Composite bonding is used for cosmetic reasons to rebuild tooth structure that has been lost through decay, trauma or injury. This is also a modern and new way to restore teeth back to their former glory.
Patients with chips, cracked or broken teeth can turn to cosmetic bonding for a quick aesthetic fix, which can be applied in just one appointment.
The treatment process uses a tooth-coloured resin that’s applied to the existing tooth, composite bonding can reshape teeth or improve their existing colour.
Veneers VS Composite Bonding
Veneers vs composite bonding
Veneers and composite bonding target and treat the same oral conditions. Whilst veneers, in this case, are the most expensive alternative, they are priced higher for a reason.
Porcelain is a very strong and highly durable material. It is stain-resistant and can last for a lifetime.
Veneers are permanent procedures, which cannot be reversed.
Composite bonding is not a permanent procedure.
This is because the composite material is not as strong as porcelain and the resin, just like a natural tooth can be affected by staining and discoloration.
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Is Composite bonding different to veneers?
Both veneers and composite bonding aim to solve cosmetic defects, such as cracked, chipped, discoloured, gappy, missing, and uneven teeth.
How much does composite bonding cost in the uk?
Composite bonding is a great option for patients. It’s affordable, quick, durable, and is minimally invasive compared to other cosmetic treatment options.
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