Using a substance called resin, composite bonding uses your natural teeth to repair minor dental issues.
Am I suitable for composite bonding?If you show gum disease symptoms or a bite alignment issue, composite bonding may not be right for you. Prior to beginning composite bonding treatment, several dental issues must be addressed and corrected. Whether you are a candidate for composite bonding will be discussed with you during your consultation by our experienced dentists. What should I expect during the treatment?
The composite bonding process is rapid, simple, and painless. Bonding a single tooth can take about an hour. Call our helpful staff in Bayside at Smile Hub Dental Clinic, right away if you have any queries regarding what to anticipate during your procedure. How long will the composite bonding last?
Composite bonding lasts, on average, 5 years with proper aftercare. This can change depending on lifestyle choices and how well the bonding has held up.