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Composite bonding is a technique used to improve the appearance of your teeth. The term composite bonding refers to any composite material which is bonded to an existing tooth. Bonding is ideal for fixing chipped or cracked teeth, hiding discoloration on the tooth’s surface, or reducing the gaps between teeth. Composite bonding creates more aesthetically pleasing teeth and a more vibrant smile. Unlike veneers or crowns, little is removed for composite bonding from the original tooth.
- Is a quick process
- Is usually less expensive than crowns or veneers
- The color can be chosen to match the original tooth.
The dentist begins by cleaning the tooth to be bonded. Than, the tub tooth is rubed with a mild solution that facilitates the bonding of the composite resin to the tooth. The composite resin is then applied in several coats. Once the adequate amount of resin on the tooth, the bond is sculpted for the desired form. Bonding is performed in the dentist’s chair without anesthesia.Bonds typically do not last as long as veneers or crowns, and may need to be retouched or replaced every five to ten years.