Composite bonding is the state-of-the-art treatment for fixing chipped or discoloured teeth. As a result, it is quickly becoming one of our most sought-after cosmetic dentistry services at The Dental Lounges. It’s a great “wow” moment for our patients, especially when paired with teeth whitening.
In composite bonding, a thin layer of putty-like resin is bonded to the surface of your teeth and then sculpted and shaped to your specifications.
Composite Bonding can be explored for the treatment of the following dental problems:
Cosmetic flaws like chips, gaps, cracks, or discolouration can distract from your smile and diminish your confidence. Bonding is a straightforward and efficient procedure that can restore harmony and consistency to your smile. Talk to our dentist as soon as possible to determine whether or not it is the best option for you.
The composite bonding procedure does not need any needles or anaesthetics and is often finished in a single appointment at The Dental Lounges. The composite material that is used for composite bonding is crafted to precisely match the colour of the teeth that surround the area being treated, resulting in stunningly attractive results that are completely natural looking.
The composite resin substance used for composite bonding is meticulously constructed to replicate the delicate light-reflecting qualities of natural tooth enamel.
While composite bonding needs some enamel removal, this is far less than what is required for veneers.
When compared to veneers, composite bonding is the more budget-friendly option. Although veneers last longer, they may add up in price if more than one tooth has to be covered.
Composite bonding may take as little as an hour and often does not need a follow-up visit. In contrast, veneers and crowns will need at least two sessions to finish at our dental practices in Wimbledon & Earlsfield.
Because this is one of the most popular dental treatments that we provide, we will assist you in enhancing the overall look of your teeth as well as your levels of self-assurance. If you are interested in obtaining a consultation, please do not hesitate to get in touch with our dentists at The Dental Lounges. They will be able to restore your beautiful smile by providing the treatment while you are in the very best of hands.
Composite bonding involves applying a resin to one or more teeth to change their colour, shape, or size to make the smile seem more balanced. As a result, if you have one or more teeth that are strangely or irregularly shaped and sized, composite resin will be used to modify them so that they blend in better.FIND OUT MORE
Composite bonding can close gaps and even out minor size disparities, saving you time and effort over traditional orthodontic treatment. The adaptability of composite bonding to the circumstances in your mouth means that your treatment will always be tailored to your specific needs.FIND OUT MORE
Your dentist will pick a composite resin material that matches the colour of your natural teeth using a shade guide.
The tooth's surface is roughened, and a conditioning liquid is then administered. These stages ensure that the bonding substance adheres to the tooth.
The putty-like consistency of the resin substance is applied, shaped, and smoothed into the desired form.
The composite resin is then solidified using a special curing laser, which "bonds" it to the tooth's surface.
Your dentist will next perform any required final adjustments and polish your teeth to a natural shine.
Be it children, teens, adults, or the elderly, all age groups can benefit from Composite bonding.
You are a potential candidate for the procedure if you have broken, cracked, crooked, discoloured, malformed, stained, or uneven teeth. Also, if you have spaces between your teeth or if your bridges are fractured or worn, composite bonding in Wimbledon & Earlsfield is an option.
It is completely painless, there is no need for anaesthesia, and there is no damage to the natural structure of the tooth since there is no need for drilling during the procedure.
Composite bonding is dependent on many variables, including the dentist, the materials used, and the patient's maintenance of the repaired teeth. Current high-quality adhesives often last between 10-15 years, and in some instances much longer.
It is best to refrain from biting anything too hard, such as ice cubes or hard candies. Additionally, refraining from chewing one's nails should be done for the time being.