Composite Bonding

One of the various cosmetic dental procedures provided by Smile Hub Dental Clinic is composite bonding. It is a very efficient and cost-effective method for repairing minor flaws including cracked, discoloured, and chipped teeth. Dental bonding, which is non-invasive and realistic-looking, is a simple approach to achieve the smile you've always desired.

You can schedule a free consultation with one of our associate dentists to determine whether dental bonding would be advantageous for you.

Composite Bonding Treatment

One of the numerous aesthetic dental procedures provided by Smile Hub Dental Clinic is bonding. It is a very efficient and cost-effective method for repairing minor flaws including cracked, discoloured, and chipped teeth. Composite bonding, which is non-invasive and realistic-looking, is a simple method to achieve the smile you've always wanted.

What does dental composite bonding entail?

A composite resin is applied to the tooth during bonding. This surgery is suggested by Smile Hub Dental Clinic for a variety of cosmetic concerns, such as stains, cracking, and discoloration. Additionally, it can be utilised to straighten up gaps or misaligned teeth.

Bonding is a quicker, less invasive, and less expensive cosmetic procedure than veneers, which can address some of the same cosmetic concerns. Because veneers are manufactured specifically for your teeth, the procedure takes longer and costs more. In contrast, bonding involves only applying resin to the tooth; this procedure is sometimes completed in just one visit.

Our skilled group of cosmetic dentists can give you advice on the best course of action.

What is the procedure for bonding composite teeth?

In composite bonding, the tooth is given a fresh coating of enamel. For the majority of patients, there is no need for anaesthetic during this quick and painless treatment.

We start by precisely matching the resin's tint to that of your teeth. The tooth must then be ready by being roughened up and having a liquid solution applied.

The resin putty is then applied. That can entail filling in fissures or bolstering one side of the tooth to increase symmetry or fix a gap, depending on your specific needs.

We next polish and sand the resin to produce a tooth that looks natural. After that, a laser or ultraviolet radiation is used to harden it.

It won't take more than an hour to remove one tooth. You might need to schedule several appointments if you have several teeth.

Aftercare for composite bonding therapy

We advise avoiding beverages like tea, coffee, and red wine for 48 hours after treatment because they can discolour the resin. To stop any discoloration from forming, we also advise that you brush your teeth twice a day and visit the dental hygienist for routine cleanings.

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