Our highly skilled team will be able to provide you with all the information and guidance during your consultation. They will discuss varying different options and advise you on which treatment would be best suited for you.
Composite bonding is a cosmetic dental treatment used to enhance your smile.
Composite bonding is a minimally invasive way for you to perfect your smile.
Composite bonding can improve the shape of your teeth, close unwanted gaps and improve unevenness and symmetry. We can usually carry out composite bonding in just one visit.
No anaesthetic is usually required during the procedure as it’s not painful.
How do I know if composite bonding is for me?
What is composite bonding?
A tooth-coloured composite resin material is added to the tooth to help repair small chips and fractures, as well as improve the aesthetic appearance of discoloured, shortened or misshapen teeth. It is a minimally invasive, pain-free treatment requiring no anaesthetic or drilling. The perfect treatment for any patient wishing to fix imperfections!
Why do I need a consultation before treatment?
Treatment planning is a really important part of what we do. We make sure that you are suitable for any treatments, as it is important that you understand any benefits and risks associated with any treatment you decide to go ahead with.
Can composite bonding change the colour of my teeth?
We usually use a composite filling material that matches the colour of your teeth. This is often why patients undergo a course of teeth whitening before proceeding with this treatment.
What alternatives do I have to composite bonding?
How can I pay for composite bonding?
A plan will be made for you outlining all the associated costs of your treatment. You can either split your treatment plan into appointments which can be paid at each visit, or you can take advantage of our 0% interest finance to spread the cost of your treatment monthly to your desired amount.
How long does bonding last?
This varies for each person as it highly depends on your lifestyle and diet. We normally advise patients 5-7 years and to keep to a strict maintenance plan of frequent polishing and hygienist visits. If you are looking for a more long-term result, then porcelain veneers would be a better option.