Composite Bonding Cambridge
Composite bonding, also known as dental bonding or teeth bonding, is a modern way of restoring teeth, minor gaps and damages to enhance the smile.
Most frequent questions and answers about composite bonding
The dental bonding procedure involves tooth composite resin to reshape and improve the colour of teeth. The procedure is purely cosmetic and non-invasive; fix the minor issue and does not remove any tooth part. The composite resin is matched with your teeth to appear as a natural part to conceal chips, fix cracks, close gaps, and change the colour of the teeth.
Take precautions after the procedure to avoid smoking, nail-biting, or chewing pen lids, don’t drink tea or coffee for 48 hours. Maintain oral health, keep bonding clean and unstained and see a hygienist to help your teeth.
Dental bonding is painless, does not need anaesthesia or drilling during the procedure, can last for five to seven years, and is fast and convenient. The composite resin gives natural-looking results and covers cosmetic imperfections at a lower price than other treatments.
I work across six practices around the UK. Including Bury St Edmunds, Saint Ives, Haverhill, Royston, Spalding & Cambridge. You can fill out my contact form and choose which practice you’d like to visit.
Before & After
Composite Bonding is a great solution to anyone with chipped, misshapen, worn or decayed teeth.
Dr Reham has a keen interest in smile makeovers using composite bonding, so you can rest assured you will be in safe hands.
If you want results like these. Get in touch today.