Composite
Bonding
Composite Bonding
Dental veneers are thin and delicate pieces of ceramic that – when in place – cover the front surface of the teeth. They were mainly invented for cosmetic purposes as they give the dentist a great flexibility on how to change the overall experience of a patient’s smile.


What is
composite bonding exactly?
Composite bonding is a pain-free dental procedure to correct chipped, cracked, uneven, or discoloured teeth. Unlike veneers or fillings, it is a non-invasive treatment, meaning that no anaesthetics or drilling is required. The structure of the teeth is not compromised, as there is no tooth material taken away, but only the resin material is added to it, to build it up to the required shape or colour.
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    How is the
    treatment carried out?
    First of all, the good news is that you need to see your dentist only once for this treatment. This saves you time and money, not to mention the joy of a pain-free appointment, without any injections. Sounds delightful, right?

    After having chosen the perfect shade of colour, your dentist will polish your teeth to make the surface rough. Afterward, a so-called resin material will be added to the edges or tips of your teeth, and with the help of ultraviolet light, it is bonded to the surface. Finally, the resin is polished to meet the required shape, and after just one appointment, you leave with a beautiful, new smile.
    Who is it
    recommended for?
    Basically, anyone can have composite bonding, who is seeking a quick, safe, and cost-effective way of a smile-makeover. Ideally, it is most effective when your teeth are generally healthy but have some aesthetic imperfections.


    This treatment might be ideal for you if your teeth are:
    • chipped or cracked
    • gapped
    • uneven in size
    • discolored
    Please note though, that there are some contraindications, such as heavy smoking, or habits like teeth-grinding or nail-biting, which can compromise the durability of the result.
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    Should you be uncertain whether this is the right treatment for you, do not worry, we will find the best alternative to meet your needs!


    Let’s summarize the advantages again to help you decide!

    Advantages:
    • one visit appointment
    • immediate result
    • pain-free
    • non-invasive
    • no injection
    • cost-effective
    Sounds like something you were looking for? Contact us today to book your consultation, where your dentist will be happy to assist you with a personalized treatment plan!
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