Composite Bonding

Composite Bonding

Composite bonding can be used for cosmetic reasons; to close gaps, reshape teeth to make them appear more even or larger, disguise discolouration, or to build up tooth structure that has been lost. such as chips and wear cavities.

The procedure involves bonding a tooth coloured composite resin material on to your existing teeth.

Composite bonding can be used for cosmetic reasons; to close gaps, reshape teeth to make them appear more even or larger, disguise discolouration, or to build up tooth structure that has been lost such as chips and wear cavities.

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The procedure involves bonding a tooth coloured composite resin material on to your existing teeth.

It is a gentle and conservative procedure which involves no drilling or removal of tooth structure. Local anaesthetic is rarely required!

Unlike porcelain veneer preparations, composite bonding is usually undertaken in one visit and you are able to eat and drink straight away after your appointment.

You can expect to enjoy the benefits of composite bonding for up to 10 years, but many cases last even longer than this.

 

Please see our before and after photos of composite bonding carried out at Evesham Place Dental

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