The appearance of our teeth can really get us down. If we don't feel confident in our smile, it can make us reluctant to talk, laugh, or eat in front of other people. You might even find yourself covering your mouth when you speak or smile. Cracked, discoloured, gapped and generally imperfect teeth can really affect the way we present ourselves to the world.
You're not alone. In fact, half of the British population are unhappy with their teeth, triggering feelings of anxiety and self-consciousness in their social and professional lives.
If you're looking to drastically improve the appearance of your smile without invasive or painful treatments, Dee Dental's composite bonding is for you.
Composite bonding involves applying a tooth-coloured material, or composite, on the surface of a tooth to change its shape, size, or colour. It can enhance the appearance of a single tooth or completely transform the appearance of your smile. The treatment offers a solution to a myriad of issues, including crack, gaps and discolouration.
Composite bonding is becoming an increasingly popular, safe and non-invasive treatment option for dental patients in Scotland who want to improve the shape, colour and appearance of their teeth. Due to the recent advancements in dental technology and composite materials used for teeth bonding, composite bonding procedures have never been safer or more effective.
The composite bonding procedure is incredibly versatile; its range of different uses include:
At Dee Dental, we're dedicated to providing you with both the highest quality care and the highest quality results. In our comfortable clinic, you'll receive bespoke treatment options based on your individual needs. Our team is here to ensure you take full advantage of the benefits of choosing composite bonding, including:
Contact our friendly team today to arrange and initial consultation, and we can talk you through your options.
The modern and comfortable Dee Dental practice is based in Paisley, offering high-quality bonding treatment to dental patients in Glasgow and in the local area. Our experienced team offer affordable dental treatment in conjunction with friendly service, to ensure all our patients are well cared for and satisfied with the work carried out.
The Dee Dental team sees composite bonding as a simple solution for a beautiful smile and improved oral health.
Contact our dental practice today on 0141 737 5488 for reliable composite bonding treatment in Glasgow or Paisley.
Cosmetic dental bonding is a procedure in which a tooth-coloured material, or composite, is applied to the surface of the tooth to change its shape, size or colour. This can improve the appearance of a single tooth or help transform your entire smile.
Thanks to the advancements in dentistry, the procedure can now be used to disguise imperfections such as gaps, minor tooth rotations and chips with absolutely no damage to the teeth.
But, isn't that just the same as a crown or porcelain veneer?
No, dental bonding differs as unlike crowns and veneers they don't need to be created in a lab and then permanently fixed to the teeth. Cosmetic bonding treatments can be completed in a single visit and have much lower costs compared to crowns or veneers.
The composite resin used for bonding treatment allows the Dee Dental team to achieve a perfect colour match to each patient's natural teeth. This means patients can always expect excellent results when undergoing treatment for composite bonding Glasgow.
The treatment starts with a friendly chat with your dentist. In this initial consultation, patients can discuss which imperfections they'd wish to cover and be advised on the best treatment for their situation.
Once the treatment has been agreed on, the first step is to colour-match the composite with your natural teeth, making sure that it blends in seamlessly before it is applied to the tooth surface.
The resin is then carefully smoothed, shaped and used to hide whatever imperfections you wish to disguise. Once shaped, the composite is hardened.
After these simple steps, you’ll be left with a new smile and heightened confidence to match.
Many of our clients opt to combine composite bonding with our teeth whitening service to achieve the brightest and most brilliant white smile possible. Speak to our dental team in Paisley to discuss your needs and find out if we can provide it with interest-free finance (subject to a soft credit check).
As time goes by, the material used for the bonding will begin to dull and perhaps pick up staining and general wear and tear. The best way to protect your teeth and prolong the composite's lifespan is by keeping up with good oral care.
This means brushing your teeth regularly, avoid damaging food and drink and keeping up with your regular check-ups to ensure your composites are well maintained.
However, once the bonding needs some attention, you can choose to have it polished, replaced or recontoured to keep up your perfect smile.
Why not register with the Dee Dental Paisley practice today to ensure your composites are properly cared for long after treatment is carried out.
Composite bonding lasts up to five years on average. The reason for composites failing is because they can naturally chip, stain, or become worn over time.
But do not worry as the treatment is completely safe to perform more than once. If you notice your smile beginning to dim or your composites becoming damaged, just pop back to our surgery for a composite 'top up'.
Composite bonding is a more affordable alternative to dental veneers but can look just as good. What veneers offer is durability, increased resistance to stains and chips and a longer lifespan.
Despite the fact composites are not as long-lasting as veneers, composite bonding is a highly cost-effective alternative that can be repeated without damaging your teeth. This is because, unlike veneers, no preparation of the tooth is needed, so the tooth is fully preserved even after treatment.
Get in touch today for a free virtual composite bonding consultation.
One of our dental experts will give you all the details you need on the procedure and talk you through what's best for your circumstance.