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Bonded Veneers in Madison

Transform your smile with bonded (composite) veneers from Total Care Dental. Bonded veneers fix discoloration, chips, and cracks. The fee for composite veneers is roughly half the price of porcelain veneers. Bonded veneers are affordable for patients with or without dental insurance.

Total Care Dental's restorative services include fillings, root canals, denturesimplants and more. See us today to get the smile you deserve. 

 

Cosmetic Dentists Apply Composite Veneers for Dane County Patients

Over time, your teeth endure a great deal of pressure. Even simple things such as drinking coffee or clenching your teeth due to daily stressors can cause teeth to chip and become discolored. One way of making your smile beautiful is with bonded or composite veneers from Total Care Dental. Bonded veneers can fix gaps between your teeth or an uneven smile.

Madison cosmetic dentists at Total Care Dental provide you with a beautiful smile by creating veneers through composite bonding and applying them over your existing teeth. 

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Personalized Composite Veneers Create the Perfect Smile

Chipped Tooth without VeneersAn imperfect smile can make you self-conscious or embarrassed. Our Madison dentists want you to be happy with your smile so you don’t feel the need to hide it. Bonded or composite veneers are the perfect option if you are unhappy with your smile and want a quick, easy fix. Bonded veneers can improve aesthetic tooth problems, like:

  • Chips
  • Gaps 
  • Staining or discoloration
  • Crookedness
  • Misshapenness

Composite Veneer Procedure: What to Expect

The dental veneer process is fairly simple, painless and can be done in one dental visit in under an hour. It’s perfect for patients who want an instantly better smile without invasive oral surgery. A dentist will: 

  1. Measure your teeth where the composite will be added.
  2. Make note of chips, gaps, and other imperfections to determine the best way to correct them.
  3. Apply a bonding agent and composite resin (white filling) material over the area.
  4. Build up the area and fill in the affected space with multiple layers.
  5. Shape and sculpt the composite to match the surrounding teeth.
  6. Use a high-intensity light or laser to harden and reinforce the composite material to the tooth. 
  7. Polish the bonded veneers for a more realistic appearance.

Acid etching may be used to create a better bonding surface for your veneers. The composite material blends naturally and seamlessly with your existing teeth. Bonded veneers are as easy to care for as natural teeth. They require brushing twice a day, daily flossing and dental examinations and cleanings twice a year. To ensure the long life of your composite veneers, avoid biting hard objects like nuts and ice.

If you're unhappy with your current teeth, composite veneers may be the perfect solution for a brighter, whiter smile. Schedule a free cosmetic dentistry consultation with Total Care Dental to learn more about the bonded veneer process. You will walk out of our office with a great smile the same day you came in.

Veneers: An Alternative to Tooth Whitening

Correcting tooth discoloration is a common reason for getting veneers. Composite veneers whiten teeth by covering up the discolored teeth beneath. Certain tetracycline antibiotics, medications, and smoking can cause teeth to turn gray or brown. Our in-office whitening treatment corrects the color of natural teeth, but stained teeth do not respond as well to whitening kits as yellowed teeth. If your teeth are brown or gray, consider changing the color with new veneers.

Composite vs. Porcelain Veneers

Bonded Veneer PlacementPorcelain veneers last longer than bonded veneers and are stain-resistant and chip-resistant, providing an extremely realistic look. However, bonded veneers offer several advantages over porcelain. They are:

  • Half the price
  • Able to conserve tooth structure
  • Completed in one visit
  • Easily removable, repairable, and replaceable

Because porcelain veneers are created in a dental lab, there is a waiting period of a week or two before they can be applied. By opting for composite instead, you will have almost instant results! Composite requires a different type of procedure which can be accomplished in one session.

Bonded veneers will generally last about 5-10 years. When considering this procedure, it is important to keep in mind that if your mouth has a high acidic pH (caused by drinking a lot of soda and citrus juices or excessive candy consumption) or if you grind your teeth at night, porcelain veneers may be a better option. Though composite bonded veneers are more prone to staining or chipping than porcelain veneers, they are a much more affordable option.

Common Questions About Bonded VeneersFree online consultation with experienced veneer dentist

Q: How much do bonded veneers cost?

A: Bonded (composite) veneers, range in cost from $250 to $1,200 per tooth depending on what teeth need work and how long the treatment will take.

Q: Who should get bonded veneers?

A: Bonded veneers are meant for people who aren't happy with their smile but want a quick and easy fix. If you have chips, gaps between their teeth, staining or discoloration, slight crookedness, or misshapen teeth, schedule a free consultation with our cosmetic dentists to bring out that beautiful smile.

Q: Can bonded veneers be removed?

A: Bonded veneers can easily be removed and repaired or replaced by adding new composite material.

Q: Are composite veneers the same as bonding? 

A: The material used to make composite veneers is the same material used in dental bonding. The only difference between these dental procedures is how the composite resin is applied to the tooth. Bonding covers a part of your tooth while veneers cover the entire surface. 

Learn more about the different types of veneers available at Total Care Dental.

Contact our Madison Dental Clinic for complete oral health care or Request a Dental Appointment online!

No Insurance? We've Got You Covered.

Total Care Dental offers multi-level payment options for a variety of dental care services at our Madison, WI location. Enjoy routine checkups, cleanings, x-rays, periodontal preventative care and more without the hassle of dealing with insurance companies that don't value your time or health needs.

Benefits include:

  • Low-cost monthly payments
  • 10% off additional treatments
  • Immediate Benefits
  • Un-enroll any time
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Meet the TCD Madison Dentists

Our team of compassionate and knowledgeable professionals create a warm, inviting atmosphere, ensuring patients of all ages feel welcome. At TCD, we treat every patient like a member of our family.

Dr. Brett Clark

Dr. Brett Clark

Dentist & Owner

Little League Coach, Barefoot Water Skier, Exercise Junkie, Super-Dad!

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Dr. Jason Vandehaar

Dr. Jason Vandehaar

Dentist & Owner

Eagle Scout, Badger Fan, Dog Lover, Lifeguard, Hater of Shredded Coconut!

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Dr. Tammy Kalsow

Dr. Tammy Kalsow

Dentist

Positive, loving, nurturing spirit. 

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Heather

Heather

Dental Hygienist

Positive Spirit, Team Leader, Hockey Mom; "A family that flosses together stays together!"

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Dr. Tammy Kalsow
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Providing Free Dentistry to Patients in Need

The Share a Smile program allows the staff of TCD to give back to our local community. One day a  month, we provide free dentistry services to our neighbors in need. We work in partnership with the Middleton Outreach Ministry (MOM) and are looking to join with more churches, low-income housing facilities, and food pantries to expand our reach.

Check out our website to learn more about the Share a Smile program.  Even if you do not meet the eligibility requirements for free dentistry, our dental financing plans make preventative, cosmetic, and restorative services easily affordable for our Madison patients.

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Contact our Madison Dental Clinic for complete oral health care at 608-274-1911 or Request a Dental Appointment online!