Cosmetic Bonding Monmouth

Improves the appearance or alignment of teeth by bonding tooth coloured filling to existing teeth

Dental Bonding Monmouth

The Face Space in Monmouth offers cosmetic bonding to patients with imperfect smiles to replace missing teeth. This treatment can help your smile look more natural and less fake while improving your ability to chew and speak properly, allowing you to feel more confident about how you look and sound when you smile or speak in public. The Face Space in Monmouth offers cosmetic bonding Bonding is an effective option that corrects minor tooth discolouration, gaps and chips in order to give you an overall healthier, brighter smile. Learn more about how cosmetic bonding from The Face Space can help give you the smile you’ve always wanted.

Composite bonding Monmouth

What is Composite Bonding?

Cosmetic bonding is a non-invasive way to improve and enhance teeth by applying a composite resin material to your teeth. A composite bond, also known as dental bonding, is a tooth-coloured material that can be used to enhance and improve your smile. The best time to consider composite bonding is when you are not satisfied with your existing teeth or feel like you could use some improvement in areas such as spacing, size, or misalignment. Your cosmetic dentist at The Face Space will evaluate all of these concerns before recommending a treatment plan that fits your budget and gets you started straight away.

Why Do I Need Composite Bonding?

Composite bonding is used in most restorative procedures to repair teeth that have been worn down or weakened by cavities, gum disease, or other dental issues. The dentist will use composite bonding to strengthen and protect your teeth, so they last as long as possible. 

Here are a few issues that can be fixed with composite bonding: 

  • To repair chips and cracks 
  • To fix gaps in the teeth
  • Hide discolouration
  • Correcting a small tooth misalignment 
  • Crooked or uneven teeth
  • Peg tooth (Microdontia)
  • Worn tooth

Benefits of Composite Bonding

Composite bonding is a more cost-effective treatment that can be completed in just one appointment. It hides tooth imperfections and does not require any reshaping of your tooth, so you’ll enjoy a much faster recovery time and greater comfort as you regain your beautiful smile. Because there is no grinding down of your natural tooth enamel during composite bonding, there is also far less risk involved with having composite bonded compared to getting porcelain veneers.

How Much is Composite Bonding?

The cost of composite bonding varies for each individual, as all cases are different, as some may need more work done than others. Have a look at our price guide for composite bonding. For more information get in touch with us.

How Much is Composite Bonding Per Tooth?

The price of composite bonding varies based on a number of factors. Your dentist will first need to determine whether your teeth have sufficient tooth structure to support restoration and then perform a diagnostic test to see how much tooth reduction is necessary for optimal aesthetic results. After these two steps are complete, your cosmetic dentist will be able to provide you with an estimate for dental bonding in Monmouth.

How Long Does Composite Bonding Treatment Take?

Treatment is normally done within one to two appointments. Most patients are treated for up to one hour, although a few more complex cases may take a little longer. Usually, anaesthesia is not required. Dentists will select a composite resin shade that matches your natural tooth colour, meaning that after the procedure your teeth will look completely natural. 

Does Composite Bonding Hurt?

The cosmetic bonding process is painless, so you won’t have to worry about your smile being sensitive after treatment. While some people do experience sensitivity following treatment, we will make sure you’re as comfortable as possible during your appointment and can answer any questions that come up for you before and after treatment.

What Should I Do Before My Composite Bonding Appointment?

It’s important to get your dental work done as early as possible, so you should book an appointment right away. We recommend waiting at least 30 days after you’ve stopped smoking before your cosmetic bonding procedure. Try to eat a healthy diet and floss daily for about a month before your appointment, too. This will help clean off any excess tartar that may lead to gum disease, which could complicate your procedure.

Composite Bonding After Care Advice 

After cosmetic bonding, patients are typically left with minimal swelling and mild discomfort. Your gums will be sore for a couple of days, but in most cases, you can resume your normal eating and drinking routine immediately after your procedure. The biggest thing to keep in mind is that your body must heal and adjust to its new look. While you won’t see results right away, changes will occur over time as gum tissue grows over your dental implants.

Monmouth Dental Practice 

Cosmetic bonding is a process that can create a stronger, whiter smile by using materials to fill small gaps between teeth or cover discoloured teeth. Our goal at The Face Space is to help our patients maintain and improve their smiles by offering a range of dentistry including dental crowns, dental implants, teeth whitening and so much more. Contact us today to learn more about what we offer and what we can do for you!

Composite Bonding FAQ

Composite bonding is suitable for a wide range of tooth defects, from simple chips and cracks to missing teeth. If you want composite bonding, your dentist should be able to advise you as to whether your teeth are suitable. 

There is a low risk of side effects with composite bonding. Make sure to tell your dentist about any medications you’re taking, as well as if you have any history of allergies. Also, be aware that eating cold foods (like ice cream) immediately after treatment can damage your tooth restorations; eating soft foods for a few hours after treatment is sufficient.

​​Composite bonding fillings last roughly around 5 years. However, this differs for each patient. Make sure you have your 6 monthly check-up appointments with your dentist. 

Bonding material does not work with whitening material as teeth would, however, by replacing the bonding material of whitening teeth within the space of a week or two of whitening teeth, the composite will match the shade of the teeth. Composite can be easily applied to the teeth. 

Composite bonding does not damage your teeth. This dental process has been in use for more than 10 years and is considered safe for your teeth. It can be used to treat a range of cosmetic flaws, from small cracks to gaps between teeth that are visible when you smile or laugh. In some cases, composite bonding can also be used to improve your bite if you’re having problems biting down on something or chewing certain foods.

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