Dental Bonding – The Easy Way To A Beautiful Smile


When an accident or fall leaves you with a damaged or chipped tooth, you’ll probably start to think about exactly what your dentist might be able to do to get your smile back to normal.

Well, you will definitely be glad to hear that there are indeed methods available that can be used by the dentists to help repair your damaged tooth. One of the most common and effective ways to do this is with a process known as dental bonding.

What is Dental Bonding?

Dental bonding is the process of using a tooth-colored filling material to repair small areas of discoloration or damage of the teeth. Dental bonding is a safe and proven method of tooth repair that is used by dentists all over the world to solve a wide variety of cosmetic dental problems.

What Types of Dental Problems Can Bonding Solve?

There are many different situations where dental bonding can provide an effective solution for patients. Most commonly, dental bonding is used to repair small areas of accidental damage on teeth such as chips, scratches or other types of irregularities on the surface of a tooth. These areas of damage can be caused by a variety of factors, including sudden impacts to the mouth, biting down a particularly hard object, tooth grinding, or other types of physical stresses.

Dental bonding is also a potential solution to teeth that have been discolored or stained for a variety of reasons. The resulting inconsistent coloring of the teeth may not always be easily solved by other tooth whitening options, and so dental bonding may be considered as a corrective measure.

Dental bonding can also be an effective solution for reducing gaps between teeth. For patients with minor gaps who does not want to undergo a full orthodontic treatment procedure with braces or Invisalign, dental bonding can minimize the spaces between teeth in a way that looks very natural.

How Do I Care for Bonded Teeth?

Caring for teeth that have been repaired using dental bonding is simple. Majority of your normal dental care habits will still be necessary; brushing, flossing, and oral rinses are all essential habits that will help you care for your teeth. However, there are also a few things to keep in mind about bonded teeth.

It is recommended to avoid consumption of foods and drinks that can cause staining and discoloration of tooth enamel and even the material used in dental bonding.

For additional protection of bonded teeth, you can use a night guard that will help minimize the wear of the bonding material. This is especially important for anyone who has a tendency to grind their teeth during their sleep. 

Naturally, regular dental checkups and hygiene treatments should be followed as well. During these checkups, the dentist will closely inspect the bonded teeth and monitor the status of the repair. In the event that additional repairs are needed, your dentist will arrange your treatment to maintain the quality of oral health and avoid further problems. 

For further details and inquiries, make sure to contact Go Dental Clinic on +971 4 397 9522 or by clicking here.

What are Composite Veneers or Same Day Veneers?


Also known as Same-Day Veneers or Composite Bonding, Composite Veneers is an easy, painless and less invasive way to restore chipped, discolored or uneven teeth. It can also be used to close gaps between the teeth and cover discolorations.
A cosmetic dentist uses different shades of composite resin material which is sculpted on your teeth to produce beautiful, lifelike results, giving you a Smile Makeover in a single dental visit.

What are Composite Veneers Made From?

Composite Veneers are made from a composite resin material that is specially developed for dentistry. It is a paste that is applied to the tooth and sculpted into the desired shape and is hardened with a special light that cures the resin. The final restoration is then polished to give it the shine of natural teeth. Composite materials are extremely advanced and are continually being developed to produce more lifelike, translucent and better results for patients.

Composite resins are highly effective, completely safe and used world-wide to help patients restore their natural smile

Advantages of Composite Veneers

1. Same Day Treatment

A single visit is all that’s needed to get a beautiful Smile Makeover using Composite Veneers. Porcelain veneers require 2-3 appointments

2. Non-Invasive

Composite Veneers does not require or requires very less shaving of the teeth, unlike porcelain veneers where generally more enamel may be removed

3. Economical

Composite Veneers are generally cost less as compared to porcelain veneers

4. Realistic Results

Change the size, shape, and color of your teeth to fit your mouth and facial aesthetics

Disadvantages of Composite Veneers

1. Not Stain Resistant

Composite Veneer is not as stain-resistant like Porcelain Veneers as since the material is not the resin material is not as strong as porcelain

2. Less Durable

Composite Veneers chip and break easily if you are not careful about how you eat, especially biting on hard or sticky foods

3. Higher Replacement Rate

Composite Veneers will need to be fixed and replaced more frequently due to the nature of the resin material

4. Artistic Flair

Since Composite Veneers are not made by a trained Dental Lab Technician, choosing the right Cosmetic Dentist to do your composite veneers is very important to receive a natural and aesthetic look

Since you can put Composite Veneers on as many teeth as you choose, there are no limits to achieving the perfect smile. Composite Veneers are a great cosmetic alternative to other cosmetic dentistry procedures and can correct a variety of problems that are causing you to be self-conscious about your smile.

At Go Dental Clinic, we offer a wide range of Cosmetic Dentistry procedures that will greatly improve your smile and enhance the aesthetics of your face. If you’re interested in having a Composite Veneer Smile Makeover, please Contact Us on 04-3979522 at any time to book a consultation with one of our Cosmetic Dentists.

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