Bonding

 

Bonding involves a composite paste made of acrylic resin If you have a chipped, spotted, or discoloured tooth, or a gap between two teeth, it can be repaired like magic using a technique known as bonding.

Bonding involves a composite paste made of acrylic resin and other durable materials that has been carefully blended to match the shade, translucency, and texture of your teeth. The paste is applied directly to the affected tooth and skillfully sculpted into shape—then hardened, smoothed, and polished to a beautiful shine.

The results are stunning. Best of all, they can usually be achieved in just one visit and, in some cases, without any freezing!

 

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