Cosmetic Bonding

Cosmetic Bonding

Dental bonding is a procedure in which a tooth-colored resin material is applied and hardened with a special light, which ultimately “bonds” the material to the tooth in order to restore or improve your smile.

Cosmetic dental bonding is an option that can be considered to mask tooth stains, to repair decayed, chipped or cracked teeth, to close spaces between teeth, to make teeth look longer or change their shape, and to protect a portion of a tooth’s root that has been exposed by receding gums.

Composite bonding is an increasingly popular cosmetic dental treatment that is used to improve the shape, colour and overall appearance of patients' teeth. It uses the same resin material used for white fillings, and is most frequently used on the front teeth – those that show when you smile.

There have been huge advances in the materials used in bonding dentistry in recent years, meaning composite bonding can be used for disguising minor imperfections in the front teeth, closing small gaps and hiding minor tooth rotations, with no damage to your teeth.

Composite bonding is a pain-free experience that requires, in most cases, just one visit to the practice. Your dentist will be able to choose a shade of resin that closely matches the colour of your teeth, meaning that the results will look entirely natural.

Life Benefits

  • A natural, healthy smile that you are proud to show off.
     

  • No preparation of your teeth is required, meaning they remain strong.
     

  • Treatment can usually be completed in one short visit to the practice.

This is how the treatment works:

  1. Your dentist picks a shade of resin that matches the natural colour of your teeth.

  2. The resin is carefully applied to your teeth, with no need for any work or damage to them.

  3. Your dentist then carefully shapes and smooths the resin to hide any imperfections, for a result that looks entirely natural.

  4. Once the resin has been shaped, it is hardened very quickly with the help of a special light.

Although composite bonding treatment does not last as long as veneers, many patients find the treatment is highly cost-effective. It can also be repeated with no damage at all to your teeth.

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