Dental Blog

What Situations Are Perfect for Composite Resin Bonding?

A brunette woman wearing a hairband with a bright smile At Precision Dentistry and Implants, we find many patients who come into our office seeking cosmetic solutions to enhance their smiles. While porcelain veneers and professional teeth whitening are two popular options, many patients overlook the ease and affordability of dental bonding.

What is dental bonding?

Dental bonding is a material made of composite resin that can be applied to natural teeth and cured to disguise imperfections in the smile. It is a fast, easy, and affordable alternative to other cosmetic treatments, such as porcelain veneers, which require more than one appointment with Dr. Matthew Huff to plan and place.

What situations are perfect for composite resin dental bonding?

Dr. Matthew Huff and his team at Precision Dentistry and Implants in Kerrville may suggest dental bonding for your cosmetic needs. Let’s explore the many situations that can arise in which composite resin materials can be used to enhance the smile:

  • Gaps between the teeth. Spaces between the front teeth can be filled in with bonding material to create a smooth, natural-looking smile free from gaps.
  • Chipped or cracked teeth. Bonding fills in where breaks or cracks may have occurred due to injury or normal wear and tear.
  • Misshapen teeth. Bonding can reshape awkward-looking teeth, giving them a more symmetrical appearance and overall beautiful shape.
  • Discolored teeth. The bondable resin material is quickly shaped and polished to match the color of your existing tooth enamel for an all-over uniform look, covering specific teeth that might be darkened or discolored.
  • Slightly misaligned teeth. If you have slightly misaligned teeth but do not want to go through extensive orthodontic treatments, dental bonding can subtly correct the alignment with proper coverage techniques.

Find out how composite resin bonding can solve your cosmetic dental concerns!

If any of these situations sound familiar, Dr. Matthew Huff may suggest composite resin bonding as an ideal solution for your cosmetic needs. Contact Precision Dentistry and Implants today at 830-896-8343 to find out if this treatment option is right for you. His office is conveniently located in Kerrville, TX, and is open to new patients and families seeking general and cosmetic dentistry services.


We may now be able to get the cost of your full mouth dental implants covered if you have a qualifying Blue Cross Blue Shield Medical PPO policy.

Simply call our office with your policy details and we can check to see if your policy offers this coverage.