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Composite bonding vs veneers

If you’d like to correct gaps between your teeth, chips, fractures, misshapen teeth or discolouration, composite bonding and porcelain veneers can help. An extremely durable type of veneer, porcelain veneers are thin shells of porcelain, bonded to the front surface of a tooth. Composite bonding is a process where composite resin is applied to a tooth and sculpted into shape. If you’re exploring your options, it can be useful to understand the differences between the two.

Interested in veneers or composite bonding?

If you’d like to learn more about veneers or composite bonding, get in touch with your local practice to arrange a consultation with your dentist. They’ll be able to advise which treatment is best for you.


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