Dental Bonding Sydney

The high quality, minimally invasive way to rejuvenate your teeth.

  • Tooth bonding
  • Dental bonding
  • Composite bonding

Professor Ironside can effectively shape and contour your teeth with our high-quality bonding resin for superior results. This can significantly improve the appearance of a tooth and is usually done in a single office visit.

Bonding

When is dental bonding required?

Bonding can be used as an alternative to veneers to restore teeth that are damaged and enhance the way your teeth look. Bonding can be used for teeth that have been affected by chips, cracks or discolouration.

Bonding can significantly improve the appearance of a tooth and can usually be done in a single office visit. We are able to effectively shape and contour your teeth with our high quality bonding resin for superior results. Your bonded tooth should last from 3 to 5 years prior to needing repair.

“Accuracy and precision have been important to me from a very young age”

Professor Jim Ironside

The process of dental bonding

The process of this treatment is actually quite simple! Best of all, it is minimally invasive and involves minimal preparation of your natural tooth! The dental bonding process includes:

  • The tooth is first prepared for bonding by lightly etching the surface
  • The tooth is then coated with a bonding liquid
  • Once the liquid has set, a plastic resin is applied sculptured it into the desired shape

When the resin has set, it is trimmed and polished to a natural appearance.

Ask a question or
book your consultation

Please fill in the online enquiry form to ask a question or book your consultation. Professor Ironside looks forward to seeing you soon.

Or call today on (02) 9267 3495

Rome wasn’t built in a day, neither was your smile

Professor Jim Ironside

Frequently asked questions about dental bonding

How long does bonding material last?

Typically, bonding material can last up to 10 years. However, how long it lasts will greatly depend on your oral health habits. If you attend regular dental check-ups and clean and floss your teeth frequently, it can help to increase the longevity of the bonding material.

Dental bonding would have to be amongst some of the most cost-effective cosmetic treatments and can also usually be performed in one visit to Professor Ironside’s practice. In comparison to veneers and crowns, dental bonding involves removing less enamel, maintaining more of your natural tooth.

Bonding can address an array of dental conditions. Some of these include:

  • Misshapen teeth
  • Misaligned teeth
  • Cracked teeth
  • Chipped teeth
  • Decaying teeth
  • Stained teeth
  • Gapped teeth