Composite bonding is a popular cosmetic dental procedure intended to improve the form, colour, and general appearance of a patient’s teeth. It utilises the same resin material as white fillings and is typically applied to the front teeth, or those that are visible when you smile.
Composite bonding can be used to conceal minor flaws in the front teeth, close small gaps, and conceal minor tooth rotations without causing any damage to your teeth, as a result of significant advancements in bonded dental materials over the past decade.
Composite bonding is a painless procedure that, in most circumstances, takes only one office visit. Your dentist will be able to select a shade of resin that closely matches the colour of your teeth, resulting in a completely natural appearance.
Here is how the treatments works:
Your dentist chooses a resin hue that corresponds to the natural colour of your teeth.
The resin is gently put to your teeth without requiring any preparation or harm.
Your dentist then meticulously moulds and polishes the resin to conceal any defects, resulting in a completely natural appearance.
After the resin has been moulded, it is rapidly solidified with the aid of a special light.
Although composite bonding does not last as long as veneers, many patients find it to be a cost-effective alternative. It can also be repeated without causing any damage to the teeth.