Composite bonding is a dental procedure where a tooth-coloured resin material is applied to a tooth to repair damage or improve its appearance. The resin is moulded and shaped to improve the tooth’s existing shape, and then hardened with a special light to make it strong and durable.

Composite bonding can be used to repair chipped, worn or cracked teeth, close gaps between teeth, or even to fix minor cosmetic imperfections such as discolouration or misshapen teeth. The procedure is non-invasive and typically takes just one visit to your dentist to complete. Your dentist will carefully match the shade of the resin to your surrounding teeth so that the repair is virtually invisible.

Composite bonding can also be used in conjunction with other cosmetic treatments, lto fix minor irregularities post orthodontic treatment

It is important to note that composite bonding may not be suitable for all cases, and a thorough evaluation by a dental professional is necessary to determine the most appropriate treatment option for your specific needs.