What is Composite Bonding
Composite Bonding, or Dental Bonding is used to refine and alter the shape of your own natural teeth, without the need for drilling. Composite Bonding is a cosmetic procedure that uses a tooth-coloured resin which is applied to the tooth to repair chipped teeth or improve the shape of a tooth and also restore its original appearance. The resin during the treatment is bonded, polished and shaped to match your own teeth , so you get your own unique perfect smile.
Problems that Composite Bonding can address:
- Reshape the tooth
- Slightly shorter teeth
- Slightly misaligned teeth
- Chipped or slightly damaged teeth
- Gaps in your smile
- Discoloured teeth
Composite Bonding can be added into a Smile Makeover Treatment plan or along with Invisalign and teeth whitening.
Dentist Explains: Are Composite Veneers The Same As Teeth Bonding
This is the common question we always get from the patients. The material used for composite veneers and bonding is the same which is the composite resin which directly bonds with the tooth surface. The only difference about it is the application procedure.
A dental bonding treatments cover a part of your affected tooth whilst composite veneer covers the entire surface of your tooth making it look like a new tooth.
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The Dental Bonding Process Explained
The Cosmetic Bonding
The best thing about composite bonding dental treatment is that you can have it done all on one day after your examination!!
First of all you will decide if you are happy with the shade of your teeth. If you wish to whiten them , you will be given a Boutique Whitening kit with custom trays to whiten your teeth for 2-4 weeks at home.
Dental Bonding Aftercare
We advise you to take extra care when eating during this time until you are used to your new smile. You can brush and floss as normal after the procedure.
Consultations for Composite Bonding are FREE.
0% Interest Free Finance for 6,10, & 12 Months is available for composite bonding treatment. Contact our reception team for finance applications and more information.
Composite Bonding Treatment Before and After
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