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Choose an easy solution for smile enhancement and restoration with composite bonding

Why Choose Composite Bonding to Enhance Your Smile?

No alterations to natural tooth structure

Composite bonding allows your dentist to preserve all of your natural tooth structure. There is no need to reduce the size of your tooth to apply the resins (as is the case when placing porcelain veneers).

Natural aesthetics

Composite bonding produces natural results, especially when carried out by an experienced cosmetic dentist. Derby’s Ashbourne Road is home to dentists who carefully consider the unique aesthetics of each tooth shape and shade. They will ensure that the eye cannot see where the composite resin meets your natural tooth structure, resulting in a fully natural-looking outcome.

Fast and easy treatment for patients

The composite bonding process can be carried out in just one appointment, making it accessible for patients who may not want to commit to multiple appointments. There is no drilling involved, and anaesthetic is very rarely used.

Your Composite Bonding Journey

Step 1: Composite bonding consultation

You will need to attend a consultation before starting the treatment process. We will check your teeth and gums to ensure they are healthy enough to proceed with an elective treatment like composite bonding. Patients must have decay and disease-free teeth before proceeding with cosmetic dental treatment.

Step 2: Resin application

Your dentist will prepare your teeth to receive the composite resins. A special layering technique is used to build up the tooth. This allows your dentist to capture the distinct translucent subtleties of real tooth enamel. The resins are carefully shaped and moulded to a precise width and length that fits in with your smile and mouth aesthetic.


What Does Composite Bonding Do?

Composite bonding is a cosmetic dental technique for repairing cracked teeth and tooth discolouration. It can also be used to close small gaps in your teeth and to alter the size and shape of individual teeth.

How Long Does Composite Bonding Last?

It’s possible for composite bonding to last between 4-7 years. However, some patients may wish to have treatment performed sooner if the resins have become stained. We recommend limiting your intake of teeth-staining food and drink. This will help the composite retain its natural-looking white shade.

Why Choose Ashbourne Road Dental for Cosmetic Dental Treatment?

Ashbourne Road Dental is a long-established dental practice in the heart of Derby with an excellent reputation for patient care.

Your dentist will layer the resins in a way that emulates the natural lines and grooves of real tooth enamel. This diligent technique allows your dentist to capture the translucency of tooth enamel accurately and to achieve the correct width and length of the tooth.

We have many years of combined knowledge in using different materials and systems to revitalise your smile in a natural-looking way. Your dentist will carefully study your mouth, bite, and facial proportions to ensure your veneers are individually shaped to look as natural as real teeth.

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