Sculpting Perfect Smiles
Are you worried achieving the perfect smile means lots of costly procedures? Think again. What if we told you there’s one simple treatment to fix cracked, mishappen, gappy, and stained teeth?
Composite bonding involves just a minor procedure, but it can have a huge impact on your smile.
Using a colour-matched composite resin, we sculpt and reshape your damaged or discoloured tooth until we reach perfection. You’ll find it hard not to smile when you see the results!
We start the process by preparing your tooth.
We sculpt the resin to your teeth
How Does Composite Bonding Work?
Composite bonding is one of the simplest cosmetic dental procedures, but by no means does that mean it’s not effective. We start the process by preparing your tooth. We do this by roughing up the surface to give the resin something to cling to.
Next, using the resin we’ve selected to blend perfectly with the colour of your tooth, we start sculpting. Whatever imperfections there are, we’ll repair them.
Once we’re happy with the applied resin, we’ll use a UV light to harden it. This sets quickly, leaving us plenty of time to make any final tweaks to your dazzling new smile.
Is Composite Bonding Right for Me?
Major damage requires restorations like crowns or veneers, while gaps and crooked teeth usual mean orthodontic treatments. But you might not need all that! If your problems are relatively minor, composite bonding could be the answer.
Composite bonding can:
- Repair cracks
- Hide discolouration
- Close gaps
- Make short teeth look longer
- Protect exposed roots
- Make minor misalignments disappear
What Else Do I
Need to Know?
Let’s face it, the dentist’s chair is hardly anyone’s favourite place to be. But when you get composite bonding, there’s no pain, no anaesthetic, and it’s all done in a relatively short space of time.
Alongside the procedure’s versatility, these are just some of the reasons why this is one of the most popular cosmetic treatments around.
Book Your Consultation Today
Ready to learn more about why composite bonding is becoming increasingly popular? Book a consultation
today and we’ll check whether you’re a good match for the treatment.