Composite bonding is considered a dental art, as it requires an in-depth knowledge of the layers, colour, shape and characteristics of the front teeth. Sometimes composite dental bonding is performed after tooth whitening and/or dental orthodontics to improve the alignment and colour of the front teeth.
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Composite bonding involves artistically building up teeth with highly aesthetic white filling materials to restore or improve the shape and sometimes shade of teeth.
Dental Composite Bonding can be used for a wide variety of uses, normally around the front teeth, which are visible when you smile. Cosmetic Composite Bonding can be used to close gaps, re-build worn down teeth, repair chips or broken teeth and cover discolouration.
Composite bonding is performed by a dentist, so there is no involvement of dental laboratories, which means they are normally during one appointment. Due to the artistic nature of the procedure the treatment time will be longer than normal white fillings, to ensure the composite bonding is executed with perfection.