Composite Bonding

Composite Bonding is a form of restoration performed as an alternative to porcelain veneers on darkened, cracked, or small-scale fractures, slightly crooked or gap teeth. Composite fillings/bondings are also known as resin fillings. It is the re-correction of teeth that have deteriorated, broken, discolored, or changed their position with the help of composite materials.

During the procedures, the damaged or decayed part of the tooth is removed and then the tooth is cleaned. In addition, special adhesives are applied to the teeth. After this procedure, composite fillings are placed on the teeth. But the form of treatment is also called an aesthetic filling because it produces aesthetically effective results on the teeth. The dentist gives the desired aesthetic appearance to the problematic tooth or teeth with the help of composite (aesthetic) filling material.


  • Treatment time is short. It is usually finished in a single appointment.
  • It is an aesthetic treatment.
  • It is cheaper than porcelain veneers.
  • It is easier to repair or renew.


  • Particularly depending on the person’s oral care and eating habits, deterioration in the structure of the filling material or color change may occur over time.
  • Since Composite bonding is not as strong as tooth enamel or porcelain, it can easily break or dislodge, especially if it is heavily loaded.
  • May require repair or replacement every 1 or 2 years.

A composite filling can be considered for the repair of cavities in the teeth. It is also possible to fill the gaps between the teeth with the help of composite filling.

Cracked or broken teeth can be repaired with this filling treatment.

A composite filling has an important role in closing the gaps between the teeth.

In addition, it can be preferred to improve the color appearance of the teeth.

And also, it can be preferred for making the teeth look longer.

This filling method can also be applied to change the shape of the teeth and to offer an aesthetic alternative to amalgam fillings.

On the other hand, in case of a receding of the gums, composite filling treatment may be preferred to protect a certain part of the tooth root.

Composite fillings have a treatment process that ends in about 2 hours depending on the number of teeth.

They last about 2 years, and after that time they need to be replaced with new ones or veneers.

It is normal for the fillings to turn yellow over time.

We have options for you at affordable prices for aesthetic purposes and for individuals who care about your health.

Your teeth are worth it!

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