Dental Bonding –
Repair and Refine Your Smile

Dental bonding is a fantastic way to repair broken and chipped teeth, helping you achieve a beautiful, natural-looking smile in a quick and easy procedure.

What Is Dental Bonding?

Dental bonding is a straightforward procedure that works to restore the shape of a chipped or broken tooth in a single session. Dental bonding can also be used to fill in large gaps between the teeth, or elongate the teeth when required.

Bonds consist of a tooth-colored synthetic resin that acts as an artificial part of your tooth. The process of getting dental bonding is simple pain-free and typically takes less than one hour. Results are indistinguishable from your natural teeth, both aesthetically and functionally, so you don’t have to make dietary adjustments after treatment.

How Do I Know If Dental Bonding Is Right For Me?

Here are some of the most common reasons why you might consider dental bonding:

  • You grind your teeth in your sleep or when you’re anxious and have worn down the enamel of your teeth.
  • You have a large gap between your front teeth that you’d like to close
  • You chipped your teeth in an accident or while chewing on hard food
  • Some of your teeth are longer than others and you would like to even them out

Dental Bonding: What Does The Procedure Involve?

Initial Consultation

First, we’ll invite you to our office for a consultation, where we’ll assess the current condition of your teeth, and advise whether dental bonding is suitable.

Prep The Teeth

We’ll prepare your teeth by slightly roughening the surface, enabling the resin to stick firmly for long-lasting results.

Apply The Resin

We’ll then apply an intermediary liquid to the tooth, over which we’ll place the resin.

Shape The Tooth

To give you the most natural results, we’ll shape the resin precisely to match the tooth on the opposite side. We’ll then harden the resin in just a few minutes by placing it under a UV light.

Ready To Transform Your Smile With Dental Bonding?

Book a consultation with our experts led by Dr Sarah Latterell – where we’ll answer any questions you have about dental bonding, and give you a quote for the treatment.