COMPOSITE BONDING

Home / Services

Composite bonding procedure

The procedure of composite bonding starts with us taking quality photographs of your teeth. The dentist will work together with you to plan out what should be done for attaining the desired results so that you can improve the the tooth good function and aesthetics. We will work together to select the exact shade match that can actually blend different shades together to attain a natural match for your teeth with composite bonding to get the effect you really want.

composite bonding

What is Composite Bonding?

Composite bonding can be used for the following reasons:

  • Increase the length of your short teeth
  • Repair your chipped or cracked teeth
  • Improve overall appearance of discoloured teeth
  • Close spaces in between the teeth
  • Protect the surface of the tooth root when it is exposed due to receding gums

Talk to our dentist to find out how composite bonding can be beneficial for your smile.

composite bonding


Important questions on composite bonding

Who can consider composite bonding?
  • People of all age-group can benefit from this cosmetic treatment. This allows children, adolescents, adults and senior citizens to improve their appearance and smile.

  • Who is the right candidate for composite bonding?
  • If you have broken, cracked, crooked, discoloured, misshapen, stained and uneven teeth, then you are a suitable candidate for the treatment. Also, if you have gaps between the teeth or if your bridges are broken or worn, then you may go for composite bonding.

  • Does composite bonding look natural?
  • Composite bonding is a natural type of cosmetic dental restoration until it is done by a dental surgeon who specialises in cosmetic dentistry and possesses practical skills needed for tooth sculpting and complex veneering.

  • Does a bonded tooth require additional care?
  • Try to avoid biting hard objects such as hard candy and ice cubes. Also, nail biting should be avoided for the time-being.

  • Is composite bonding painful?
  • No, composite bonding is not painful. It is usually carried out without anaesthesia since little tooth removal is needed.

  • How long will composite bonding last?
  • Composite bonding depends on several factors such as the dentist you have chosen, the materials used and the patient’s care of the restored teeth. The present top quality bonding materials usually last from ten to fifteen years, and in some cases even more.
  • Testimonials

    WHAT PEOPLE SAY ABOUT US

    design component pink 1
    Best dental experience. Wonderful staff. Very well attended. Was petrified to go in and they were amazing all around to help me. Recommend whole heartedly.
    Christian Rice