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Will having dental bonding hurt?

Dental bonding does not hurt; in most cases no anesthesia is necessary to perform the procedure. In most cases the part of the tooth that is being worked upon is not sensitive so there is no pain associated with bonding.
Typically, dental bonding does not hurt. The area of the tooth your dentist is working on has little to no sensitivity, so bonding doesn't usually require anesthesia.

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