Why choose Dr. Michael Danial?
HIGHLY SKILLED & COMPASSIONATE
DEVOTED TO THE NEEDS OF EACH PATIENT
  • 19+ Years Clinical Experience
  • EXTENSIVE ADVANCE POST-GRADUATE TRAINING and EXCELS IN THE FIELDS OF:
    • Surgical Implant Placement
      • 6000+ Implants Placed
      • Noble Biocare Implant Course
    • Full Mouth Reconstruction
    • Invisalign® ELITE Provider
      • 700+ Invisalign® Cases Completed
    • General & Cosmetic Dentistry
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Maria G.

I believe the Doctors name is Mike. He's done two root canals on me and I've never felt any pain. He has done other work and I don't ever remember a bad experience. He makes sure nothing hurts, you're comfortable, and calm. The establishment is super clean and organized. Recommend 100%

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Why Bonding?

Tooth bonding is used for a variety of purposes:
  • Correcting a tooth gap.
  • Covering discolorations.
  • Repairing chipped/cracked teeth.
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Tooth bonding is dependent on the artistic ability of the dentist, since the work is done “freehand,” without taking impressions or using a laboratory. The tooth must be color matched, sculpted, and polished to produce a beautiful and natural looking result.

The Bonding Procedure

Bonding takes approximately 30-60 minutes in a single visit to our office.
  • First, we select a shade of composite resin that is as close as possible to the shade of your teeth.
  • A liquid is then applied that helps the bonding material adhere to the teeth.
  • The composite resin is applied to the teeth, smoothed into the desired shape and hardened with a high intensity light.
  • After the resin has hardened, a few final touches are made, and the teeth being treated are polished until they resemble the other teeth.
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