Composite Tooth Repair & Cosmetic Dental Bonding in Ealing
What Is Composite Bonding?
Cosmetic dental bonding, also known as composite full build-ups, is a gentle, tooth preserving, tissue friendly, non-invasive and efficient process that some dentist master in order to repair, cracked, worn down, discoloured, misaligned, misshaped teeth for the purpose of creation of nicer looking teeth and smile.
Composites are white or natural-looking materials that have been used in dentistry for over 30 years. Most of us already have white or composite fillings.
Composite dental bonding can be used for just a small fix of a single tooth or more extensively on several teeth that show the most when you smile, like a mini smile makeover.
In some severe cases of tooth wear, composite full build-ups can be considered in order to restore the lost volume of the teeth through years of function in the oral environment.
SSS clinic in London, with a convenient location in West Ealing, is proud to offer these services in the hands of our extremely capable and experienced dental surgeon.
Cosmetic Full build ups/Bondings for Your Perfect Smile
Composite Bonding involves taking accurate impressions and jaw registrations of your teeth – having them send send off to a high-end laboratory for a ‘wax-up’ of the perceived end result.
Using this wax-up, we would then sculpt and create tooth-matched ‘infill’s’ to cover the insufficiencies until the gaps are closed. This option represents the quickest and most cost effective mode of alterations that could work for majority of our patients who do not wish to have their natural teeth touched at all.
Bonding is used for a variety of cosmetic dental procedures including:
- Repairing broken and chipped teeth
- Closing small gaps between teeth
- Reshaping teeth
- Smile makeovers – composite Veneers
- Camouflage minor imperfections and marks
- Masking discoloured teeth
Total treatment will include:
- Home whitening system
- Diagnostic wax up using UK based Laboratory
- up to 4 hour session to build up, perfect, polish and glaze all teeth involved.
- Review and photograph post operative session
Advantages of treatment:
- Rapid improvement, Your teeth will look nicer and more naturally healthy.
- Very minimal treatment to the biology of your teeth thus protecting the nerve of teeth
- Colour and shading can be matched to your whitened teeth
- Moderate degree of predictability and longevity
- Good compromise of treatment, Good quality of outcome
- Anaesthetic is usually not required
- Composite bonding can usually be placed in 1-2 visits
- Teeth that are chipped or broken will function better
- You may have less trouble eating and with food getting stuck in your teeth
- If a gap has created a speech problem, having it closed should help
- Your smile will be more attractive
- Your confidence will soar because you will not be afraid to smile
- They can easily be replaced or re-polished
Disadvantages of Treatment:
- Can stain over time (7-10 years)( heavy smokers and coffee drinkers)
- Will require re-glazing and polishing occasionally
- Composite bonding can chip more easily than porcelain Veneers. It is important to avoid such habits as biting fingernails, chewing pens, and toffee, ice or hard foods.
- Why composite bonding instead of porcelain veneers? It’s an ideal and often less expensive solution for people with spaces, chips, staining, or slightly crooked or misshapen teeth.
- Composite bonding has a shorter lifespan compared to porcelain Veneers. The lifespan depends on how much was done and your oral health habits and oral hygiene.
Smile and Take Action
The first step on your way to a brighter smile and a better future is to come into our clinic in 148 Uxbridge road, london W13 8SB to meet our professional dentist at SSS Clinic and have a consultation and evaluation. Dr Dariush Hoshyar is our genuinly kind and experienced dental surgeon in the area of restorative and cosmetic composite dental bonding and tooth repair, with over 28 years in the field of none invasive dentistry. You will be amazed at how simple the process is, how confident your dentist is, the “practical miracles” he can work, and how great your new smile will make you feel.