients feel great about their smiles. We are committed to achieving smile successes. Call us to schedule your personalized consultation.(559) 530-8080 .

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