Articles What is Cosmetic Bonding and How Could it Give You a Personalised Perfect smile?
Do you wish you had a perfect smile? If so, we may have the answer. With cosmetic bonding, we can repair and reshape the teeth to create a spectacular smile in no time at all!
What is cosmetic bonding?
Cosmetic bonding, also known as composite or aesthetic bonding, is a cosmetic dental treatment, which is designed to enhance the overall look of the smile by making minor changes to imperfect individual teeth. If you have chipped teeth, worn or uneven edges or misshapen teeth, this could be an ideal solution for you.
The procedure involves using a substance called dental composite, a tooth-coloured dental material, to reshape the teeth. Composite is a putty-like material, which can be moulded and shaped to build up worn surfaces, repair chips and even fill in gaps between the teeth. Your dentist will use their flair and skill to place the composite before setting it using a curing light. Composite is available in a range of shades, and your dentist will select the closest match to your natural tooth colour. Once the composite has hardened, your dentist will carry out final checks to make sure everything looks perfect!
The benefits of bonding
Cosmetic bonding is a simple, quick and painless treatment, which is capable of achieving phenomenal results. Even though the changes to the individual teeth are minor, the overall impact is incredible. Bonding is a cheaper, less invasive and faster option than braces and veneers, and we can usually complete treatment in just one hour with no need for anaesthetic.
If you think you may benefit from cosmetic bonding, and you’d like to find out more about the procedure and how it works, why not call and book a consultation today? An amazing new smile could be just an hour away!
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