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What is Composite Bonding?

Are you feeling conscious about the gaps in your teeth? Has your self-confidence taken a hit because of a chipped tooth? Are you looking for a fuss-free way to make minor adjustments in your teeth to achieve your brightest smile?

Composite bonding is the solution for you. Composite bonding is a simple procedure that involves the sculpting and bonding of a tooth-coloured composite resin to restore the appearance of your pearly whites, while still retaining the normal functions of your teeth. The procedure is painless, minimally invasive and can usually be completed over a single appointment.


Composite Bonding Process

1. Consultation

We perform a comprehensive examination and take the time to listen to you.

2. Planning

We take all necessary information required to plan your case (often including photographs, x-rays and impressions).

3. Trial Smile

For complex cases, we can perform a mock-up of the expected result to give you a visual of the end result.

4. Tooth Bonding

The composite resin is sculpted and bonded on to the teeth to be treated.

5. Polishing

Restorations are shaped and polished to look and feel like natural teeth.

6. Review

A final check-over of the restorations with adjustments if necessary.


Composite Bonding Cost

This is a fee estimate & subject to change. Please check with your clinician for an exact fee based on your unique clinical condition.


Composite Bonding 379.85 (w/ GST)


What is it made out of?

It is made out of composite resin, a material that is able to match the colour and consistency of your natural teeth. After being moulded to fit the desired shape, it is then set in place using ultraviolet light.

What is tooth bonding for?

Composite bonding may not be for everyone. However, it is best suited to address issues such as:

  • Misalignment of teeth
  • Gaps between teeth
  • Improving the shape, size and colour of teeth
  • Improving the colour of dark or stained teeth
  • Repairing chipped or fractured teeth
  • Restoring decayed teeth
  • Treating worn down teeth

Most importantly, it is always important to practice good oral hygiene and take care of your teeth.

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