Composite Bonding / Veneers

Restoring teeth using the latest technology

Composite bonding is a modern technique for restoring teeth, either for cosmetic reasons, or to build up tooth structure that has been lost. This technology involves bonding tooth coloured resin material to existing teeth, this then allows teeth to be reshaped or to improve tooth colour.

Does Composite Bonding Hurt?

Typically tooth bonding doesn’t hurt. In fact, should the area of the tooth in which the bonding takes place not be sensitive, dentists don’t usually administer anaesthesia.

Composite Bonding for Crooked Teeth

Resin can be placed on the whole surface being called a Composite Veneer or some part of the tooth, matching it’s natural colour. Should it be placed on the cutting surface of the tooth only, it will be called Edge Bonding.

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