Dental Composite Bonding & Veneers Can Rejuvenate Your Smile

With the potential to transform your smile and give you the confidence you need to show your teeth with pride, dental bonding and dental veneers are two of the most popular cosmetic dentistry procedures available today. At Forest Hills Dental Centre in Langley, we’ve seen these services bolster our patients’ smile aesthetic time and time again!

What’s The Difference Between Dental Bonding And Dental Veneers?

Dental bonding is a service in which tooth-colored resin is applied to the teeth before it’s hardened in place with a special dental light. The resin can be used to repair chipped or cracked teeth, close gaps between the teeth, or change the shape or color of teeth.

Dental veneers are thin, custom-made shells that are bonded to the front of a patient’s teeth. They can be used to change the shape, size, or color of teeth, and are an excellent option for hiding tooth cracks, chips, gaps, or minor misalignments.

How Can These Services Benefit My Confidence?

Dental bonding and veneers can both be used to achieve a beautiful, natural-looking smile. If you’re unhappy with the way your teeth look, these procedures can give you the confidence you need to show your teeth off with pride.

Experience the magic of veneers and composite bonding! Our skilled dental team combines these modern techniques to craft stunning, lifelike smiles.

Which Service Is Right For Me?

The best way to decide which procedure may be ideal for you is to consult with our team. During your consultation, we’ll assess your individual needs and goals, and recommend the best treatment option for you.

If you’re looking for a way to improve your smile, call us today!

Contact Forest Hills Dental Centre About Bonding & Veneers Today

  • Eliminate tooth staining & discolouration
  • Boost your smiling, speaking, & laughing confidence
  • Fill in unwanted gaps between teeth
  • Correct minor misalignment issues
  • Prioritize your smile!

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