Composite bonding is a cosmetic dental treatment that involves using a white filling material to bond to the enamel of your tooth. It can repair chips, improve the shade and shape of your tooth, and even close small spaces between teeth. The composite material is available in various shades to ensure a seamless natural restoration. Unlike porcelain veneers, which require the removal of healthy tooth structure and are manufactured in a laboratory, composite bonding is minimally invasive and can typically be completed in one visit without any tooth removal or injections. The tooth surface is lightly roughened to ensure a strong bond, and the composite material is then placed and shaped to the ideal shape before being set in place. The restoration is adjusted and polished with various pastes and finishing instruments to ensure a high gloss for a natural look.