Affordable Composite Bonding in Southampton: Transform Your Teeth Today

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What is composite bonding?

A pain-free way to regain your confident smile – composite bonding also known as resin bonding/cosmetic bonding.

This technique is a very conservative dental treatment to improve the appearance of your teeth such as chipped, uneven, crack, worn or discoloured teeth with no drilling necessary.

What is the procedure involved with composite bonding?
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How long does composite bonding last?

Composite bonded teeth can be more prone to damage or neglect if not maintained correctly, so ensuring you follow a good oral hygiene routine is key when it comes to the longevity of your composite bonding.

With proper care, the bonded teeth will last around 5-6 years before they require any kind of repair or polish.

Is composite bonding permanent?

Composite bonding is long-lasting, but not fully permanent. Due to the materials used in the bonding process not being as strong or durable as your natural tooth enamel, the composite will become damaged and stained over time.

Composite Bonding Pros and Cons
  • Inexpensive compared to similar, more invasive methods
  • Less of the natural tooth is removed or damaged in the application process than with alternative treatments
  • The procedure is often completed in a single visit
  • Anaesthetic is often not required
  • Lifespan of the composite can be lesser than that of alternative solutions
  • The treated area can be more prone to damage or breakages
  • The materials used are less stain-resistant than other alternative methods

At Waterside Dental Practice, we provide a wide range of cosmetic treatment including composite bonding, adult braces/Invisalign, Implants, Crowns, Veneers, teeth whitening and more.

Our team is always on hand to provide the very best advice when it comes to restoring your smile and advising you on the best options for your teeth.

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Waterside Dental Practice
40 Langdown Lawn
SO45 5GR

023 8084 3318

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