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Dental Bonding (Teeth Bonding)

An Easy Solution to Restore & Enhance Your Smile

Are you looking for a way to fix minor tooth imperfections such as chips, cracks or discolouration? Or do you want to fill teeth gaps for a more even and beautiful smile? Then dental bonding may be able to help.
Dental or composite bonding is a simple dental procedure that doesn’t involve any removal of the original tooth structure. It’s also reversible and allows you to rejuvenate your smile in just one or two dental visits.
At The Dental Family Beaumaris, we’ve helped many patients achieve their smile goals with dental bonding. We work with you to understand your oral and aesthetic requirements to provide results 100% tailored to your needs.

What is Dental Composite Bonding

Teeth bonding is a fast and minimally invasive cosmetic dental treatment that does not require anaesthesia or removal of the original tooth structure. It begins with choosing  a composite resin shade you desire  your teeth colour to be. Our dentists then  chemically wash and clean the tooth surface to ensure a strong and durable bond. The composite resin is applied to mould the damaged tooth and hardened with a special light to complete your smile restoration. There is no downtime and you can resume your normal activities immediately after the procedure. This makes it an excellent choice for patients looking to enhance their smile without undergoing extensive treatments.

When can Teeth Bonding be Done?

Dental bonding can help repair minor teeth flaws such as:

●      Crowded teeth

●      Teeth discolouration

●      Misshapen teeth

●      Build up short teeth

●      Decayed teeth and cavities

●      Chipped, broken or gapped teeth

Dental bonding is a great solution to fix minor teeth flaws but it may not be suitable in certain situations such as extensive decay, a severe break or misalignment. Our dentists can help guide and recommend procedures according to the condition of your teeth, helping you address both cosmetic and oral health concerns. Talk to us for customised treatment plans.

How Long Does Teeth Bonding Last

The lifespan of composite bonding depends on several factors, including the extent of the bonding work and your hygiene habits. Following good dental hygiene, such as regular brushing and flossing, professional dental cleaning, and gum care can help prolong the results of composite bonding.

Dr Delac and his team are here to help you maintain optimal oral health with our gentle support and guidance. With personalised treatments and procedures performed to the highest quality standards and a range of preventive, general and cosmetic dental services, we ensure our family gets the care they deserve.

The Dental Family Beaumaris