Composite Bonding is a Cosmetic Dentistry technique which can work wonders on your smile.
Using materials that match the shade, translucency and texture of your teeth, Composite Bonding may be performed in a single visit. Composite Bonding tends to be less time-consuming and expensive than other tooth restoration treatments. This technique is used when only a fraction of a tooth needs replacement.
The process of Composite Bonding enables a number of dental problems to be repaired and resolved.
Composite Bonding may be used to:
- Conceal Chips
- Close Gaps
- Cover Spots
- Conceal Staining & Discolouration
- Repair a broken front tooth
The first step in undertaking a Composite Bonding procedure is to treat the natural tooth surface with an enamel conditioner. This results in a roughened enamel surface, allowing the bonding substance to adhere.
Composite resin is then applied and shaped to match the contour of the natural tooth. The surface of the composite is then polished to achieve a natural lustre and appearance.
“Any surgical or invasive procedure carries risks. Before proceeding, you should seek a second opinion from an appropriately qualified health practitioner”
Chatswood Dental Centre has national accreditation.
Accreditation is based on the integration of a set of national safety and quality health service standards into every day practice culture and patient safety.
The attainment of these standards means a dental practice has proven to be of the highest calibre in delivering safe quality patient care.