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Walnut Creek Dentist Bonding

Dental bonding  can dramatically improve your smile by closing gaps, as well as repairing cracks or chips resulting from accidents.

These tooth colored composites are well suited for protecting exposed tooth roots caused by gum recession.  Tooth roots are covered by dentin that is more susceptible to decay.  Bonding helps prevent decay in this area as well as eliminate sensitivity to hot and cold resulting from tooth exposure.

Since composite materials can match the color of your own teeth, bonding is preferred for filling cavities in the front teeth or wherever else they may be visible.

Bonding does not last as long as porcelain veneers, but it also is not as costly.

About drzarekari

Dr. Mehri Zarekari recieved her undergraduate degree at California State University, Hayward before following her professional career at School of Dental Medicine at University of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Dr. Zarekari combines an exceptional education, extensive clinical experience, and long-standing personal dedication to improving people's dental health, allowing her to bring outstanding functional health and beauty to her patient's smiles. She has been recognized as an Invisalign® Premier Provider since 2008, placing her among approximately the top five percent of Invisalign® practitioners in North America. She has demonstrated an exceptional level of Invisalign® experience and keep current on the latest techniques. If you need restorative dentistry, cosmetic dentistry, invisalign®, or full-mouth reconstruction, Dr. Mehri Zarekari provides a wide range of dental treatments using advanced technology and a gentle touch to give you the dazzling smile you’ve always dreamed of. We look forward to hearing from you! To find out more about our dentists and the dentistry services we provide, please call 925.939.9177.


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