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What is Composite Bonding?

Composite bonding is a technique which involves bonding a colour-matched resin material to the surface of a tooth, or several teeth, to enhance the shape and appearance. Composite bonding can also help rebuild areas of damage.

What does composite resin bonding involve?

Bonding with a composite resin is a similar procedure to having a white filling. The tooth enamel is gently cleaned before a bonding agent is applied. We then layer the composite resin material incrementally over a stained, crooked, short, chipped, decayed or broken tooth. The material is then set and polished to perfection. Once complete, it will look just like natural tooth enamel.

Why choose composite bonding?

  • ● Results can be made to look completely natural
    ● Predictable aesthetic and functional results
    ● No drilling needed
    ● No injections required
    ● Can be completed in a single appointment
    ● Reversible in most cases
    ● Failure is rare and very easy to fix. Can be done directly in the chair without laboratory involvement
    ● Suitable for patients of all ages

How to look after my composite bonding, post-treatment?

You would look after your composite resin bonding just as you would your own natural teeth: by brushing with a non-abrasive toothpaste and flossing twice daily. Just like your enamel, the bonding can become stained. You can keep your composite bonding looking fresh and white by limiting your consumption of food and drinks with a strong colour, such as black coffee and red wine.

What is Composite Bonding?

Composite bonding is a technique which involves bonding a colour-matched resin material to the surface of a tooth, or several teeth, to enhance the shape and appearance. Composite bonding can also help rebuild areas of damage.

What does composite resin bonding involve?

Bonding with a composite resin is a similar procedure to having a white filling. The tooth enamel is gently cleaned before a bonding agent is applied. We then layer the composite resin material incrementally over a stained, crooked, short, chipped, decayed or broken tooth. The material is then set and polished to perfection. Once complete, it will look just like natural tooth enamel.

Why choose composite bonding?

  • ● Results can be made to look completely natural
    ● Predictable aesthetic and functional results
    ● No drilling needed
    ● No injections required
    ● Can be completed in a single appointment
    ● Reversible in most cases
    ● Failure is rare and very easy to fix. Can be done directly in the chair without laboratory involvement
    ● Suitable for patients of all ages

How to look after my composite bonding, post-treatment?

You would look after your composite resin bonding just as you would your own natural teeth: by brushing with a non-abrasive toothpaste and flossing twice daily. Just like your enamel, the bonding can become stained. You can keep your composite bonding looking fresh and white by limiting your consumption of food and drinks with a strong colour, such as black coffee and red wine.

How we extend the effects of your composite bonding

We recommend seeing the dentist and the hygienist every six months to get the most out of your new look.

The hygienist can clean your teeth, and use a technique called Airflow to remove stains from around the bonding. A cosmetic dentist can condition the composite bonding, and polish your teeth to maintain their appearance. Both procedures are recommended at six-monthly intervals.

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