Composite Bonding

Composite bonding is known as the method of placing composite material right on teeth to correct any issues or to improve the overall look of teeth. The word “composite” refers to a tooth-colored mix of materials, either plastic or resin, that is cemented to a current tooth. Composite bonding is ideal for fixing chipped or cracked teeth, concealing yellowing on the tooth’s surface area, or reducing gaps between teeth.

Composite bonding is quite sturdy and is matched to your normal tooth color for that smile you are going to wish to show off. Unlike veneers or crowns, composite bonding requires little, if any, elimination of the original tooth.

Tooth-colored fillings (bonding) can also successfully treat tooth cavities without needing to take out large amounts of the original tooth composition. Not merely do you not have all those ugly metal fillings, you have to a tooth which is much stronger.

The slender layer of plastic material can last for up to ten years and will produce one or most of the following results:

  • restore decaying teeth
  • restore cracked or chipped teeth
  • whiten stained teeth
  • close up gaps between teeth
  • fix a tooth’s length or shape
  • shield the tooth’s root if receding gum tissue has revealed it.

No matter what particular purpose, composite bonding offers more appealing teeth and a better smile.

How Composite Bonding Works

Composite Bonding To Repair Decay In Back Teeth

Composite Bonding To Repair A Broken/Chipped Front Tooth
Composite Bonding To Repair Spaces Between Teeth