Bonding can close small gaps or spaces between teeth.
We understand that chipped, uneven, or misshapen teeth can affect your confidence when you smile.
Composite bonding is the quickest, natural-looking way to improve the shape, colour and size of the teeth which requires no tooth removal, no injections and can be completed in just one day.
Composite bonding is a minimally invasive treatment that usually requires little to no removal of natural tooth structure. This means that more of your natural tooth is preserved compared to procedures like veneers or crowns.
The composite resin used in bonding can be precisely matched to the colour of your natural teeth, resulting in a seamless and natural look, that’s almost unnoticeable from your natural teeth.
Bonding is typically a relatively quick procedure that can often be completed in a single dental appointment, making it a convenient option.
Compared to some other cosmetic dental procedures, such as veneers or crowns, composite bonding tends to be more cost-effective. It can achieve significant improvements in your smile without breaking the bank.
The process of applying composite bonding is usually painless and rarely requires anaesthesia. There is no need for drilling or significant tooth reduction.
The first step is inviting you in for a consultation, where the clinician will go through your main concerns and treatment goals.
Next we recommend whitening your teeth, so that the composite bonding can be matched to your new white teeth.
Finally, the bonding is completed in one appointment, and we celebrate your new smile together!
“Highly recommend! I have just finished my Invisalign treatment and also had some cosmetic dental bonding. I’m very happy with the results. My teeth look amazing, thank you.”
How long does composite bonding last?
Composite bonding typically lasts between 5 to 10 years or longer with proper care. It may require periodic touch-ups or replacement over time.
Is composite bonding a painful procedure?
No, composite bonding is usually not painful. In most cases, it does not require anaesthesia, and the process is minimally invasive.
Can I eat and drink normally after composite bonding?
Yes, you can eat and drink normally after composite bonding. However, it’s advisable to avoid excessive consumption of staining substances like coffee, tea, and red wine to maintain the appearance of the bonded teeth.
How is composite bonding different from veneers?
Composite bonding involves applying a tooth-coloured resin directly to the tooth and shaping it, whereas veneers are thin porcelain or composite shells that are custom-made and bonded to the tooth’s front surface. Bonding is less invasive but may not last as long as veneers.