Bonding has become a sort of "catch all" phrase and is often used to describe a number of dental procedures. Bonding, typically, is used to describe a method of adding tooth-colored filling material to your teeth in the front of your mouth.
Bonding can be done for the following situations:
Dental Bonding is accomplished in one visit. It is a conservative approach that effectively solves many problems.
A 12 year old boy broke his tooth on the bottom of a pool.
Conservative dental bonding with custom tinting. The boy is now 16, and the bonding is still there.
Dear Dr. Barr & staff,
What a wonderful group of people you are. Words can't describe the wonderful experience Mary and I had in your office. Jo-Ann is the warmest person I think I have ever had the pleasure of meeting. She is definitely the person you want greeting your patients when they walk through the door.
Dr. Barr, you are a true artist with the patience of a saint. Your superb bedside manner is the best I have ever seen. Mary has not stopped talking about how awesome her new dentist is. I have noticed a huge boost in her self-esteem since we left your office, and for that I am forever grateful. You have a wonderful philosophy and treat every patient as an individual with their own personal needs and wants. You really took the time to make Mary feel comfortable and important by asking her what SHE wanted and how SHE wanted her teeth to look. She never once felt scared or intimidated.
I can't forget about Sandy! You are truly blessed to have such a wonderful woman working by your side. She has such a gentle way about her that makes you feel 100% at ease. She has an eye for perfection and does so without being overbearing. I can honestly say your office is one of a kind. I am grateful that my search led us to your practice. I will never forget what you have done for my daughter. I get to see her beautiful smile that she looks forward to showing off each and every day.
To see more photographs of actual cases done by Dr. Barr, click on Tooth Bonding Photos.