Daily life can take a huge toll on the appearance of our smile. Staining can build up, and the acidic nature of some of our favourite foods and drinks can lead to tooth damage and decay. At Highfield, our patients can find a solution to this incredibly common problem, and find the confidence to show off their smile once more, with a careful restoration of their teeth at the hands of our skilled team.
We always take a minimally invasive approach to dentistry, meaning that we do as little damage as possible to tissues in order to return teeth to their natural state. Our dentists are incredibly experienced at composite restorations, also known as composite bonding or composite artistic restorations/bonding. This technique allows them to dramatically improve the appearance of teeth without affecting their health and strength.
You will have plenty of time to ask any questions you may have, as it is incredibly important to the Highfield team that your emotional and financial wellbeing is supported, as well as your clinical needs.
If you decide to go ahead with the restoration work, your dentist will carefully sculpt and rebuild your teeth using an incredibly strong dental material called composite. Their work will be based on the original tooth, and the rest of the teeth in the mouth and jaw, to ensure it looks and feels natural.
Composite restoration can offer a fantastic alternative to some other cosmetic dentistry treatments as, in keeping with our minimally invasive approach, there will be no damage to the teeth. The treatment can be used for a variety of patients looking to achieve a natural smile they can be proud of, including those wishing to close gaps or change the shape of the teeth (by making them longer or wider).
Our clinicians have also used their excellent artistic composite bonding skills to help patients who are looking to make their teeth whiter and brighter, to create less invasive crowns, bridges and veneers, and to bring new life to teeth that have experienced natural wear and tear. We are happy to accept referrals from other practices if they are not able to offer these gentle, effective restoration treatments.