Are you wanting to achieve the beautiful, harmonious smile you deserve but don’t want to remove or damage your natural tooth structure like with porcelain veneers? Then digital cosmetic bonding could be a great choice for you!  

At Paste, our cosmetic bonding is designed digitally to ensure the most accurate and predictable results. You achieve the colour, size and shape of a porcelain veneer with NO tooth removal!  We also do a smile try-in with temporaries so you can test out your new beautiful pearly whites.  

Digital cosmetic bonding uses a tooth-coloured composite resin material to enhance the appearance of teeth. It is a minimally invasive and affordable solution that can give you a beautiful, natural-looking smile. 

The procedure involves applying the composite resin to your teeth and shaping it to achieve the desired shape, size, and colour. The composite resin is then hardened with a special light and polished to give you a natural-looking, beautiful smile.

Looking for dental bonding in Toronto? Book your appointment today and discover how our digital dental technology and hospitality-oriented service can help you achieve a stunning smile! 

When is Teeth Bonding Used?

Teeth bonding is a versatile treatment that can be used to address various cosmetic dental concerns, including:

  • Repairing chipped or cracked teeth
  • Covering discoloured teeth
  • Reshaping misshapen teeth

  • Closing gaps between teeth

  • Lengthening short teeth
  • Improving the appearance of uneven teeth

If you’re ready to enhance the appearance of your smile with dental bonding, contact Paste Dental in Toronto today.

Digital Dental Bonding FAQ

No! bonding is a minimally invasive procedure that typically does not require anesthesia. After the procedure, you may experience some sensitivity on the gums, but this should subside within a few days.

It can last up to 10 years with proper care and maintenance.

Cosmetic bonding is a more affordable and less invasive alternative to veneers. While veneers are custom-made porcelain shells that are bonded to the front of your teeth, bonding uses a tooth-coloured composite resin material that is applied directly to your teeth.

Bonded teeth require the same care as your natural pearly whites. This includes brushing twice a day, flossing daily, and visiting your dentist regularly for cleanings and checkups!

The length of the procedure depends on the extent of the bonding work needed or the number of teeth we are bonding.. In most cases, bonding can be completed in one visit, and the procedure typically takes 30 minutes to an hour per tooth.

The coverage for bonding varies depending on your insurance plan. While cosmetic dental procedures are not typically covered by insurance, some plans may cover bonding for restorative purposes, such as repairing a decayed tooth.

Bonding is a safe and effective cosmetic dental procedure with rare complications. However, as with any dental procedure, there may be some risks, such as sensitivity, minor chips, or cracks in the bonding material. We will discuss any potential risks or complications with you before the procedure.