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Composite Bonding Birmingham

Dental Bonding Birmingham


Cosmetic or dental bonding involves the addition of a layer of resin directly to the tooth surface. The colour is carefully chosen to match the surrounding teeth. The resin is shaped and polished to produce the desired appearance. Dental bonding is used worldwide by many people as part of their smile makeover. This is suitable if you want to repair a damaged tooth, correct an aesthetic flaw that makes you feel self-conscious, anxious or lowers your self-esteem.

The benefits of composite bonding are easy to see, especially when you look at the many positive effects it has on your teeth and smile. At Manor House Dental, we use this procedure to treat damaged or decayed teeth as well as to improve the appearance of chipped, stained, or cracked teeth. Contact us today to find out if composite bonding is a suitable treatment for you.

Composite Bonding Treatment Process Birmingham

  1. A filling or tooth alteration could be made possible by dental bonding, which is quick and painless with no anaesthesia required. Anaesthesia may also be given if you chip the tooth near the nerve, as the nerve may be hit and cause pain.
  2. First, you need to choose a composite resin colour that matches your natural tooth colour as closely as possible. Our dentist will refer to a chart to do this. To restore your natural tooth, the dentist will apply a bonding agent and a rough surface to it before adding composite resin. Its rough texture encourages liquids and composites to bind easily.
  3. Our dentist will first create a model of your teeth by adding composite resin to the desired area and then letting it dry and applying ultraviolet light to the model to make it ready for treatment.

When do I need Composite Bonding?

  • There are a few issues that can be fixed with dental bonding, such as:
  • Treating diastema (Gapped Teeth)
  • Discoloured Teeth
  • Crooked or uneven teeth
  • Worn teeth
  • Peg Tooth (Microdontia)

Composite Bonding Birmingham Price

Dental Bonding is a non-invasive cosmetic procedure to improve the appearance of your teeth. It is affordable, stable and versatile. Your dentist applies a tooth-coloured composite resin to one or more of your teeth to change the overall appearance of those teeth.

To find out more about Composite Bonding prices in Birmingham, contact Manor House Dental today. You can also visit our smile gallery to see our wealth of success stories.

Cosmetic bonding does not normally require any preparation or any local anaesthetic. We will pick the perfect shade for seamless bonding in such a way as to match the natural colour of your teeth, giving you a radiant natural smile. It is a non-invasive cosmetic treatment suitable for almost everyone. This can be an alternative treatment to veneers, dental bonding can be used to transform the appearance of one or more front teeth in just one appointment.

Benefits Of Composite Bonding

  • Improves Teeth’s Appearance
  • Natural Looking
  • Repairs Chipped or Broken Teeth
  • No Surgery Required
  • Fast and comfortable procedure
  • No damage to natural teeth
  • Different shades are available
  • Improve your self-confidence

Composite Bonding Dentist

If you’re unhappy with the appearance of your teeth, you may begin to lose confidence and start to feel self-conscious about your appearance. Some people can be put off certain treatments because of horror stories about pain or because of the amount of time the treatment can take to be effective. Here at Manor House Dental, we will walk you through any treatments and their costs before any treatments are carried out. This means you’ll know exactly what to expect.

Composite Bonding Teeth Before and After

   

Composite Bonding FAQ

To put your worries to rest, composite bonding is painless, though you may experience some slight discomfort which is to be expected. What that means is, don’t worry if you’re scared of going to the dentist. You’re not alone. Our aim at Manor House Dental is to help you experience peace and joy.
Before bonding composite to enamel, our dentist will select a resin that matches the colour of your natural teeth to ensure a seamless result. In this step, the surface of the enamel is lightly roughened, followed by the application of a liquid to allow the bonding agent to adhere to your natural tooth. The composite is then placed over the liquid and moulded to your tooth in the shape you desire. Once this is done, the material is hardened with ultraviolet light, then trimmed, and then polished (much like a false nail). This minimally invasive procedure usually takes just one session.
Instead of composite veneers, consider porcelain veneers, which last longer and offer many benefits that may be worth the investment. The major difference is that instead of applying a composite material to the tooth, porcelain is applied. Neither composite nor porcelain veneers can make teeth look whiter or straighter, but porcelain veneers are less prone to staining than composite materials.
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