How does composite bonding work?
Often likened to composite veneers, composite bonding works in a very similar way – by layering a special resin onto the surface of each tooth receiving treatment.
This resin is built up and then allowed to harden under a special light before being gently sculpted into shape and polished.
The exact colour of the resin will be matched to the rest of your teeth to ensure a natural-looking smile.
Why choose composite bonding?
Composite bonding is generally used to target a small area of the tooth, whereas a composite veneer will cover the entire surface.
Benefits of composite bonding include:
- It’s a non-invasive and pain-free treatment
- It’s a reversible procedure
- It can be used to fix, cover, and reshape teeth meaning numerous dental problems can be easily remedied
- Resin will be colour-matched with your existing tooth to ensure a natural, balanced and beautiful smile