Firstly, your dentist will determine the correct shade of resin colour to use that most closely matches the colour of your natural teeth. Next, the surface of your teeth will be slightly roughened and then treated with a liquid etching solution that allows the bonding agent to stick to the tooth. The composite resin will then be applied to the tooth over the liquid, in the form of a paste, and then the tooth will be gently sculpted and shaped to achieve the desired shape. After achieving the right dimensions, a special ultraviolet light will be used to harden the bonding material. If necessary, the tooth can be shaped further after the resin hardness. Finally, the remade tooth will be polished for a natural appearance. The entire process usually takes between 30-60 minutes, although sometimes it may take longer depending on the extent of your circumstances.