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Dental Bonding/White Filling at Center for Implant Dentistry, Fremont

I am here to tell you how skilled and capable Dr. Sam Jain was in rebuilding my mouth. He has all the latest equipment and a very clean work area. The consultation was up front in what had to be done to rebuild my mouth. How he was paid was not an issue. He was just concerned about doing the best job for his patient. Bone grafts were done to build up the bone where the implants were to be placed. Without a good foundation the final product will not work. A sinus lift was done but only after as it was clearly visible from the cat scans that my sinus had cleared up. He would not go to the next step unless everything is healed. I am very pleased with his work and his staff. I will return for future dental work because I feel fortunate to have such a caring person as my dentist and one who takes such pride in his work.

- James B.



Smiling Elderly CoupleOur forte is implant dentistry, but our practice is not limited to that. We offer a full range of general dental services to keep your natural teeth healthy and beautiful. Dental bonding is a popular technique for repairing minor tooth damage. The conservative procedure takes only a few minutes to complete, saving both time and expense. Understanding the importance of a naturally attractive smile, we take great care to match the coloring to your natural tooth material and sculpt the composite material to the ideal shape for a flawless, long-lasting restoration.

Composite bonding is a versatile procedure, which may be used for:

  • Fillings. Repair cavities without leaving and visible sign of dental work
  • Amalgam replacement. Silver or blackened metal fillings can be replaced with beautiful tooth-colored restorations
  • Repairing chipped teeth. Minor fractures, wear, and other damage can be quickly corrected
  • Altering the shape of a tooth. Worn down, misshapen or uneven teeth can be contoured with dental bonding
  • Closing wide spaces between the teeth. Strong, lifelike bonding material can be used to widen teeth, eliminating extra space

Beautiful teeth in a single visit

Dental bonding is a composite resin that is similar in consistency to putty. The color is adjusted to match the natural enamel. Pliable material is placed directly on the tooth surface and worked into the desired shape before it is hardened. Very little preparation is needed beyond removing any damaged or decayed tooth material and applying an adhesive gel. The process is fast, affordable and yields beautiful results. Properly applied dental bonding can last a decade or more.
Because the restoration is made directly on tooth material, bonding is known as a direct restoration. Indirect restorations (crowns, inlays, and onlays) are created in a laboratory using a hard material such as porcelain. The best choice for you will depend on the condition of the tooth and your preferences. When you consult with one of our experienced dentists, you will be given information on the advantages and disadvantages of treatment options so that you may make a confident decision about your care.
We will help you find the best solutions for your dental concerns, enabling you to enjoy the smile of your dreams. Call  (510) 574-0496 today to schedule your visit.