Articles The Many Uses Of Composite Bonding In The Heart Of London
Composite bonding is sometimes known as cosmetic bonding; it is a very versatile treatment, which can make a huge difference to the appearance of your smile.
What is composite bonding?
Composite bonding is a procedure used to repair chips, build up worn tooth surfaces and close small gaps between the teeth; it can also be used to strengthen teeth that have small cavities.
The procedure is relatively simple and it takes less than an hour in most cases.
What does treatment involve?
Your Harley Street Dental Studio London dentist will use their experience and expertise to mould and shape the composite to improve and enhance the look of your teeth; this may involve adding substance to a worn surface, reshaping or repairing a chipped tooth or closing a small gap between two teeth.
Once the composite is placed in the correct position, it will be set hard using a powerful light source and then trimmed for a perfect finish.
What are the benefits?
Composite bonding is one of the quickest and simplest cosmetic dental treatments, but it also one of the most effective. Making minor changes to the teeth makes a massive difference to the overall appearance of the smile and if you’re happy with the look of your smile this is likely to make you feel more confident.
Composite bonding can also help to make your teeth stronger and more resistant to injury and the procedure is quick and completely painless; in the vast majority of cases there is no need for injections of anaesthetic and your mouth will not feel sore or numb afterwards.
If you have chipped or worn teeth and you would like a healthier looking, more attractive smile without undergoing pain or paying lots of money, composite bonding may be the ideal treatment.
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