This was a rewarding case to do. This patient had years of cumulative chipping on the bottom chewing edges of the top front teeth. Bonding chips with a single shade of composite resin is something that a lot of dentists do regularly. But what makes this different is that these teeth had a lot of what's called "characterizations." You'll notice that these front teeth have a sort of white halo outlining the bottom edge of the teeth - that's the character. If a single shade was used here, then the bonding would stand out. But by adding some opaque white character to the bonding, the smile as a whole looks congruent. It's also nice to layer the composite used for this bonding to utilize stronger composite on the chewing surfaces, and more polishable/pretty composite on the front (lip) side.