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Indirect dental bonding produces fillings and inlays that are strong and durable. When a dentist uses indirect dental bonding, he or she makes a mold of the damaged tooth. This mold is sent to a lab. At the lab, technicians use high heat to fabricate a filling or inlay. Exposure to high heat strengthens the material used to make the filling or inlay. Also, unlike some other materials used to repair damaged teeth (such as amalgam and gold), composite resin used in indirect dental bonding matches the natural color of your teeth.