Smile with Confidence after Dental Bonding in King of Prussia, PA

Teeth bonding is an excellent choice if you want to fix uneven teeth in a minimally invasive way

An experienced dentist can fix gaps, chips and tooth discolorations

Dental bonding is a form of cosmetic dentistry that involves the application of a tooth-colored composite resin to repair decayed, chipped, fractured, and discolored teeth in order to enhance your everyday smile. Also known as tooth composite bonding and enamel bonding, it is a time-tested process that dentists have been using for years. You won’t find better services in King of Prussia, and this easy, painless procedure will give you a smile as bright and beautiful as veneers without the complicated procedures and hassle.

Our dental center specializes in the best reshaping through teeth bonding, so you can smile widely and regain your self-confidence. It is the best choice when you are unhappy with the gaps, chips and discoloration of your teeth.

What Is Dental Bonding and What Can It Fix?

A dentist bonding front teeth will cover gaps and discolored teeth by applying a sliver of composite material that effectively covers the imperfections. The result is a row of even teeth without variation in size and color.

A dental professional specializing in teeth bonding at King of Prussia Dental™ Associates uses this procedure to repair common dental issues like:

  • Chipped tooth
  • Cracked tooth
  • Misshapen teeth
  • Small teeth
  • Areas of tooth discoloration
  • Gaps

Composite bonding for reshaping teeth is often an excellent alternative to other, more complicated procedures because it is:

  • Fast
  • Painless
  • Relatively inexpensive
  • Effective
  • Matched to the color of your teeth

The Main Benefits of Dental Bonding

Apart from the more affordable cost, composite bonding for teeth is the best choice for many patients for the following reasons:

  1. the procedure can be completed in one appointment, so you do not have to miss a lot of time from work
  2. the dentist performing dental bonding will remove less enamel from the tooth, unlike other procedures, such as applying veneers or crowns
  3. the final result of this procedure will be perfectly natural and no one will notice that you had cosmetic dental work done
  4. your dentist can adjust your dental bonding in the future to maintain the natural look of your teeth.

What Is Involved in the Dental Bonding Procedure

The dental bonding procedure is relatively straightforward and takes approximately 30 minutes per tooth. The process consists of:

  1. Consult/exam
  2. A discussion that entails what you’re looking for out of treatment
  3. Once treatment goals are established, your dental professional will select a shade with you
  4. Your tooth is coated with an adhesive liquid
  5. A resin is applied to the tooth layer by layer until it is the correct size
  6. The resin is molded and hardened under a visible white light
  7. Your tooth is shaped and polished.

What Is the Average Dental Bonding Cost

Compared to other forms of dental procedures, cosmetic teeth bonding is a relatively inexpensive dental treatment. While dental bonding cost often depends on factors such as the extent of the treatment, the treatment goal of the patients, and the number of teeth to be treated, KoP Dental™ is committed to providing patients with the highest quality treatments that fit their budget.

Frequently Asked Questions about Teeth Bonding

Here are a few answers to some of the most common questions our dentists get about tooth composite bonding:

Is Teeth Bonding Safe?

The composite used in dental bonding is etched into your teeth using a mild chemical solution that is 100% safe for you. The composite itself is formulated to respond to heat and cold just like natural tooth enamel, so it will remain perfectly attached during normal use.

Is Dental Bonding Painful?

The dentist removes only a little enamel from your teeth in order to apply composite bonding. Patients do not feel any pain or discomfort at all during the procedure.

Can Dental Bonding Be Reversed?

If you choose to revert to your natural teeth or to replace dental bonding with veneers, the dentist can remove the composite. Future dental work (both general dentistry and cosmetic) can be safely performed on teeth that used to be covered by bonding.

What Happens after the Tooth Bonding Procedure?

Like any new dental procedure, dental bonding requires proper oral care. You should be able to eat and drink as usual after the procedure, as well as brush and floss your teeth. Soon, you will forget that you have had any dental work done!

Choose the Best Dental Bonding Services by KoP Dental™

King of Prussia Dental™ Associates offers some of the finest services in the area. Our services are available in and around:

  • King of Prussia
  • Collegeville
  • Norristown
  • Wayne
  • Phoenixville
  • Bridgeport
  • Conshohocken

Look at our “before and after” dental bonding gallery and come see what our King of Prussia Dental™ Associates dental center can do for you and your teeth today: 610-265-4142!


As found on Google Reviews Kind caring people and do a good job. They will show you the cavities on x-rays and explain to you to why they need to drill to alleviate any skepticism.
Corey A.
King of Prussia, December 11, 2011

Corey A.

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I have been a patient for over 20 years at King of Prussia Dental and had to briefly leave their practice after a change in our dental insurance. After my husband and I had horrible experiences elsewhere locally, I quickly found a way to fix the insurance situation in order to return to KoP Dental. After my appointment read more
Michelle P.
King of Prussia, May 7, 2013

Michelle P.

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I needed a dentist in a rush today and found KOP dental on Google. The receptionist on the phone actually made me excited to come in! I needed X-rays, a cleaning, and an exam. Each member of their team was absolutely wonderful. I have never had such an easy, pleasant experience at a dental office before. read more
Samanthat K.
King of Prussia, August 25, 2014

Samanthat K.

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I just wanted to say thanks to everyone at King of Prussia Dental Associates! Dr. Rapine and his staff were fantastic. For someone like myself who has always been hesitant about dentistry work and the pain involved, it was critical for me to make sure that the staff understood my concern. Dr. Rapine took the time read more
Bruce N.
December 11, 2014

Bruce N.

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Let me start off by saying it was a blessing finding this dental practice. Being an Africa American male you get nervous when you go places in this time that are predominately white. When I walked into the practice everyone was all smiles. Which was heartwarming and read more
Kyle Waters
King of Prussia, February 28th, 2019

Kyle Waters

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Invisalign treatment with Dr. Kashyap & Rita was wonderful. They’re both so kind and personable and most importantly they do such a great job making sure you get the exact smile you were hoping for. It was a true pleasure working with them - i’m almost bummed that my treatment read more
Katie Quinn
King of Prussia, March 4, 2019

Katie Quinn

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I visited the offce on 3/4/2019 for a bonding procedure by Dr. Eileen It was amazing! The procedure was painless and very peaceful, I almost fell asleep in the chair. Office staff is very pleasant and the atmosphere is great. Thanks Dr. Eileen for my new smile! 🙂
Janae Carlisle
King of Prussia, March 4, 2019

Janae Carlisle

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Our dentists are dedicated to providing the high quality and most comprehensive care in all of dental treatment. They can leave you with a brighter, straighter smile!

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