Bonding Before & After

What is tooth bonding?

FAQs:

Q: When is tooth bonding used?

A:The tooth Bonding process uses composite resin material to reshape the surface or shape of your teeth

Q: What situations are most suitable for Bonding

A: Bonding can be used to make a simple addition to the edge or side of  a tooth but it can also be used to change the tooth shape and colour.

Q:What is the difference between Bonding and Porcelain Veneers?

A: Bonding uses Composite Resin, which is a BPA free plastic.  Porcelain Veneers are made of Porcelain.  The life expectancy for bonding is around 5 years, and unlike porcelain, it can be prone to chips and discolouration.  An advantage of bonding is that it has a lower cost and is easier to make changes

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