Composite bonding is one of the easiest ways to solve different dental problems including chipped or cracked teeth, decaying teeth, discolored teeth, spaces between teeth, or restoring lost teeth structure. Composite bonding involves applying a tooth coloured composite resin material to existing teeth. The resin is molded by dental experts so that it creates a perfect match with the surrounding teeth. It is widely used across the world for whitening or masking discoloured teeth, improving cosmetic structure, filling dental gaps or cavities, and repairing broken or fractured teeth. All in all, composite bonding or dental bonding is a perfect solution for solving minor dental imperfections.
Who needs a composite bonding procedure?
Spotted or discoloured teeth – often caused due to excessive coffee or smoking
Decaying teeth or cavities
Spaces and gaps between teeth
Receding gums or exposed roots
Fractured, chipped, or cracked teeth
Mismatched teeth size—making teeth look longer
Alternative to amalgam or metallic fillings
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What are the risks or side effects involved in a composite bonding procedure?
Composite dental bonding is a relatively risk-free dental procedure. Here are some uncommon side effects that composite bonding procedure may result in:
Allergic reactions: In some rare conditions, patients may experience an allergic reaction to the coloured composite resin, dental equipment, or other medication that may be used in the procedure.
Infection: In very rare cases, patients may develop an infection or tooth decay if the tooth has not been properly cleaned and sterilized before the composite bonding procedure is being done.
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