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Composite Bonding Glasgow

For a full set of teeth or individual teeth

Composite Bonding Glasgow

If you’re looking at options for composite bonding treatment in Glasgow, you probably have a lot of questions. Our skilled Glasgow dentists have extensive teeth bonding experience. We’re answering the most asked questions about composite bonding, from the procedure itself, to chipped teeth advice and combining treatment with Invisalign.

To book a free composite bonding consultation, get in touch.

What is Composite Bonding?

Composite resin is a very thin material, matched to the colour of your teeth and then affixed permanently, disguising minor imperfections. Much like porcelain veneers, your existing teeth are covered in the process. However, unlike veneers, your tooth structure remains intact as the procedure requires only minor work to the tooth surface.

Composite bonding provides you with healthy, natural-looking teeth, indistinguishable from the real thing. You can opt to undergo composite bonding for the full set of teeth, or individual teeth only.

Who is composite bonding treatment for?

Composite bonding works best for people hoping to disguise:

  • Chipped teeth
  • Jagged edges
  • Minor gapping
  • Discolouration

What are the benefits of composite bonding?

The function of this composite bonding procedure is to improve the aesthetic appearance of your teeth. That is worth noting as it’s not a treatment for any particular dental issue – it is purely cosmetic, that’s why it is sometimes referred to as ‘cosmetic bonding’. It’s very popular at the moment and many of our patients are seeking the perfect smile.

Bonding makes use of special composite material to smooth and patch over imperfections in your teeth such as; chips, gaps and rough edges. It can also benefit you by strengthening chipped and worn out teeth. The main benefits include:

A healthier more confident smile

With a significant reduction in teeth imperfections, the result will be a healthier mouth and gums, which in turn will make you look and feel good. Smile with confidence always.

Super fast & safe treatment

The procedure can be done relatively quickly and it is safe dental treatment that lots of people in Scotland have benefited from.

No needles

Many people think of needles for dental surgery and may dread going to see the dentist for this reason but this is needle-free procedure.

Potentially less expensive

The overall cost can work out cheaper per tooth than alternative treatments with longer term benefits.

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Composite bonding Glasgow treatment procedure

How long does composite bonding take?

After the initial consultation takes place, we can usually complete the composite bonding treatment in one appointment. You can expect to leave the practice with a dazzling new smile.

If you’re looking for composite bonding in Glasgow, speak with one of our experienced dentists about the procedure. Book a free video consultation to discuss treatment options and prices.

Should I get composite bonding?

Composite bonding is suitable for adults and we would recommend booking in for a free consultation with a cosmetic dentist to check your suitability for the teeth bonding procedure.

Can I get Invisalign with Composite Bonding?

As part of your smile makeover, we would recommend combining Invisalign with some composite bonding treatment, in many cases. Composite bonding provides you with healthy, natural-looking teeth, indistinguishable from the real thing. You can opt to undergo composite bonding for the full set of teeth, or individual teeth only. Composite resin is a very thin material, matched to the colour of your teeth and then affixed permanently, disguising minor imperfections.

Following a 3D scan, the cosmetic dentist will issue with a series of new aligners, typically every four to six weeks. Once the teeth are almost perfectly aligned, the dentist may consider composite bonding by carefully colour matching the composite resin to the patient’s teeth, achieving a very natural effect.

Curious about Invisalign and composite bonding? Book a free video consultation today to discuss a treatment plan.

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