Dental bonding is a relatively budget-friendly way to restore a damaged smile. The cost of dental bonding depends on how many teeth require treatment – more on that in a bit. In the meantime, here’s what you need to know about dental bonding:
Bonding is a common fix for a range of dental issues, including:
The material used in dental bonding is tooth-colored, so in some cases, dental bonding is a cosmetic treatment – it can hide chips and irregularities or make teeth look longer and straighter. In other cases, it’s used as a protective treatment, to make teeth stronger and cover exposed roots.
There’s no substitute for healthy dental hygiene habits. You can help keep your child’s teeth healthy by encouraging:
And by discouraging:
A variety of factors can affect the cost of dental bonding. Kool Smiles Kids Club has partner dentists across the country who are committed to providing high-quality, affordable dental care for all children.
Many insurance providers will cover all or part of the cost of bonding, especially if it’s done to fill a cavity or improve a tooth’s strength. Kool Smiles’ partner dentists accept most types of insurance, including Medicaid, TRICARE, and CHIP (formerly SCHIP).
For a precise quote, schedule an assessment with a Kool Smiles Kids Club partner dentist in your area.