Cosmetic Dental Bonding Service in Milton

Cosmetic Dentistry

Are you feeling self-conscious about your smile? There’s no doubt that smiling is the universal language of showing happiness and radiance. But what happens when your teeth are damaged or stained? 

At Milltown Dental, we offer professional cosmetic dental services in Milton, Ontario. If you’re looking to repair damaged teeth, we specialize in the most effective tooth restoration method called cosmetic dental bonding.

If your teeth are damaged, and you don’t feel good about your smile, our team of dental professionals is here to help you turn your frown upside down. We understand that having damaged teeth can affect your self-confidence. Rest assured, our goal is to make you feel good about your teeth, and that starts with offering you the most exceptional dental bonding services in Milton, Ontario. 

What is Cosmetic Dental Bonding?

Cosmetic dental bonding is a straightforward procedure where a tooth-coloured resin is applied to the area of the damaged tooth and then cured and hardened using a special UV light. The composite bonding is shaped on the tooth to match the other teeth to present a natural appearance. No drilling or anesthesia is necessary when undergoing cosmetic dental bonding. 

How is cosmetic dental bonding effective? 

Dental bonding is one of the most affordable cosmetic dentistry procedures in the dental market today. Dental bonding is effective for those who want to improve their smile. 

Our cosmetic dentist uses the resin to match your natural tooth colour. Over time the resin will become less bright, making it virtually unnoticeable that bonding was ever performed on your teeth. 

Which teeth problems do dental bonding fix? 

Dental bonding is a very flexible procedure that can be used to treat the following dental problems:

  • Those with small cavities can have them filled with dental bonding  
  • Those suffering from mild tooth decay 
  • Those with chipped or cracked teeth can have them restored with cosmetic dental bonding 
  • Those who have discoloured teeth caused by coffee and tea stains can have composite bonding applied  
  • Those with gaps or spaces between their teeth can have teeth gap filling 
  • Those with uneven teeth can get teeth bonding to get the appearance of  aligned teeth
  • Those with tooth roots exposed to gum recession 

As you can see, cosmetic bonding offers solutions to common tooth problems and is the fastest and most effective tooth restoration treatment. If you have one of these common tooth problems, call us at 905-878-8528 to make an appointment with our cosmetic dentist in Milton.

The Benefits of Dental Bonding

Here are the benefits of cosmetic dental bonding over other cosmetic dentistry treatments. 

  • Dental bonding brings natural results

    Rest assured that no one can notice that your teeth underwent cosmetic bonding (unless you tell them!). Dental bonding looks transparent due to the composite resin. Our cosmetic dentist matches the resin with the natural colour of your teeth. Once it is cured and hardened, it is shaped and blended naturally to match your other teeth. When you smile in the mirror, you won’t see any discolouration on your teeth, but a bright and natural smile.

  • Dental bonding is non-invasive 

    The teeth bonding procedure is non-invasive and doesn’t require local anesthesia—patients who undergo dental bonding call it a comfortable and painless treatment. There is no down-time, and after the procedure, you can go about with your day. 

  • Dental bonding is gets rid of discolouration and stains 

    Besides teeth whitening treatments, composite bonding teeth with resins can also effectively whiten discoloured teeth that have been stained caused by years of drinking coffee, tea, or wine. For patients who want to get rid of stains and discolouration, dental bonding is a more cost-effective solution than a veneer or crown

  • Dental bonding doesn’t damage tooth enamel 

    You don’t have to worry about your teeth getting damaged because composite bonding doesn’t harm the tooth enamel. Since it is a non-permanent procedure, the tooth is never compromised by the treatment. 

  • Dental bonding aligns your smile

    If your teeth are misaligned or have spaces and gaps, the composite resin is shaped to make your teeth appear straighter and aligned with the rest of your teeth. Cosmetic bonding is a great alternative for those who don’t want to wear braces, as it eliminates a certain amount of time of having to wear orthodontic devices. 

  • Dental bonding is worth the investment 

    Not only is cosmetic bonding painless, but the teeth bonding procedure is very affordable. Most insurance policies cover dental bonding cost. If you’re paying out of pocket, the investment is worthwhile as teeth bonding services cost between $100-$400 for one tooth. You will only require one visit, and it is more cost-efficient than getting veneers or braces. 

    Since teeth bonding is non-permanent, it doesn’t restrict you from exploring other cosmetic dentistry procedures in the future. 

Dental Bonding Process

Dental bonding can be performed in one visit on a single tooth or multiple teeth. The whole procedure usually lasts 30 to 60 minutes per tooth. Here is what to expect during the cosmetic dental bonding procedure. 

  • Dental bonding process 

    Our cosmetic dentist will choose the colour of the composite resin that matches the natural colour of your teeth. If the procedure is meant for teeth gap filling in a decayed tooth, local anesthesia will be applied. Otherwise, no anesthesia is required.

    The cosmetic dentist will then apply a technique on your teeth called light air abrasion. This roughening process increases the surface area and lets the composite resin stick securely on the tooth. 

    Our cosmetic dentist will then apply the phosphoric-acid based gel adhesive to the tooth in gradual layers. The tooth is then cured and hardened in the UV light and then carefully shaped. The dentist will continue to apply the composite bonding to harden the resin between layers. After each tooth is cured and shaped by the UV light, the dentist will polish the teeth to create the appearance of a natural smooth tooth. 

  • What to expect after dental bonding

    After the cosmetic bonding procedure, our dentist will recommend some basic maintenance steps. Avoid consuming coffee, tea, and dark coloured foods for at least 48 hours after the treatment to allow the resin composite to settle in and harden completely. Do not smoke after the procedure, as the tar can stain your teeth. 

    You might experience tooth sensitivity caused by the light air abrasion. Take ibuprofen if you experience any pain, as this should resolve itself within 48-72 hours after the procedure. 

    No new dental habits need to be performed; continue brushing your teeth and flossing daily. If you notice that your teeth have sharp or rough edges, schedule a follow-up appointment after 1 to 2 weeks as your teeth might require additional polishing and smoothing. After the follow-up appointment, resume with annual dental hygiene cleanings to maintain the dental bonding for many years to come. 

Why Choose Milltown Dental?

At Milltown Dental, we strive to be an exceptional team that delivers comprehensive dental care services in Milton, Ontario, and the surrounding GTA. Your oral health is our top priority as our high-level customer service provides our patients with personalized dental plants.

Choose Milltown Dental for cosmetic bonding as we offer a comfortable dental environment that delivers a positive patient experience. Dr. Julie Boudreault and our practice have a reputation for addressing all of your cosmetic dentistry needs with professionalism and honesty as its core values.


If you would like more information regarding our cosmetic dental bonding procedures in Milton, call us at 905-878-8528 or contact us here. One of the members of the Milltown Dental team will contact you within 24 - 48 hours. 


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Milltown Dental

840 Main Street East, Unit 3,
Milton, Ontario, L9T0J4,

Practice Hours:Monday: 8:00 AM – 4:00 PMTuesday: 8:00 AM – 8:00 PMWednesday: 8:00 AM – 4:00 PMThursday: 8:00 AM – 8:00 PMFriday: 8:00 AM – 4:00 PM

Additional Information: Alternating Saturdays: 8 AM - 3 PM


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