Creating beautiful smiles through Composite bonding
Dental bonding is becoming increasingly popular among people every year, with millions looking for a quick and non-invasive way to obtain their ideal smile.
If you’re looking to perfect your natural smile, composite bonding may be the ideal cost-effective solution for you.
Teeth bonding (also known as dental bonding) is a really simple treatment that can totally transform your smile. Using a tooth-coloured composite, we can improve the shape and appearance of your teeth, skilfully covering chipped, discoloured and worn teeth, or filling gaps and cavities.
Designing Your Smile, Shape and shade
The first step is to plan which teeth we want to re-shape and then use a special shade guide to select the level of whiteness we want to use to match up your teeth into the dream smile.
The Composite Bonding Treatment
Composite bonding is a non-invasive, painless procedure that leaves no damage or changes to your natural teeth. It’s a non-permanent therapy that’s totally reversible and is used to correct minor flaws while also enhancing the overall look of your smile.
Your dentist will clean and prepare the outside surface of your tooth before applying the composite material. An acidic gel is used to ensure that the composite adheres properly to your natural teeth.
Before treatment begins, you and your dentist will choose the right shade for your composite to complement your current teeth. You may want to whiten your natural teeth before your bonding appointment to make sure you get a brighter and whiter smile. If that’s the case, we can discuss that with you.
The composite is then applied to the tooth, and the dentist will shape and sculpt it to achieve the desired appearance. It’s then hardened with a blue light to keep it in place permanently. The composite is polished and perfected, bringing your new grin to an end!
The benefits of Composite Bonding
FAST – Have your gap closed or your chipped tooth fixed in one sitting.
INEXPENSIVE – Amazing results at the fraction of the cost of complex treatments.
EASY – No complicated treatment plans, no waiting times, and no multiple appointments.
FINEST MATERIALS – We only use the best materials available in the market designed for high-end cosmetic dentistry.
What is composite bonding perfect for?
- Closing gaps between teeth;
- Correcting tooth shape;
- Correction of tooth size;
- Cracked, chipped or broken tooth correction;
- Complete smile makeovers;
- Tooth colour improvement;
- Protection of tooth roots;
- Restoration of decaying teeth;
- Restoration of worn-down teeth;
- Correcting slight tooth misalignment
What after care is necessary?
It’s unlikely that you’ll need to come in for a specific review of the bonding therapy after treatment. We do, however, recommend frequent check-ups and hygiene appointments.
We do this to ensure that everything is in order and that your cosmetic bonding treatment may be properly monitored. It’s critical to maintain good oral hygiene at home on a daily basis and see the hygienist on a regular basis for thorough debridement due to the adhesive nature of the bonding operation.
Your dentist may have to polish the aesthetic bonding from time to time if stain builds up at the junction of the bonding and tooth.
We recommend that all patients look after their teeth as they would normally do in terms of post-treatment care. Make sure you brush your teeth at least twice a day, and use floss or interdental brushes between your teeth on a daily basis.
It’s also important to avoid eating and drinking items that can stain your teeth, such as tea, coffee, and red wine. Patients who have undergone cosmetic bonding are more likely to get stained teeth over time. Even by reducing your intake of coffee, tea, and fizzy beverages by 50%, you may notice a significant difference in the colour of your teeth.
How long does composite bonding last?
Composite bonding, like all goods in dentistry, does not endure indefinitely. We can anticipate approximately 8 – 10 years of service from your composite bonding, however this is highly determined by how well you take care of the composites.
The teeth with composite cover are more vulnerable to staining, chipping, wearing, and breaking off. You should avoid biting into anything hard while the composite covers your teeth, and you should also avoid smoking, as well as staining foods and drinks (such as tea, coffee, red wine, and curry).