Also called composite bonding, dental bonding is a time-honoured procedure designed to repair relatively minor tooth damage. This non-invasive process transforms the surface of teeth through the application of a specialised tooth-coloured resin solution. While primarily used for cosmetic reasons, bonding also serves a functional purpose. For example, if your gums recede too far and your tooth root is exposed.
Unlike porcelain veneers or implants, which are recommended for major dental reconstructions, bonding is recommended for minor repairs, such as a chipped tooth. Described as the most conservative dental cosmetic procedure, the treatment doesn’t alter much of the original tooth enamel.
Our patients receive dental bonding for a variety of reasons; mostly for reconstructing minor imperfections. While some simply dislike the shape of a tooth, others wish to eliminate the visible signs of age, such as discolouration. Your dentist may recommend dental bonding to correct:
Dental bonding is a relatively swift with minimal downtime. In fact, many patients have no dedicated recovery time, which makes it ideal if you live a busy, active life. The process is minimally invasive and is completed right here in our practice.
During the procedure, you can expect:
If you have chipped, cracked, discoloured or damaged teeth, you have options. At Smile Gallery Dental Clinic, we believe everyone deserves a smile they can be proud of. While many dentists in Box Hill offer dental bonding, few deliver this procedure with the level of professionalism, compassion and skill as our team of dental professionals.
Call (03) 9899 0288 and let’s begin the process of restoring your teeth, your smile and your confidence!
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