Composite Bonding

What is Composite Bonding?

If you need minor ‘tweakments’ to your smile or would like a new smile, composite bonding can give you all of this in one visit.

Compound bonding allows you to walk away with the smile you are looking for after a single treatment session. Let’s explain what composite bonding is:

Composite – the natural tooth coloured resin that is used on your teeth

Bonding – the process by which the composites is fixed to the teeth.

We can improve the appearance of teeth in a variety of way. It can be carried out with Invisalign, orthodontics, whitening, veneers and / or composite bonding. Sometimes it involves a variety of these methods.

Whatever you choose, we will do our best to ensure it is in your best interests and give you a smile you are looking for that suits your individual needs.

Trial Smile
Before committing to having any treatment carried out, we can give you a ‘trial smile’! This allows us to layer and shape your teeth with composite to give you a sense of what can be achieved. We have a wide range of colours, shades and composites to ensure it looks natural and in keeping with what you have in mind.

The main benefits are:

  1. Walk away with your smile in one visit!
  2. Usually no roughening or preparing of your natural teeth.
  3. A more affordable option compared to porcelain veneers.

Compound bonding
Composite bonding can be used on the tips of teeth where they are chipped, to close spaces, or even the cover the entire front surface of your teeth. Typically 4-6 composite veneers are done to the front teeth to give you a same day smile makeover.

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 Symptom Checker

Teeth can periodically chip and also crack over time. Tooth coloured composite filling material can be attached (bonded) to the cracked or fractured locations to restore the aesthetic look of them.

Sometimes teeth can emerge as well as are asymmetrical in shape and size. Orthodontics can fix the setting of teeth, however can not transform their shape. Frequently at the end of orthodontic treatment composite bonding is called for to fix these shape troubles.

When teeth have actually emerged, leaving spaces, it caused troubles with cleaning and cosmetically is not pleasing. composite bonding can fix these spacing concerns by symmetrically as well as proportionally enhancing the size of the teeth to close the rooms.

Frequently Asked Questions

Composite bonding can be used to repair chips and cracks in your teeth or to re surface the entire front and backs of your teeth.

Over time the composite can stain and require polishing. We would recommend 6 monthly visits to the hygienist to ensure they are kept looking bright and natural.

If you grind your teeth, composite can chip. However it is fairly easy to repair, should this occur.

Both procedures can work brilliantly to give you the smile you are looking for. Speak to your dentist about what would suit your individual needs.

We would carry out a trial smile to give you a sense of what your smile might look like. If you are happy with can generate a treatment plan and proceed to giving you the smile you want in a day!

It involves keeping your teeth dry and carefully adding layers of composite resin to make your smile look bright, white and natural.

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