Tooth Bonding

Tooth bonding is a procedure in which a tooth-coloured composite resin is bonded to the front surface of the tooth with the result lasting from 5-10 years after which it may need replacing due to general wear and tear, plaque build-up and stains. Bonding can correct slightly crooked front teeth and improve the appearance of cracked or chipped front teeth.

Bonding can also be used to reduce the appearance of small gaps between front teeth. Bonding procedures generally only take one dental visit. The composite resin used in tooth bonding is not as strong as that used in porcelain veneers, and can chip, however these marks can be easily repaired.

See our brochure: Tooth Bonding

Dr Theresa Cooke discussing tooth bonding with patient at Bowman Dental Bathurst

Bowman Dental

02 6331

104 Piper Street, Bathurst NSW