Composite Bonding

This article was medically reviewed by Dr. Uğur Tosun

Reyap Hospital – Istanbul, Turkey

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FaQ – Composite Bonding

How long does composite bonding last?

Composite bonding can last several years, typically around 5 to 10 years, depending on factors like oral hygiene, lifestyle habits, and the location of the bonding. Regular dental check-ups can help prolong its lifespan.

Is composite bonding suitable for everyone?

Composite bonding is suitable for most people looking to correct minor cosmetic dental issues. However, it may not be recommended for severely damaged teeth or in cases where a more durable solution is needed. A dentist’s evaluation is essential to determine suitability.

Can composite bonding be repaired or redone?

One of the most significant benefits of composite bonding is its ability to be repaired or redone, which adds to its appeal as a cosmetic dental treatment. Over time, composite bonding may chip, stain, or wear down, but these issues can usually be addressed without the need for a complete redo of the procedure.

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