Dental Bonding in Wellington

This affordable solution can correct various dental issues such as chipped, stained, or misshapen teeth, making it a popular choice for patients seeking to improve the aesthetics of their smile.

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What is Dental Bonding?

Dental bonding is a dental procedure that can be used to improve the appearance of teeth. The treatment involves the application of a tooth-colored composite resin material to the tooth’s surface to repair and enhance its overall look.

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Dental bonding is one of the most affordable and cost-effective cosmetic dental procedures available today?

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With dental bonding, individuals with chipped, cracked or discolored teeth can achieve a brighter, more uniform smile, which can boost their confidence and self-esteem.


Unlike other cosmetic dental treatments such as veneers and crowns, which require the removal of a significant amount of tooth structure, bonding requires minimal removal of tooth enamel. This makes it a less traumatic procedure, with less pain and discomfort for the patient.


Compared to other cosmetic dental procedures, bonding is relatively inexpensive. This is because the materials used in bonding are less expensive than those used in other treatments such as veneers and crowns. Additionally, since bonding is a less complex procedure, it requires less chair time and fewer visits, which can further reduce the cost.

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Tooth Preparation

The dentist will begin by preparing the tooth surface by cleaning it and then etching it with an acidic solution. This process helps the composite resin material adhere better to the tooth.

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Composite Resin Application

The dentist will then apply the composite resin material to the tooth surface in layers. The material is hardened using a special curing light, and additional layers are applied until the desired shape and color is achieved.

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Shaping and Polishing

The dentist will shape and polish the composite resin material to ensure that it blends seamlessly with the surrounding teeth, and matches the natural color and shape of the tooth.

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Final Check

The dentist will perform a final check to ensure that the bonded tooth is aligned with the surrounding teeth, and that the bite is comfortable and functional.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Yes, you can eat normally after dental bonding. However, you should avoid hard, crunchy, or sticky foods for the first 24 hours after the procedure.

Yes, dental bonding can be used to close small gaps between teeth. However, for larger gaps, orthodontic treatment may be required.

Dental bonding can last anywhere from three to ten years, depending on how well you take care of your teeth.

No, dental bonding is typically not a painful procedure. In fact, local anesthesia is not usually necessary unless the tooth is decayed or damaged.

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