Get a Complete Smile Makeover with Composite Bonding
Composite bonding – sometimes called dental bonding – can be a good alternative to veneers, though they typically are not as long lasting. Bondings can change a person’s smile quickly as well as veneers, using a tooth colored filling material. Bonding requires a minimal amount of tooth removal and can mask light staining, crowding or spaces.
Composite bonding may often a good option for teens or young adults in order to be very conservative. Bonding can only be used in limited instances, but where bonding is not useful, veneers are usually an option.
Frequently Asked Questions About Composite Bonding
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Composite Bonding, also known as Dental Bonding, is a procedure in which resin is applied to the tooth, then shaped into the preferred tooth shape, resulting in a beautiful smile.
Composite bonding is a great option for those people who are wanting to liven up their smile in a non-invasive way!
No, not at all! Composite bonding is a minimally invasive procedure that helps you reach your smile goals in a painless way!
There are a couple of important differences worth noting between composite bonding and veneers. First off, composite bonding uses resin, while veneers use porcelain. Additionally, composite bonding doesn’t last quite as long and might require more touch ups than veneers.
No, not at all! As it is a minimally invasive procedure, composite bonding simply goes over your teeth, without effecting the health of the actual tooth.