Composite Bonding

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Bonding is a cosmetic dental procedure whereby tooth-coloured composite resin is applied to the teeth to improve your teeth’s appearance as desired.

Composite bonding is a cosmetic dentistry procedure that can also be used for general dentistry purposes. It is one of the simplest procedures that can produce transformative results.


What are the advantages?

Bonding is a fast and effective way of giving you the smile you desire in a single visit. In most cases, there is no need to remove any part of your natural tooth structure and does not require the use of injections or moulds being taken.

Cosmetic bonding is useful for closing gaps between teeth, altering contours, and covering or masking stained teeth caused by fluorosis or congenital defects.


What is the Difference Between Composite Bonding and Porcelain Veneers?

Unlike Veneers made at a dental laboratory, cosmetic bonding is accomplished by directly applying a composite resin material to your natural teeth.

What is the treatment process?

The treatment itself is straightforward and comfortable. After an initial consultation with your dentist, you will have discussed your smile goals and selected your desired tooth shade.

The natural tooth surface is prepared and roughened with a mild chemical agent, followed by a bonding agent. Your dentist will then apply the composite and deftly sculpt the material to an aesthetically pleasing shape, set with blue light, and polished to a brilliant finish. You’re then ready to walk out the door with a brand new beautiful smile.


Situations where composite bonding is suitable:


Before & Afters


Simple to Maintain

Composite bonding is easy to care for. You may want to avoid drinks and foods that can stain the teeth, such as coffee, red wine, and berries. These foods can cause discolouration of the resin material. You should keep on top of your oral hygiene routine as normal, brushing; flossing; and using mouthwash.

It’s also good to avoid habits like biting your nails or chewing hard objects. The composite bonding material is slightly weaker than our teeth are, so this can be more likely to cause minor chips or breakages that will need to be repaired.


Cosmetic Bonding FAQs

No, not at all. None of your natural tooth is removed to make way for the composite, and the bonding procedure is pain-free and completely comfortable.

Yes. If you decide you no longer want the composite material on your teeth, we can remove it safely and leave your teeth as they were before. As no tooth is removed to accommodate the composite, it doesn’t affect your natural tooth.

The great majority of all cases are completed pain-free and without the need for local anaesthetic.

In most cases composite is applied with no obvious drilling to the natural tooth. For cases that require tooth adjustment, you will be advised beforehand in the consultation appointment.

As with most cosmetic dental procedures they will eventually need replacing. Typically we see good results of up to 5 years for composite veneers and 7 years for edge bonding, dependent upon care.


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