Composite Bonding

Composite bonding, also known as dental bonding, is a cosmetic dentistry procedure where a tooth-coloured resin material is applied and bonded to the teeth using adhesives and a high-intensity curing light. This technique is often used to improve the appearance of teeth by repairing chips, cracks, discolourations, or gaps.

It’s a relatively quick and cost-effective way to enhance the aesthetics of a smile without invasive procedures. However, composite bonding may not be as durable as alternatives like veneers and may require periodic maintenance or replacement.

Composite bonding is chosen for various reasons:

1. Cosmetic Enhancement: It’s an effective solution for improving the appearance of teeth, addressing issues like chips, gaps, and discolorations.

2. Minimally Invasive: Compared to other cosmetic dental procedures, composite bonding is less invasive, often requiring minimal tooth reduction.

3. Affordability: It is generally more cost-effective than alternatives like veneers or crowns, making it a budget-friendly option for cosmetic improvements.

4. Quick Procedure: The process is usually completed in one dental visit, providing immediate results and minimal disruption to the patient’s schedule.

5. Versatility: Composite resin can be precisely color-matched to the natural teeth, ensuring a seamless and natural-looking result.

It’s essential to consult with us to determine if composite bonding is the most suitable option based on individual dental needs and preferences.