Dental Bonding

Minor imperfections such as chips, cracks, or gaps in your teeth can make you feel self-conscious about your smile.

Dr. Jason Streeter uses advanced dental bonding techniques to enhance your appearance and make you feel more confident in everyday life.

So, why should you choose our patient-oriented practice in Colorado Springs, CO, to rejuvenate your smile

What Sets Us Apart?

Top Rated

Our practice is regularly rated five stars for the personalized, friendly, high-quality dental care we provide. We’re confident you’ll love your dental bonding results and leave with a stunning smile to show for it.

State-of-the-Art Equipment

We use the most advanced dental laser on the market to gently etch the surface of the tooth in preparation for bonding. This results in an extremely durable outcome.

Financing Options

Our Colorado Springs office accepts most dental insurance plans and works with third-party lenders such as CareCredit® and GreenSky® to make dental bonding affordable on any budget.

Comfortable Amenities

We want your dental bonding experience to be as pleasant as possible. Our office is equipped with massage chairs, noise-canceling headphones, and televisions in each treatment room for your enjoyment.

What Issues Can Bonding Address?

Chips and Cracks

Dental bonding fills in cracks and chips to prevent the risk of further damage while achieving a smooth, luminous finish.

Inconsistent Sizing

Do you have a tooth that’s small or misshaped? Our dentist uses composite resin to adjust sizing and seamlessly match the surrounding teeth.

Discolored Teeth

Bonding is an excellent way to address stubborn stains and other signs of discoloration that don’t respond to teeth whitening.

Minor Gaps

We can easily address minor gaps in your teeth by filling the space with composite resin, achieving a symmetrical, balanced smile.

Receding Gums

If you have receding gums, bonding resin can alleviate tooth sensitivity by protecting any exposed tooth roots.

The Many Benefits of Dental Bonding 

A Simple but Versatile Cosmetic Solution

Veneers and dental bonding are both popular cosmetic dentistry procedures that achieve similar results. While bonding doesn’t last as long as veneers, it has many benefits that make it the preferred choice among patients:

Are you interested in veneers but not ready to commit? Dental bonding is a great way to preview your cosmetic results before deciding on which treatment is right for you.

What to Expect during Treatment

A Guide Through the Process


Dr.Streeter will examine your teeth, learn about your cosmetic goals, and determine if dental bonding is right for you. He walks patients through each step of fthe process so they fullyunderstand the scope of the treatment at our office.

Color Matching

To begin the process, our dentist uses a color guide to accurately match the dental bonding material with the rest of your teeth.

Laser Etching

We use our Solea dental laser to lightly etch the surface of the tooth in preparation for bonding. The dental laser ensures the composite resin will strongly adhere to the tooth for the most reliable outcome.

Resin Application

No anesthesia is needed during the dental bonding procedure. Our dentist applies resin to the tooth, then carefully shapes and molds it to achieve the desired outcome. He uses layers of resin to mimic the translucency of real teeth.


During a process known as curing, a special light is used to harden the composite resin and bond it to the tooth.

Final Adjustments

Once the material has bonded, Dr. Streeter makes any final adjustments by carefully trimming or shaving the area. To complete the process, he polishes the tooth for a brilliant finish.

Results in Just One Visit

Chips often occur in the front of the mouth. Bonding is an ideal solution for small repairs.

Is Dental Bonding Right for Me?

Because dental bonding is such a straightforward procedure, most patients who are interested in it are candidates. If the tooth is too damaged, Dr. Streeter may recommend an alternative procedure such as dental crowns. For certain cosmetic goals, we might determine veneers are the best for your needs. We can create both dental crowns and veneers in just one visit, thanks to our advanced technology and on-site milling capabilities at our Colorado Springs office.

How to Maintain Your Dental Bonding Results

Minimize Stain-Causing Foods & Drinks

Patients should avoid biting directly into hard foods, such as whole apples, to avoid the risk of damaging the composite resin. Drinks that can cause staining should also be enjoyed in moderation.

Protect against Teeth Grinding

Teeth grinding puts stress on your teeth and can wear down the effects of bonding. We may recommend a mouth guard if you suffer from bruxism.

Avoid Harmful Habits

Certain habits such as chewing on your nails, ice, or other objects can potentially damage your teeth and should be avoided.

Attend Regular Dental Checkups

It is important to stay on top of your dental visits and practice good oral hygiene habits to maintain your results.