Composite Bonding

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Composite Bonding in Rochdale

Composite bonding is a technique to improve the look of teeth in a non-destructive manner. Using bonding technologies and highly aesthetic resins it is possible to add to the remaining tooth structure and change the colour or contour of the teeth. Lost or worn tooth tissue can be replaced and provide a more youthful appearance.

Cases can involve simple repair to one tooth or multiple build-ups to provide a ‘dental makeover’.

Unlike conventional veneers or crowns, this technique can be carried out in fewer appointments and without additional laboratory fees. It also does not preclude a full range of other treatments later, as other techniques usually do.

Resins are used as opposed to ceramics and so there needs to be a degree of care taken to maintain the longevity of the restorations. Chipping and staining of the restorations are possible but can often be repaired in surgery. With proper care, bonding can last several years.

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Benefits of Composite Bonding

· Less destructive tooth preparation required. · Aesthetically pleasing · Reduced fracture of remaining tooth tissue · Mercury free Book Now

Composite Bonding Frequently Asked Questions

What are the benefits of composite bonding?

Composite bonding is a straightforward procedure that can be done on the same day at a dental clinic. It is a good solution for teeth restoration for minor defects that have not affected the tooth’s root canal.

Can composite bonding damage my teeth?

There are no major risks involved in dental bonding. The only difference between a resin bond is that it is not as strong as your natural teeth. Therefore, the material can chip or fall off. This only affects the bonding and not your teeth.

Is composite bonding necessary?

Composite bonding is an effective way of improving the appearance of your teeth. It is a necessary procedure for anyone with chipped, cracked, broken, spaced or stained teeth.

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