One of the common concerns we address is discoloured teeth. No one wants to have stained teeth. Stained or discoloured teeth can significantly impact self-confidence and the way you feel about your smile and oral health. Composite Bonding is an effective solution to this problem. During the procedure, a tooth-coloured resin material is applied to the selected tooth, covering the stains and restoring a natural appearance. Our experienced team carefully matches the shade of the composite to your natural teeth, ensuring a natural looking blend. Composite bonding for discoloured teeth is a quick and non-invasive treatment that provides immediate results, helping you achieve a brighter and healthier smile.
We understand the importance of long-lasting results for dental treatments. Composite bonding is known for its durability and longevity when properly maintained. After the procedure, it’s crucial to follow good oral hygiene practices, such as regular brushing, flossing, and dental check-ups. With proper care, composite bonding can last for several years. Our team is dedicated to guiding our patients on how to maintain their composite bonding, ensuring that their investment is worth it.
Our team takes pride in being a leading composite bonding specialist. We bring top-quality cosmetic dentistry services to Epsom and other surrounding areas, focusing on patient satisfaction as well as exceptional results. Our team consists of experienced and skilled dental professionals who have a deep understanding of composite bonding and other cosmetic dental procedures. We are committed to delivering personalised care and tailored solutions to address each patient’s unique needs.
Composite bonding is a relatively straightforward and minimally invasive dental procedure aimed at enhancing the appearance of teeth with cosmetic imperfections. This treatment is often used to repair chipped, discoloured, or slightly misaligned teeth and can be completed in just one visit to your dentist’s office.
The first initial step in composite bonding begins with a consultation where you and one of our specialists discuss concerns and treatment goals. Following this, we will assess your teeth to determine if composite bonding is a suitable option. If it is, the procedure involves tooth preparation by carefully roughening the tooth’s surface to prepare for adhesion and then applying a bonding agent. Tooth-coloured composite resin is then layered and shaped to achieve the desired look, with a curing light used to harden it. We then refine the shape and texture as needed and end the process by polishing the bonded tooth.