Composite Bonding

Composite bonding is known as the method of placing a composite material right on teeth to correct any issues in order to improve the appearance of teeth. The word "composite" represents a tooth-colored mix of substances, either resin or plastic, that is attached to a current tooth. Bonding is perfect for repairing chipped or cracked teeth, hiding staining on the tooth's surface area, or reducing gaps between teeth.

Composite bonding is very sturdy and can be matched to your normal tooth color for that smile you will wish to display. As opposed to veneers or crowns, composite bonding involves little, if any, removal of the original teeth.

Tooth-colored fillings (bonding) may also successfully deal with tooth cavities without needing to take away considerable amounts of the natural tooth composition. Not merely do you not have all those ugly metal fillings, you have to a tooth that is much stronger.

The slender layer of plastic material can last for nearly ten years and will produce one or every one of the following results:

  • restore decayed teeth
  • restore cracked or chipped teeth
  • brighten discolored teeth
  • fix gaps between teeth
  • fix a tooth's size or shape
  • shield the tooth's root in the event that receding gum tissue has uncovered it.

Regardless of the particular intent, composite bonding creates considerably more appealing teeth and a brighter smile.