Composite bonding is one of the most exciting advancements in dental care. This method of dental restoration can be used to protect teeth and fix minor imperfections.

Bonding is often used to create the appearance of straighter teeth, fix small chips or uneven teeth, close gaps, and even correct discoloration. Get in touch with Lasry Dental Clinic to find out how composite bonding can work for you.


Composite bonding in Beverly Hills

When you want results fast, composite bonding can help to create your dream smile in a fraction of the time. When all that is needed is a few minor adjustments, composite bonding can help you to achieve your perfect smile. The material is applied directly to your teeth and then shaped into the desired appearance. The material is then cured under UV light, creating a solid surface that is bonded directly to your tooth.

Composite bonding offers a fast alternative to treatments like orthodontics, veneers, and crowns. You can fix minor imperfections like chipped or cracked teeth, discoloration, crooked teeth, or gappy teeth. The bonding material is incredibly strong and durable and also looks similar to your natural tooth. This non invasive procedure can be completed in an afternoon, offering a comprehensive restoration with a natural appearance.

Achieve a smile makeover

Composite bonding is one of the fastest-growing cosmetic procedures available today. For patients who don’t want to go through extensive work like braces or veneers, composite bonding offers a fast solution. It’s the simplest way to achieve a smile makeover that can correct everything from stained teeth to years of damage.

Composite bonding is often referred to as a mini smile makeover, as it can provide transformation results in a short space of time. It can be used for whitening, straightening, and perfecting the teeth in a minimally-invasive way. If you want to be looking your best for a big event, and you don’t have time to spare, this offers an excellent treatment option.

The composite bonding procedure

The procedure is quick and pain-free. After numbing the treatment area, Dr. Lasry will prepare the surface of the teeth to make it easier for the solution to attach to it. The resin material is then applied directly to the teeth and shaped. When the desired shape is achieved, a UV light cures and hardens the material, creating a permanent bond to your tooth structure.

During your consultation appointment, you will be offered aftercare instructions to follow. The composite material may be more susceptible to staining from things like coffee or red wine. You may wish to undergo teeth whitening before composite bonding so that the colored resin material can be matched to your natural tooth color.

Is compositing bonding right for you?

Looking for a fast and cost-effective way to manage the minor imperfections in your smile? Composite bonding can help with:

  • Chipped or cracked teeth
  • Discoloration
  • Gaps
  • Misaligned teeth
  • Issues with your bite

Schedule a professional consultation today to find out more.

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FAQ About Composite Bonding

Composite bonding can last a long time with proper care, but the material is not designed to last a lifetime. Your bonding may last up to 10 years if you take good care of your teeth. You should avoid hard candy and ice cubes, as these can crack the material.

No, composite bonding does not ruin your teeth. Veneers, crowns, and bridges all require extensive preparation that strips away the enamel. This means you will need to have the restoration replaced if it fails. With composite bonding, the material may thin, fade, or chip, but it will not damage the tooth below.

For small imperfections, composite bonding can offer a quicker and less costly alternative to veneers. If you want to fix multiple teeth, veneers can be a better option.