When it is about repairing your cracked or chipped tooth, or simply would like to make subtle changes to the shape of your teeth or even mask unsightly colours, composite bonding is the conservative choice for you. At Fitzroy Dental Practice, our team of dentists possesses expertise in performing composite bonding procedure to patients in London. It remains one of our most popular procedures with patients who want to improve the appearance of their teeth in a conservative manner. This can improve their overall appearance and level of confidence. For a no obligation consult get in touch with us at Fitzroy Dental Practice to restore your beautiful smile by performing the treatment under safe hands.
Composite bonding is a dental procedure that improves the color, shape and overall appearance of the teeth. A material known as composite resin gets shaped and molded on the teeth for a straighter and whiter smile. This cosmetic solution may be used for your stained, chipped or spaced teeth. Our dentists will try to improve your teeth and create the most gorgeous smile.
Cosmetic bonding may be used for fixing these oral problems:
The composite bonding cost in London depends on our skills, experience, time needed to complete the work and its complexity. As the range of options that composite offers is very varied, so is the cost involved, a simple small filling or addition starts from £180 and onwards. This is subjected to change and you may go through our fees page for more details. Our fees enable composite bonding treatment to be at a lower price range when compared to porcelain veneers.
This will actually depend on several factors such as the colour and position of your teeth and how you want your attractive smile to appear. Your teeth should be in proper position with sufficient tooth enamel to bond with composite bonding.
The treatment time will be determined greatly by how you take care of your teeth and if you have any bad habit. Talk to your dentist who can suggest how long composite bonding will last for your case.
Dental bonding does not have major risks but the resin used is not similartoyour natural teeth. It is quite possible for the material to chip or separate from your tooth. Chipping or breaking, however, doesn't occur as often with a filling, crown or veneer.
Yes, as bonding is applied without removing your teeth enamel, the process is actually reversible. If you want to restore teeth or change their appearance with another option, then you can.
Though the bonding material will not respond to whitening material like the teeth, there is certainly a suitable solution. You need to replace the bonding material within a week or two after whitening teeth to ensure the composite matches with the shade of your teeth.
Teeth bonding is not designed to be a permanent solution however, it has a fairly good track record.Many patients try to keep bonding for at least 10 years or more with proper care and maintenance. After this, they perform a bonding treatment for natural teeth.
You need to brush two times a day and floss regularly as usual. If your dentist gives any specific advice, make sure you follow it.
You should not take substances that can cause stains on the teeth such as – tea, coffee, red wine and cigarettes for the first 48 hours. Make sure you remain careful at the time of biting or chewing hard foods on your affected tooth in the long term.
Contact our friendly team of treatment advisors or dentists on 020 71830494 to give you all the information you need on cosmetic bonding.