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Composite Bonding?

Composite bonding involves applying a tooth-coloured composite resin to one or more of your teeth to repair damage. The composite resin will closely match the colour of your natural teeth so it is undetected. Your dentist will clean the surface of the tooth, and then apply a liquid that bonds the tooth to the composite resin. As a final step, your dentist will harden the material with a UV light, and if necessary, further shape the tooth once the resin has hardened.


If you’re looking for a non-invasive, cost-effective treatment to your cosmetic dental concern, composite bonding is something you should consider. Not only does it deliver immediate results but it’s a very effective solution that helps you lengthen teeth, even out tooth edges, and fill in gaps and cavities. With low cost and zero recovery time, what are you waiting for? Contact us to book your consultation today.

SMILE Gallery

Before After Cosmetic Makeover 1


Discoloured and crooked teeth top teeth


Porcelain crowns and veneers on twelve upper teeth
Before After Cosmetic Makeover 2


Severely worn down and discoloured teeth


Zoom teeth whitening and full mouth composite build-up of all teeth

Best Cosmetic Dentists in Melbourne

At Dentists of Ivanhoe, we have helped many patients gain improved confidence by creating a beautiful smile they love.

We look forward to meeting you and working together to achieve the smile you have always dreamt of.

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For a healthy smile that will give you a confidence boost, look no further than composite bonding. It’s the inexpensive solution if you’ve got a chipped tooth, a gap, a discoloration, or even need an emergency repair. Speak to the experts at Dentists of Ivanhoe to discuss whether this procedure is right for you.



To arrange a consultation with our dentists in Ivanhoe, or for any enquiries, please call our clinic today.


Here are some frequently asked questions to get to know us better.

Composite bonding is a long term solution, but they do wear down over time. In general, each composite bonding will last up to 5-7 years, depending on the size and position, as well as your oral habits. We recommend regular dental check-ups and cleans to monitor its overall condition.

Continue to brush your teeth twice a day and see your hygienist regularly in order to maintain good oral health. Avoid putting undue pressure on your tooth, such as biting your nails or chewing on pen lids.