What do you need to know about Composite Dental Bonding?
Composite bonding or cosmetic bonding is a procedure where the dentist applies a special resin that matches the colour of your teeth to improve their appearance, so, no drilling is needed, and it is an absolutely pain-free dental treatment.
Complete Smile Design with the Latest Dental Technology.
Composite Bonding can Enhance your Smile in Just One Visit.
Totally Natural-looking Dental Restoration.
Composite Bonding is Less Invasive and More Affordable than Porcelain Veneers
How Does Composite Tooth Bonding Work?
Have you ever wondered how composite bonding works? And how to make your next visit to the dentist easier? Here you’ll discover how teeth bonding works.
- First of all, the dentist removes plaque from your teeth and roughens the surface.
- Then, the dentist applies a liquid that allows the tooth bonding to stick to the tooth.
- Finally, your dentist applies the composite resin over the liquid, molds or shapes your teeth.
Which Dental Conditions Can Composite Bonding Repair?
- Chipped & Broken Teeth
- Crowded & Misaligned Teeth
- Discoloured Teeth
- Gapped Teeth
- Short or uneven teeth lengths
- Shape imperfections
Can Composite Dental Bonding Repair Chipped Teeth?
Not happy with the way your smile looks? Dental composite bonding is an ideal solution for you if you have chipped or broken teeth and an increasing number of patients are coming to Fiveways Dental Practice in Liverpool complaining of a chipped tooth. Your teeth can crack due to trauma, grinding, or decay.
Can Dental Bonding Make Teeth Longer?
If you’re unhappy with the length of your teeth, composite bonding may be an ideal option for you because it is an affordable cosmetic procedure that can help lengthen the short teeth. Tooth coloured composite can make the restoration natural and unnoticeable.
Can Composite Bonding Close Gaps In Your Teeth?
Composite bonding can be an ideal dental treatment to treat gapped teeth because it can repair big and small gaps between the teeth, or make them more discrete if it is not possible to close the gaps between the teeth completely.
To close those gaps between the teeth, the dentist places a tooth-colored resin into the gap between the teeth. This resin is then hardened and polished to create a discrete and aesthetically pleasing smile.
Teeth bonding is a good choice for individuals who want to close small gaps and fix their smiles.
Who can Have Composite Teeth Bonding?
One of the most common questions about Composite Bonding is, “Is composite bonding for me?” Composite bonding is a cosmetic dental procedure that has many benefits.
Teeth bonding can improve the appearance of your smile, so it’s only natural to be curious about whether it’s right for you. Braces can help straighten crooked or crowded teeth, but sometimes cosmetic dental treatments such as composite bonding can treat those issues.
The best way to learn if composite bonding is right for you would be to schedule a free consultation with one of our dentists in Liverpool. We’ll do a thorough examination and explain all your composite bonding options. We’ll also discuss your procedure and help you decide whether or not teeth bonding is right for you.
Composite Bonding Versus Porcelain Dental Veneers – What is the difference between?
If you’re considering a cosmetic procedure to fix a smile problem, you probably have a lot of questions. So, here are some things to consider if you’re thinking about cosmetic bonding or veneers.
- Composite Bonding is more affordable (£195/tooth – Packages Available) where the price for Veneers starts from £595 (Packages Available).
- Teeth Bonding is done in just 1 visit at our practice. Dental veneers treatment is done in at least two visits.
- In the case of a chip, it is very easy for the dentist to fix tooth bonding on the chair, whereas porcelain veneers should be sent to the dental laboratory to be fixed.
Are You Ready to Improve Your Smile With Composite Bonding?
If you want to enhance your smile immediately, you can do it in just 1 visit! Contact us for a consultation and tell us all your concerns so we can help you to sort out all dental problems that you are not happy with. We are based in Liverpool – UK.