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About the Procedure

Tooth bonding is a process that uses a composite material made from mineral particles bonded with a synthetic resin. It can be blended to match the shade of the patient's teeth, allowing a restoration to appear nearly invisible. This technique can be used for fillings or to fill in chips or gaps in teeth. It is also used to secure crowns and veneers.

About the Division of Dentistry

The Massachusetts General Hospital Division of Dentistry is a hospital-based group practice containing multiple dental specialists under one roof. Like traditional dental practices, we are open to the public and provide all aspects of preventive, therapeutic and restorative dental care.