Many people think of veneers if should they have chipped or worn teeth, however, composite bonding can also be a viable solution for anyone that has minor flaws on their teeth they would like a solution to.
In the latest post from Love-Teeth Dental Practice, we discuss composite bonding in further detail, giving you the answers to some of the most common questions surrounding this dental treatment.
What is Composite Bonding Used For?
Composite bonding is a cosmetic dental treatment which can be used to improve the appearance of gaps and chips in the teeth.
To carry out this treatment, composite resin is used and moulded to the shape of the teeth, often achieving the appearance of a straighter smile.
How Long Does the Treatment Take?
Where appropriate, many people opt for composite bonding as the treatment can be carried out in one session in the dentist chair.
The treatment is safe and has been carried out for decades, achieving excellent results.
What aftercare is needed?
Composite bonding is durable enough that has lasting results with normal daily care, without regular attention. Consequently, you won’t need to continuously attend dental appointments. After any treatment, your dentist will advise you on the best course of care to keep your teeth in good condition.
Love-Teeth Dental Practice
Our specialist team have been delivering a wide range of treatments, including composite bonding for many years. If you are interested in talking to one of our dedicated dentists about this cosmetic treatment, please call today on 0161 773 7080 or send your enquiry through to our online contact form.