Composite Bonding

Tooth restoration or Fillings

Composite bonding is a tooth restoration process that involves bonding a tooth-coloured composite resin to your teeth . A composite resin is a tooth-coloured plastic mixture filled with silicon dioxide which acts as a perfect restorative material due to its insoluble nature, tooth-like appearance, easy manipulation and insensitivity to dehydration.

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Smiles.ai Advantage

Compassionate and Super specialised team of Dentist curated by renowned clinicians.

Soothing environments with adherence to highest quality protocols, 100% sterlization and best in class technology.

Clear, up-front pricing and no surprise bills. No referrals & added cost. We use authentic Dental material only.

We guarantee you’ll love your experience. If for any reason you’re not happy, we’ll give you a full refund.

Dentists behind your Smiles

Our honest pricing , expertise and treatment transparency makes us the chosen digital dental care provider

9000+

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5000+

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120+

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How it works

Simple steps for Composite bonding

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Preparing the tooth

Your dentist will isolate your tooth from the saliva to dry it out and then drill out the infected part of the tooth.

Get rid of tooth imperfection with our composite bonding

Get rid of chipped teeth and cracked teeth.

Get strength and durability for your weakened teeth.

Affordable treatment for teeth restoration and reshaping

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Our patients love us

The procedure was so simple and easy but the impact it has made on my smile is huge. I can’t get over my new smile

Ms Renu Mantri

Pune

Upto 50% less for a whole smile redesign


Whether you take an In-clinic check-up or Digital/ video consultation, you only pay for the treatment cost and nothing additional. Unlike other clinics we don’t charge high referral commissions to connect to the right speciality Dentist for final treatment delivery.

No Cost EMI Available

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FAQS

  • Composite resin fillings are just as strong as amalgam fillings. You could have multiple fillings in your front teeth and it would appear natural.
  • The composite filling can stain or become yellow over time. You can’t whiten composite resin but professional dental cleanings can help remove surface stains.
  • Compared to a silver filling, it takes about 10-20 minutes longer to place a composite filling. Placement time depends on the size and location of the cavity.
  • The shade can change over time and they tend to wear out faster than silver fillings in larger cavities. A patient may experience post-operative sensitivity.