Composite Bonding


An option for chipped or cracked teeth, composite bonding is a process in which an enamel-like material is applied to a tooth’s surface, skilfully sculpted into an attractive new shape, hardened with a high intensity light and then polished to a high shine.

Treatment Benefits


Will my teeth be harmed?
Absolutely not! The technique involves bonding composite resin to the outer surface of your teeth in order to improve the shape or the colour. In the majority of cases the resin can be removed if required leaving the original tooth intact, so it’s complet
Is it painful?
As teeth are not drilled down for composite bonding there is no pain, there is the added benefit that there also no need for any anaesthetic injections either, so the simple answer is no!
What is bonding used for?
This technique is an excellent way to fix slightly chipped or broken teeth when full crowns or even veneers might be considered excessive. It is also useful to restore worn out areas of a tooth near the gum line where the gums have receded exposing sensit
Why should I choose composite bonding technology?
Composite resin bonding is a good choice for a quick and attractive tooth restoration which can be upgraded later, perhaps to porcelain veneers in the future