Composite Bonding

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Composite Bonding In Bromley and Tulse Hill

What is composite bonding?

Composite bonding adds tooth-coloured filling material to teeth to improve their shape and appearance. Designed to enhance the appearance of your front teeth, composite bonding uses specially formulated composite resin to change the teeth’ size, shape and colour.

Composite bonding is an excellent way to enhance your smile without requiring invasive procedures. Tooth-coloured bonding treatment is applied to your existing teeth, a quick and affordable solution to minor imperfections, chips and gaps.

The benefits

Composite bonding is becoming increasingly popular for people looking to improve their smile without using more expensive cosmetic procedures. Unlike more invasive procedures such as crowns or veneers, it does not usually involve removing any healthy tooth tissue, and it can sometimes even be completed in one appointment.

Treatment steps

Composite bonding is an excellent solution for minor imperfections in the front teeth. The treatment is as follows:

  1. First, your dentist chooses a colour to match the natural tooth. Some people choose teeth whitening treatments before the bonding procedure to compare the composite resin material to this new, whiter shade.
  2. Next, the surface of the teeth will be prepared for treatment.
  3. The teeth will then be coated with a liquid that helps the composite resin material adhere properly.
  4. Finally, the resin is applied and moulded before being hardened, shaped and polished.


Taking care of your new smile

Take care of your new and improved smile by maintaining good oral hygiene, brushing your teeth with fluoride toothpaste for at least two minutes, and flossing between the teeth twice daily.

The bonded teeth may need professional polishing occasionally to maintain their shine and remove surface staining, so visit our team at Arkhview Dental Centre regularly.


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