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    Bonding is covering the tooth with a composite material directly in the patient’s mouth. According to scientific research, durability depends on the materials the bonding is made of and how the patient takes care of his teeth after bonding. I will add from my own observations that occlusion, i.e. the patient’s bite, is also important. Unfortunately, under abnormal occlusal conditions, such composite restorations are constantly devastated. I have patients whose bonding has been in their mouths for over a dozen years. Personally, I don’t like it and I wouldn’t do Flow injection reconstruction on my side teeth. I would think about it in the anterior section, because it depends on the initial conditions with which the patient presents. Bonding is also more difficult to perform because all the work is done manually by the doctor in the patient’s mouth! Only a doctor who has manual skills can perform this procedure aesthetically and correctly!