Bonding without removing healthy enamel

Bonding Warsaw

At Niewada Clinic, we often encounter requests like: please make me veneers, I want nice, even, white teeth. However, from experience, we know that after a short conversation, some of our patients give up on this idea. Some fear enamel preparation, others cannot afford comprehensive orthodontic or prosthetic treatment, which in many cases is necessary before veneers can be applied, simply because they do not have the time. It is for such individuals that we offer composite smile correction (often called “bonding”). Without removing healthy enamel and dentin, and with the possibility of easy repair or correction.


What is bonding?

Bonding is a procedure in which perfectly color-matched composite materials (so-called white fillings) are used to lengthen, brighten, or correct the shape of teeth without removing healthy enamel. This method of smile correction has many advantages: it is quick, effective, easy to repair even after many years, and economical.


Do you want to see the design of your smile beforehand?

If you want to know what the effect of our treatment will be in advance, we can prepare a design of your new smile for you.


You will see what your teeth will look like after the treatment. We can prepare a Digital Smile Design (DSD) for you, which is a computerized design of teeth superimposed on your photos.


We will prepare a wax-up, which is a wax model of the teeth, as well as a mock-up. A mock-up is a temporary, completely reversible method of tooth restoration that lets you see if the new shape of the teeth suits you, check how you feel with your new smile, and you will have the opportunity to show your new smile to your loved ones.

Why choose bonding at Niewada Clinic?

Minimally invasive procedures

At NIEWADA CLINIC, our principle is to respect the human body. We pay special attention to protecting the tissues of the teeth, gums, chewing system, and the rest of the body. We work minimally invasively. Natural enamel and dentin are of utmost importance to us, so we do not disturb their structures unless necessary. The bonding we perform does not require the removal of a significant amount of enamel and is most often a reversible procedure.