19 Apr Composite Bonding Questions
The fast pace of change in dentistry can mean adhesive dentistry is overlooked in favour of newer more complex solutions but here at City Bridge Dental in Bristol we think dentine bonding can provide a great and affordable way to restore your smile.
In this case a combination of composite bonding and adhesive bridge work has been used to restore this patient’s worn smile
Dentine bonding is among the least invasive dental procedure and can easily repaired fractures or chips.
These are a few of the most frequently asked questions about this technique at City Bridge Dental…
What is composite bonding?
Composite bonding is a minimally invasive cosmetic treatment which is used to build up tooth structure that has been lost. The technique doesn’t involve cutting teeth down instead it uses a composite resin which is added to the tooth to restore its shape and its colour
How much does composite bonding cost?
Composite bonding start from £195 per tooth but costs vary depending on the number of teeth and the type of bonding required.
How long does composite bonding take?
Composite bonding can be done in only one visit the exact amount of time will depend on the number of teeth being restored.
Who can have composite bonding?
Anyone can have bonding provided they have good overall dental hygiene and their tooth ailment is suitable.
How long does the bonding last?
This depends on a number of factors such as your overall level of dental hygiene, whether your clench or grind your teeth and other lifestyle factors, such as smoking.
Composite bonding procedures have an average lifespan of 5 years. Our team will always ensure that your composite bonding is intact and if they require repair or re-polishing will make an appointment with your dentist.
If you’re interested in improving your smile using composite bonding we would be happy to advise you. Please call 0117 9507949 and the City Bridge Dental Care team will book you a consultation appointment.