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Composite Bonding

Composite Bonding

Composite bonding is a type of cosmetic dentistry whereby we repair and restore the appearance of your natural teeth. We use composite bonding to correct minor damage and imperfections in your teeth. It is frequently combined with professional teeth whitening as an ideal way to correct imperfections and create the smile makeover you have always desired! 

GIVING YOU, YOUR CONFIDENCE BACK BY COMPOSITE BONDING

Patients usually love composite bonding treatments as they can get cosmetic improvements to their smile in a single sitting. The composite resin is applied and molded by our cosmetic dentist to match the colour of your teeth, creating a natural-looking result and transforming your smile immediately.

The treatment is quick and can be done in a single visit to the Dr. Renu Dental Clinic. Composite bonding is a painless and non-invasive procedure. We do not remove any part of the tooth. The tooth structure remains intact and will not be damaged. Composite bonding is a way to fix chips, cracks, or spaces between teeth. It can also be used to fix discoloration, giving you a new smile.

WHEN DOES ONE NEED composite bonding?

  • Chipped or cracked teeth: The composite resin can be applied to repair and restore damaged areas, making the teeth look whole again.

 

  • Gaps between teeth: The resin can be used to fill in small gaps and spaces between teeth, improving the overall alignment of the smile.

 

  • Discolored teeth: Teeth that are discolored or stained can be covered with a composite material that matches the color of the surrounding teeth, giving a more uniform appearance.

 

  • Misshapen teeth: Irregularly shaped teeth can be reshaped and contoured using the composite material to create a more harmonious smile.

 

  • Exposed tooth roots: In cases of gum recession, where the roots of the teeth become exposed, composite bonding can be used to cover and protect the sensitive root surfaces.

 

  • Tooth cavities: As a cosmetic alternative to traditional fillings

care after composite bonding

  • Oral Hygiene: Good oral hygiene practices, such as regular brushing, flossing, and routine dental check-ups, can help maintain the integrity of the bonded teeth and prevent decay or staining.

 

  • Diet: It is advisable to avoid excessive consumption of items like coffee, tea, red wine, and dark-colored berries.

 

  • Teeth Grinding and Clenching: Individuals who grind or clench their teeth (bruxism) may experience faster wear and tear on the bonded surfaces.

 

  • Smoking and Tobacco Use: Smoking and using tobacco products can contribute to discoloration and compromise the bonding's longevity.

 

  • Nail Biting and Chewing on Hard Objects: These habits can put excess pressure on the bonded teeth, potentially causing chips or fractures.

 

  • Location of the Bonding: Composite bonding on the front teeth is more exposed to wear and tear.

 

  • Quality of the Bonding Procedure: The skill of the dentist and the quality of the materials used in the bonding procedure can influence how well the bonding holds up over time.

cost of composite bonding in jaipur

  • The cost of composite bonding in Jaipur may range from INR 2,000 to INR 8,000 per tooth. 

Frequently asked questions about composite bonding

Q 1: What is composite bonding?

Composite bonding is a cosmetic dental procedure in which a tooth-colored composite resin material is applied to the surface of teeth to improve their appearance, shape, and alignment.

Q 2: Is composite bonding painful?

Composite bonding is not painful

Q 3: How long does the composite bonding procedure take?

The duration of the procedure depends on the number of teeth being bonded. Generally, it can be completed in a single dental visit, usually within an hour or two.

Q 4: Will the composite bonding match the color of my other teeth?

Yes, the dentist will select a shade of composite resin that matches the color of your natural teeth, ensuring a seamless blend with your smile.

Q 5: Can composite bonding fix chipped or cracked teeth?

Yes, composite bonding is an effective solution for repairing chipped or cracked teeth, restoring them to their original appearance.

Q 6: How long does composite bonding last?

The lifespan of composite bonding can vary from 5 to 10 years or longer with proper care.

Q 7: Can I eat and drink normally after composite bonding?

It's best to avoid consuming extremely hard or sticky foods immediately after the procedure. However, you can generally resume your normal eating and drinking habits shortly after the bonding is complete.

Q 8: Will I need to change my oral hygiene routine after composite bonding?

No significant changes are usually required. Continue to practice good oral hygiene by brushing, flossing, and visiting your dentist regularly for check-ups.

Q 9: Can I get composite bonding if I have cavities?

Yes, composite bonding can be used to fill cavities, serving both a restorative and cosmetic purpose. However, the cavity must be treated first before the bonding procedure.

Q 10: Is composite bonding a permanent solution?

While composite bonding is relatively long-lasting, it is not considered a permanent solution. The material may require maintenance or replacement over time.

Q 11: Is composite bonding suitable for all dental concerns?

While composite bonding is versatile, it may not be the best option for every dental issue. Your dentist will evaluate your specific needs and recommend the most suitable treatment for you.

Q 12: Does dental insurance cover composite bonding?

Check with your dental insurance provider to understand your coverage.

 

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