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GLAMORIZE YOUR SMILE WITH

COMPOSITE BONDING

GLAMORIZE YOUR SMILE WITH

COMPOSITE BONDING

WHAT IS COMPOSITE BONDING

Composites are tooth colored restorative cements that are carefully placed, carved and designed by hand on your teeth. 

Cosmetic or dental bonding helps to improve the appearance of slightly crooked teeth and is a very good option for closing small gaps between the teeth. 

The procedure is completely painless  and requires one visit to the dentist 

BENEFITS OF COMPOSITE BONDING

Quick and easy treatment and can usually be completed in one appointment 

It is painless and does not require anesthesia

Improve the appearance of your smile without any tooth sensitivity 

The cost of tooth bonding is relatively low

Natural looking results

Made from lasting material and durable

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Composite Bonding Before&After
Composite Bonding Before&After

CHECK OUT COMPOSITE BONDING RESULTS

Composite Bonding Before&After
Composite Bonding Before&After

FAQ

Most frequent questions and answers

Composite bonding does not damage the natural tooth, however,  is not permanent solution. A composite resin is used on the tooth and it is shaped to protect and enhance the look of the existing tooth.

Composite  veneers are permanent solution that require the top layer of your enamel being shaved off. This makes the treatment irreversible, while dental bonding is and temporary.

The price depending on the amount of teeth that have to be done and bonding treatment required. 

An average guideline is 5 years. This different from each patient and if your bonding is well maintained it can last many years 

The bonded teeth do not need different or special home care, however, keep in mind that composite bonding can stain over time. It will happen much faster if you consume more coffee, tea, red wine or smoke. You should brush and floss the areas just like you would for your normal teeth and schedule regular dental cleaning every six months. 

Composite bonding cannot be whitened. If you are planning to get teeth whitening, you will need to do it before getting bondings or veneers. 

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