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Looking to fill gaps in between your teeth or get a brighter, whiter smile? Composite bonding could be just the treatment you are looking for. We have an array of dental procedures on offer at Vera Smile dental clinic. If you’re searching for a fast, minimally invasive, and affordable treatment, this could be the right one to go for.

What is Composite Bonding?

Some might have seen composite bonding advertised as teeth bonding or dental bonding. It’s a procedure that acts as a solution for small damages or gaps in your teeth. It is considered a minimally invasive dental procedure, as it doesn’t require much intervention, compared to dental implants or other dental treatments. Teeth bonding will fill in chips in between your teeth, repair fractures, and hide gaps. It will also help with discolored teeth. The resin that will be attached to your teeth during the procedure can act as a cover. Your teeth’ colour and the resin will be matched up to ensure everything looks natural.

In the UK, this procedure isn’t covered by the NHS. Therefore, many of our customers fly over from the UK to complete the procedure of teeth bonding in Turkey, at Vera Smile. Our talented dentists always do a great job and have been awarded for their commendable dental and cosmetic skills. Book your consultation for composite bonding today and organize your trip to see us in Turkey.

The Process of Composite Bonding at Vera Smile

At Vera Smile, we ensure minimal preparation is required for dental bonding. In most cases, anesthesia isn’t necessary unless we’re filling a decayed tooth or need to alter its shape near the nerve. Using a shade guide, we meticulously select a composite resin color that seamlessly matches your tooth’s natural shade.

During the bonding process, we begin by roughening the tooth’s surface and applying a conditioning liquid to facilitate material adherence. Then, we apply the tooth-colored resin, shaping it to perfection before hardening it with a bright light or laser. After hardening, we meticulously trim, shape, and polish the material to blend seamlessly with the rest of your tooth’s surface.

Our efficient procedures typically complete teeth bonding in just 30 to 60 minutes per tooth. While dental bonding has its limitations, we at Vera Smile believe it’s best suited for small cosmetic changes and short-term corrections, especially for front teeth with minimal bite pressure. Consult with us to determine the ideal cosmetic approach tailored to your needs.

The Benefits of Composite Bonding

Composite bonding is performed in just a single visit to our dental clinic in Turkey. It’s a fast and effective way to fix your teeth, mainly their color, and small fractures or gaps. The composite is hardened using a UV light straight after it’s been applied. This process results in a strong tooth that you can comfortably bite down on and should last for a few years. The main benefits of teeth bonding are:

  • It’s a non-invasive procedure
  • Fast procedure time, only one sitting
  • Improves your smile quickly
  • Causes no damage to your teeth
  • More affordable than crowns or veneers
  • Lasts for years if you keep your teeth in good condition

Our customers always feel refreshed and more confident after undergoing composite bonding. Therefore, this procedure continues to be popular at Vera Smile.

Alternatives to Composite Bonding

There are many advantages to the teeth bonding procedure but some decide to go for other dental work, such as, dental crowns, veneers or a Hollywood smile treatment. It depends on what you are looking for. When it comes down to dental treatments, your age, the condition of your teeth, and how much you are willing to spend, matter a lot. Here are some details about the alternatives to composite bonding:

Veneers – Known for lasting a long time, made from different materials and your tooth will need to be shaved down a bit to fit them. Lumineers are another type. of veneers that don’t require the initial shaving of the enamel.

Crowns – Like veneers, your teeth can be damaged when crowns are fitted, and some of the exterior parts of your teeth need to be removed.

Both alternatives can cause more damage to your teeth than composite bonding. Reason why, many decide to book a composite bonding treatment instead. You can browse our other dental treatments if you are open to considering different options. We also offer hair transplants in Turkey. All to offer you a complete range of treatments to suit your needs.

Cost of teeth bonding in Turkey

On average, the cost of dental bonding for cosmetic purposes typically ranges between $300 and $600 per tooth. However, prices can vary widely, from under $100 per tooth to over $1,000 per tooth, depending on several factors:

  1. The location and accessibility of the tooth requiring bonding.
  2. The complexity of the procedure required.
  3. The number of teeth involved in the treatment.
  4. The type of bonding required (filling or cosmetic).
  5. The geographical location of the dental office and the expertise of the dental professional.

This last factor can significantly reduce the cost of composite bonding if you opt for Turkey as the location of the dental clinic of your choice. Generally, Dental treatments in Turkey are cheaper than most other countries, due to several factors. These factors don’t affect the quality of the treatment whatsoever. The reason why, Turkey is the favorite dental tourism destination for most patients. Check out our prices page for an estimated cost of teeth bonding in Turkey. Or contact us directly to get a specific breakdown of the cost of teeth bonding for your case.


Can Composite Bonding and Teeth Whitening Work Together?

As composite bonding is a solution for stained teeth and fillings, it can be used with teeth whitening procedures. This way you will get the brightest shining teeth possible, and some dentists will recommend you get whitening before your composite bonding. Get in contact with us to discuss our recommendations and suggestions pre-procedure. At Vera Smile, we always match up the composite resin with your teeth’ color, so we recommend getting your teeth to the color you like before you start the bonding. You won’t be able to whiten your teeth further once we have placed the bond.

How Do You Keep the Composite Bond Strong After the Procedure?

After you have undergone the procedure, you will want to keep the composite bond in the best condition possible or the treatment won’t have been worth it. To ensure your composite bond stays strong and doesn’t become stained, you should avoid dark-coloured drinks like tea, coffee, and smoking for 48 hours after the procedure. Stick to your dental routine by brushing your teeth and visiting an oral hygienist regularly to keep your teeth in the best condition possible. Also, make sure you don’t bite your nails as this could chip the material on your teeth, remember it won’t be as strong as your normal teeth. Avoid any damage at all costs!

How Long Does Composite Bonding Last?

Composite bonding in Turkey should last for years if you are willing to keep your teeth in good condition by regularly brushing them and visiting the dentist often. The procedure will be 100% worth it.

What are the disadvantages of Teeth bonding?

Teeth bonding has limitations compared to other dental treatments. It doesn’t resist stains as effectively as crowns and may not last as long or be as durable as crowns, veneers, or fillings. Additionally, the bonding materials can chip or break off from the tooth.

Can Composite Bonding Be Repaired If Damaged?

Yes, if you accidentally damage your bonding, it can easily be repaired if broken. This isn’t always the case with dental treatments, you might have a harder time repairing veneers or crowns. This is another perk of composite bonding!

Why Is Teeth Bonding Done?

Teeth bonding is an option that can be considered:

  • To repair decayed teeth (composite resins are used to fill cavities)
  • To repair chipped or cracked teeth
  • To improve the appearance of discolored teeth
  • To close spaces between teeth
  • To make teeth look longer
  • To change the shape of teeth
  • As a cosmetic alternative to amalgam fillings
  • To protect a portion of the tooth’s root that has been exposed when gums recede

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