When this patient's previous composite bonding had discolored, we agreed to have them replaced. The previous bonding was only on two of the front teeth. This made it more challenging to replace the previous bonding while not also bonding the other teeth that were healthy and didn't need work done otherwise.
Through the use of different resin composite types, and also resin tints, we were able to achieve a seamless match to the other teeth. While we might normally remove white spots with a technique called "resin infiltration," in this instance I felt it fit the patient more aesthetically to recreate them in the bonding procedure. This turned out to be one of my favorite results so far!