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How much does dental bonding cost?

It depends on the type of bonding procedure that is planned. Is it to close a space between front teeth, to improve the contour of front teeth, to replace an old filling with a more esthetic restoration or to improve the color of front teeth? These are just some of the things that can be done with dental bonding materials, and each procedure involves different fees.

Fees for any dental service may vary depending on where you live or where your dentist is located (area of country, urban, suburban, center of town, etc.). In addition there are always going to be a range of fees for the same service. This may depend on the experience of the dental practitioner, materials used, esthetic demands of the procedure and complexity of the treatment or procedure. 

You may be able to find average fees for dental treatment in your area, but as with most other things just because a product or service may be the cheapest, does not necessarily mean it is the best. Also, you must feel confident in the dentist providing your care.
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The cost of a dental bonding will vary from dentist to dentist, but the average price to bond a front tooth would be from $150-$350. In general, the more of the tooth that needs to be replaced, the higher the cost.

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