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    Injection Moulded Composite Bonding

    20/02/2021

    injection moulded composite bonding before and after showing the results of the treatment from dental on the banks

    Along with standard composite bonding (which is a very popular treatment); we also offer the advanced injection moulded composite bonding treatment to help you get the smile aesthetic that you have always wanted. Experts in their field, our aesthetic dentists can offer this as an option if your case requires more in-depth attention to detail or in more comprehensive gaves to get the look that you want.


    Injection moulded composite bonding involves the use of a custom mould being used to help shape your natural teeth with the white composite material. Your aesthetic dentist injects the composite material into this mould (you receive no injections into your mouth or gums at all – a needle is only used for the mould). In tandem with this, composite bonding also does not require any drilling of your teeth. Most cases are complete in only one appointment and you can leave our practice with a brand new smile after this popular treatment!


    Below you can see an example of a recent injection moulded composite bonding case that our aesthetic dentist Dr. Junaid completed. As you can see, the patient’s smile is totally transformed and is empowered with a very visual aesthetic of straight white teeth that are uniform in size and perfectly symmetrical for the smile:

    injection moulded composite bonding before and after showing the results of the treatment from dental on the banks

    injection moulded composite bonding before and after showing the results of the treatment from dental on the banksWhile composite bonding works to improve the shape, size and colour of your teeth – it can also be used in certain cases to help some close gaps and make your teeth appear more finished and complete. As such, it is usually one of the last treatments that patients would receive. For example they may start with Invisalign to straighten their smile, this is then followed by teeth whitening to brighten and whiten the teeth and then the smile would be finished with composite bonding as the final finishing touch. Some teeth may only require some composite at the edges of their teeth – this is referred to as edge bonding.

    injection moulded composite bonding before and after showing the results of the treatment from dental on the banks

    injection moulded composite bonding before and after showing the results of the treatment from dental on the banks


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