Composite Bonding

Do you have any little cosmetic chips on the margins of your teeth, or do your teeth appear a little uneven? If so, composite bonding at our dental office is a terrific solution to revive its appearance. The material used is perfect for regions of discoloration because it may brighten your smile in addition to filling up little chips and gaps.
Because this procedure assists to increase the teeth gently and naturally, without producing an artificial-looking result, our patients like the outcomes. It won't damage the teeth's strength, structure, or functionality, and it may be less expensive than other treatments.

The Composite Bonding Process

1. Consultation on Composite Bonding

A thorough consultation is the first step in any treatment process with us since it enables us to evaluate your smile, offers us the chance to review your dental history, and assures that you can discuss your treatment in advance - with no obligations whatsoever.

2. Treatment

With composite bonding, a putty-like, tooth-colored resin is applied to your smile and then solidified with a UV light. The technique is quick and painless, and the benefits are long-lasting. Although some little tooth surface preparation is necessary, the procedure is not regarded as invasive.
This procedure can also be used in conjunction with teeth whitening to brighten the smile; normally, the whitening process is completed first, and then the resin is matched to the new shade.

3. Maintenance

Because our dentists at our practise are dedicated to providing dental perfection, in our eyes, the treatment doesn't finish when we put our instruments down. When receiving this treatment, it's important to practise proper cleanliness, go to regular checkups, stay away from foods and beverages that could cause stains, as well as from behaviours that might harm the resin (such as chewing on pen caps).

We are professionals at keeping patients comfortable, and when required, we can even use methods like oral sedation. No discomfort is anticipated.

For benefits, composite bonding is a rapid, simple procedure that is frequently completed in only one visit. Most people can't tell you've had the operation, so it's very successful. Additionally, it requires less teeth preparation (filing) than alternative procedures, protecting your smile from damage.

Composite bonding isn't appropriate for all smiles, either. The composite bonding operation may probably need to be repeated in the future if the tooth has enough damage to warrant a more substantial solution, such as a crown (though with proper care, the results should endure for several years). Finally, composite bonding cannot lighten teeth by teeth whitening, which is why whitening is frequently advised prior to the procedure.

Although composite bonding is regarded as a low-risk procedure at our dental office, it is important to keep in mind that your natural teeth are considerably more durable than the substance utilised.

Although composite bonding is durable, it will probably need to be touched up in the future. Regular dental checkups can assist determine when additional treatment is necessary.

While teeth whitening may improve a discoloured smile, crowns and veneers are alternatives for teeth that have been chipped or otherwise damaged.


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