Dental Bonding

In cosmetic dentistry, dental bonding is a common procedure which involves the application of a tooth- coloured composite resin used to repair teeth imperfections. The resin is moulded and polished to the surrounding teeth. A special ultraviolet light is then applied to harden and bond the material, improving your smile.
Dental Bonding can assist in repairing cracked, chipped and discoloured teeth. It is ideal for restoring decayed or misaligned teeth and closing small gaps. It may also be used to replace silver amalgam fillings. The procedure can help a patient to correct a minor defect and achieve a straighter, more uniform smile.

What Sets us Apart to other Practices

Family Friendly  Practice

You’re not a patient , but a member of our dental family. Treated with respect and compassion we listen to your concerns and work with you to find the care solutions that’s best for you

7 Star Service

Complete transparency- We believe in open communication and long-term relationships with our patients,  based on mutual trust and respect. We will tell you everything you need

Accredited Practice

  • Member of the ADA and ACAS.
  • Dr Kanowitz is highly experienced – practicing for 30 years
  • Ethical treatment recommendations – providing preventative care

Latest Technology

We are dedicated to employing the latest technology. We utilize intraoral cameras, Wand Computerized Injections, laser cavity detection, digital photography and digital X-rays.

Complimentary Parking

Unlike some dental practices which have offices strewn over several suburbs we have one prime location in Hornsby.

Interest Free Payment Plans

  • Multiple payment to choose from
  • 70% of our patients decide to take advantage of this.

The Benefits of Dental Bonding:

  • It is cost-effective.
  • Quick dental Bonding can be completed in a single visit with immediate results.
  • It is less invasive, requires minimal alteration to the tooth enamel.

The aftercare process

To care for your Dental Bonding, it is essential to maintain good oral hygiene, avoid biting on hard foods and schedule regular dental check-ups. For more information please call us now.

Before & After

“There is always a risk for any surgical or invasive procedure.  Hence, before proceeding, we recommend you to seek a second opinion from an appropriately qualified health practitioner.”