Teeth Reshaping Gap Closing in Salford

Aesthetic recontouring of your teeth involves small, minimal adjustment of your teeth to reshape and level your smile. By altering the way your teeth reflect the light we can help to camouflage twisted or misshapen teeth without more invasive procedures.

Non Invasive Tooth re-shaping and Gap closing.

If you have chipped or spaced teeth or teeth that are not quite the right shape or size, we can offer a treatment to improve the appearance of those teeth without injections or drilling away healthy tooth structure.

By using composite bonding techniques, teeth can be built up and reshaped using materials that are carefully matched to your teeth and then highly polished to give an excellent and natural result.

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Your gums frame and drape your teeth. Like a beautiful picture in the wrong frame, if the levels and shape of your gums aren't right, your smile may not look right. By altering the shapes of your gums, we can lengthen your teeth and improve your confidence in your smile.

Lengthen the appearance of your teeth by reshaping your gums.

Shorten, smoothen or level your teeth to improve your smile line.


Composite bonding is a dental procedure that can help to improve the appearance of your teeth. This treatment uses a composite resin material that is bonded to the teeth to restore or enhance their shape, size, and colour.

One of the primary benefits of composite bonding is its ability to repair damaged or chipped teeth. It can also help to fill gaps between teeth and improve their alignment.

Composite bonding is an affordable and quick alternative to porcelain veneers or crowns. It is a non-invasive procedure that can be completed in a single visit to a cosmetic dentist.

During the treatment, the dentist will use a composite material to sculpt the desired shape of the tooth or teeth. The bonding material will then be applied to the teeth and hardened with a special curing light. Once the bonding material has cured, the dentist will refine the finish and polish the teeth to achieve a natural-looking, attractive result.

Composite bonding can be used to improve the appearance of discoloured teeth, creating a whiter smile. The bonding material can also be colour-matched to natural teeth, ensuring seamless integration with your existing smile.

With proper care and maintenance, composite bonding can provide a long-term, permanent solution for cosmetic issues such as chips, gaps, and discolouration. It is important to maintain good oral hygiene practices and avoid habits such as smoking or excessive alcohol consumption to ensure the longevity of your composite bonding treatment.

Consult an expert cosmetic dentist to learn more about composite bonding and its suitability for your dental needs. With the help of a friendly team of experts, you can achieve a brighter, healthier smile in no time.

If you're considering composite bonding as a solution for your cosmetic dental issues, one of the primary questions you may have is whether or not the process is painful. The good news is that composite bonding is a relatively pain-free dental procedure that can provide impressive results.

During the composite bonding process, your dentist will first numb the areas of your mouth that will be worked on. This is typically done using a local anaesthetic, which will prevent you from feeling any pain or discomfort during the procedure.

Once the numbing has taken effect, your dentist will begin the bonding process. They will use a composite resin material to sculpt and shape the bonding material onto your teeth, filling in gaps or repairing chips or other cosmetic issues.

While the bonding process itself is not typically painful, it's worth noting that you may experience some sensitivity or discomfort after the procedure. This is due to the fact that the composite resin material can slightly alter the shape of your teeth, which can cause some initial discomfort.

However, this discomfort is usually temporary and can be managed with over-the-counter pain relief medication, such as ibuprofen. Additionally, your dentist may recommend using a sensitive toothpaste or avoiding hot or cold foods and drinks for a short period after the bonding process.

Overall, composite bonding is a minimally invasive, pain-free dental procedure that can provide impressive results. If you're still concerned about any potential discomfort, it's always a good idea to discuss your concerns with your dentist before the procedure so that they can address any potential issues and help you feel more comfortable throughout the process.

Composite bonding has become an increasingly popular dental procedure for a wide range of individuals who are looking to address cosmetic issues with their teeth. This treatment is recommended for individuals who are looking for a simple and affordable option to improve the appearance of their smile without undergoing invasive procedures or breaking the bank.

Composite bonding is best suited for those who have minor cosmetic issues, such as chipped or broken teeth, small gaps, or discoloured teeth. It is a fantastic alternative to traditional cosmetic dentistry treatments that may require more time and resources, such as dental crowns or bridges.

If you are looking to restore your teeth to their original appearance, composite bonding may be the perfect choice for you. It is always best to discuss your options with an experienced and qualified cosmetic dentist, who can help you determine if this procedure is right for your unique needs and goals.

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