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This lady was unhappy with her uneven smile, therefore bonding was carried out to achieve this beautiful straight smile!

This lady had chipped her front teeth and smaller lateral incisors. After a small amount of teeth straightening was carried out, bonding was added to the tips of these teeth to create a fuller looking smile.

This patient came to us as he wanted to be able to eat again and was told he needed all his teeth taken out by another dentist!

Fortunately, there was enough tooth structure left for us to bond to, and so he got to keep his own teeth, enabling him to eat and smile with confidence again!

This young lady didn't like the gaps in between her teeth and so were closed with composite bonding in just one appointment!

This patient from London came to see us for a routine examination. The images below show photos of the worn teeth and photos of composite resin bonding carried out.

She was aware of grinding her teeth and of her worn teeth and was conscious of the way her teeth were changing shape and wearing down as a result of this.

She wanted to improve the appearance of her smile and protect the worn teeth. We suggested the use of composite resin bonding.

Firstly she used a home tooth whitening kit to lighten her teeth to a colour she was happy with. We then restored the lower teeth with directly placed composite resin. This required no adjustment of the natural tooth, only building back the lost tooth structure. At a separate visit we restored the edges and front surfaces of the upper six front teeth.

The patient was really pleased with her new smile and was happy that her teeth were protected from the ongoing wear. She was very happy that we had been able to do this with no damage to her natural tooth structure.

This lady initially came in to have her teeth straightened, however ended up also having bonding on her smaller lateral incisors to create a fuller smile!

This patient was very aware of grinding his teeth and had some uncomfortable sharp edges on his lower front teeth which had been repaired in the past but had now, some years later, chipped away.

Using photography we were able to show him how he was grinding his teeth at night and how he was wearing his teeth away. His front teeth had worn right through the enamel in some areas. This of particular concern as the softer dentine underlying the enamel wears ten times as fast!

This patient wanted to protect his teeth and was keen on restoring them rather than just wearing a night-guard to protect from the grinding. He did not want porcelain veneers or crowns and was keen a solution that was as gentle as possible to his teeth.

The lower teeth were restored in one visit and the upper teeth in the same way two weeks later. The upper and lower front six teeth were restored with direct composite bonding and no tooth structure was removed to do this. No anaesthetic was needed as we were purely adding to what was already there.

The direct bonding was adjusted so that the patient could still grind on it and fit his teeth together comfortably. The patient will go on to have a night guard made to protect his new smile as he'll almost certainly carry on grinding.

The patient was thrilled with the improvement to his smile made by simply replacing what he had worn away!

This patient came to see us for a routine examination.

He was largely unaware of the wear that was affecting his upper and lower front teeth as it had been happening over a long period of time. Once it was explained to him that he had worn right through the hard outer enamel and was now into the softer dentine which wears ten times as fast he was keen to do something about it.

Firstly he used a home tooth whitening kit to lighten his stained teeth.

We then decided to restore the teeth with directly placed composite resin. This required no adjustment of the natural tooth, only building back the lost tooth structure. Long term this may be replaced with ceramic materials.

The lower teeth were restored first in one session, followed a few weeks later by the upper teeth. The patient was really pleased with his new smile and was happy that his teeth were protected from the ongoing wear.

This patient from Kent came to see us for a routine examination.

She was aware of grinding her teeth and of her worn teeth and was conscious of the way her teeth were changing shape and wearing down as a result of this. She wanted to improve the appearance of her smile but in a very gentle way which would not involve any further damage to her teeth. We suggested the use of composite resin bonding as her wear was not too severe and she was only in her early 30's.

Firstly she used a home tooth whitening kit to lighten her stained teeth to a colour she was happy with. We then restored the lower teeth with directly placed composite resin. This required no adjustment of the natural tooth, only building back the lost tooth structure. Long term this may be replaced with ceramic materials. At a separate visit we restored the edges of the upper six front teeth.

The patient was really pleased with her new smile and was happy that her teeth were protected from the ongoing wear.

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