Crowns and Veneers
Dental composite or Dental bonding is a modern way of restoring your teeth either for cosmetic reasons or for budding up the tooth structure. Dental bonding involves the procedure of bonding a tooth-colored composite resin to your existing teeth to repair damage and reshape the damaged tooth.
Advantage of Dental Composite
Should I need Composite bonding?
Composite bonding isn’t for everyone. Besides, they don’t look natural as porcelain veneers. If you have crooked teeth due to a problem in your jawline or bite, composite bonding won’t work.
Is composite bonding safe?
Dental bonding doesn’t involve any risk.
However, keep in mind that composite resins used in the bonding are not as strong as the natural teeth. It is possible for the material to chip off from the teeth, which doesn’t occur in crowns and veneers. If you are looking for a permanent solution, you should go with cosmetic procedures like crowns, veneers, etc.
The resin also isn’t stain-resistant as other Dental materials, you may develop some discoloration over time.
Treatment begins with removing some enamel from your tooth surface, allowing us to best shape bonding to your tooth.
After this, we will apply the bonding agent, add the bonding resin, cure it with a special light, and finish by polishing your teeth.