Articles Choosing Aesthetically Pleasing Fillings Using Composite Bonding In London
If you have slightly discoloured teeth or chips and you want to treat your smile to a bit of TLC this spring, we have the perfect solution. Dental bonding is a very simple process, which can be used to repair and refresh your smile.
What is bonding?
Bonding is a procedure, which uses dental composite, a putty-like material, which is matched to the shade of your natural teeth, to resurrect your smile. This material is very versatile and it can be used to adjust the shape and size of the teeth, fill cavities, repair chips and jagged edges and even close gaps between the teeth.
When it is in putty form, dental composite can be shaped and your Harley Street Dental Studio dentist will use their expertise and creative skills to create amazing changes to your teeth. Once your dentist is happy with the results, the composite will be hardened. This process is very simple and it only takes a minute; we simply shine a curing light onto the composite and you won’t feel anything. We ask you to pop on a pair of safety glasses at this point to protect your eyes from the light. Once the composite is set, your tooth will be stronger, as well as more aesthetically pleasing.
How long does bonding take?
One of the major advantages of dental bonding is that it takes less than an hour. Add to this the fact that you don’t need any anaesthetic or injections and you have the perfect solution for chipped and worn teeth.
We can provide dental bonding as an independent treatment or as part of a smile makeover. The changes to each individual tooth are minor, but the overall impression is amazing and you’ll be pleasantly surprised when you look in the mirror after treatment to see a radiant, healthy looking smile.
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