South Miami Dental Bonding
Repair minor tooth imperfections
Bonding completed in just one quick visit!
Have a few minor cosmetic imperfections you want to address? Talk to Dr. Shapiro about dental bonding. This procedure involves applying a composite resin material directly to your teeth to improve your smile.
Bonding can correct a variety of imperfections
Gaps in the teeth
Teeth that appear smaller than others
Chips, breaks, and fractured teeth
Cavities in front or back teeth
What does bonding do for teeth?
Bonding is a procedure in which tooth-colored composite material is applied and hardened with a special light. This bonded material helps improve and restore your smile. There are a variety of benefits to dental bonding compared to similar procedures like veneers, fillings, and crowns.
Bonding is an affordable procedure.
Bonding can be completed in a single visit!
Bonding requires minimal or no tooth structure removal
Dr. Shapiro is a member of the American Academy Cosmetic Dentistry. He has helped hundreds of patients improve the health and beauty of their smiles with tooth bonding treatments.
“You want the best — look no further! Thank you Dr. Shapiro for my amazing smile and providing me with the very best dentistry has to offer.”
— Stacie Y.
Here’s how it works
- Dr. Shapiro will make sure you’re comfortable and prepare your tooth if needed — anesthesia often isn’t necessary
- We match the composite bonding material to the color of your natural teeth or we can whiten your teeth if desired
- We’ll bond the composite material to your tooth, using a light to cure and seal it
- Go home with a beautiful smile!
The best bonding treatment in Miami
Relax with trustworthy care and honest answers to all your questions about tooth bonding.
Medical-grade sterilization and enhanced PPE ensure peace of mind during treatment.
We’re in-network with major insurers, which may cover a portion of your bonding procedure.
We keep your health and happiness front of mind to ensure amazing results.
Frequently Asked Questions
How long does dental bonding last?
With proper care, dental bonding can last 4 to 8 years or more before requiring a touchup treatment.
How much does tooth bonding cost?
The cost of bonding depends on the tooth that’s being treated and the extent of the damage. However, bonding is much more affordable than veneers or crowns and is often covered under insurance.
How do you take care of your teeth after bonding?
Composite resin is durable, almost as much as your natural tooth enamel. Continue with regular brushing, flossing, and visits to your dentist as normal.
Do whitening treatments work on bonded teeth?
Your bonded tooth will match the natural color of your teeth or be whiter. However, the material used with dental bonding does not respond to teeth whitening treatments.
“I chipped my tooth a couple years ago and it recently chipped again and he took care of it perfectly. I HIGHLY recommend him and his staff.”
— Rachel A.
“Dr. Shapiro & his staff are the best! I was always very nervous about going to the dentist’s office, but I feel very at ease at Pinecrest Smiles!”
— Helen P.
“I love going to Pinecrest Smiles for all my dental needs. The office is immaculate and high tech. Dr. Shapiro is always friendly, welcoming, and very thorough.”
— Laura L.
How to get started
1. Request Appointment
Contact us online or call (305) 233-8000. We’re here to answer all your questions.
2. Determine Candidacy
Find out if bonding is the right treatment to address your concerns and health needs.
3. Bonding in just one visit!
We can typically complete teeth bonding in a single, quick visit.
Ready to Schedule? New Patients Always Welcome!
“No question about it, #1 top-notch dentist. He’s a perfectionist and doesn’t settle for half-assed work. He will get it right and do an outstanding job every time — no shortcuts. Very likable guy and the staff is extremely caring and friendly.”
— Mary T.