Composite Bonding

Smile Makeover with Composite Bonding

  • NImprove the shape, size and colour of the teeth with cosmetic bonding
  • NClose gaps between the teeth
  • NRenew discoloured teeth
  • NRestore tired worn smile
  • NFill chips and cracks
  • NLong-lasting cost effective treatment
  • NNo pain and no drills
  • NNo need for braces
From
£84*
per month
From
£84*
per month

Composite Bonding

Smile Makeover with Composite Bonding

  • NImprove the shape, size and colour of the teeth with cosmetic bonding
  • NClose gaps between the teeth
  • NRenew discoloured teeth
  • NRestore tired worn smile
  • NFill chips and cracks
  • NLong-lasting cost effective treatment
  • NNo pain and no drills
  • NNo need for braces

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What is Composite Bonding?

Composite Bonding is a modern way to restore teeth, either for cosmetic reasons or to build up tooth structure that has been lost. It involves bonding a tooth coloured resin material to existing teeth to reshape them and improve their colour.

 
High Quality Bonding
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Your Smile Makeover… In Just Three Stages!

01

Smile Design Assessment

Includes a smile simulation so you can visualise what your smile will look like before your treatment begins

02

Your Smile Trial

this is where you get to test drive your smile. You get a real feel of what your teeth look and feel like. You also get two weeks to whiten your teeth!

03

New Smile Reveal!

This is where we place the composite on your teeth to achieve your permanent smile, just as was seen in your smile trial!

Call 0208 874 1957 to Book Your Space Now!

Composite Bonding FAQ

Does Composite Bonding Hurt?
Composite bonding is pain-free. The procedure itself does not cause any pain, only a bit of discomfort which is normal. If you are anxious about visiting the dentist, don’t worry, as you are not alone. At Dove Dental and Wellbeing Spa, we aim to ensure that your time with us is as calm and as positive as possible.
What is the difference between edge bonding and composite veneers?
What is the difference between edge bonding and composite veneers?
Is Composite Bonding Safe?
We can assure you that our treatments are perfectly safe, as long as they’re conducted by an experienced practitioner with top-quality tools, who works in a sterile environment. Here at Dove Dental and Wellbeing Spa, we have all of these credentials, so your treatment will be performed safely and efficiently. Contact us today to discuss how we can help you achieve a straighter smile with composite bonding.
What Are The Alternatives To Composite Bonding?
If you’re considering a composite treatment, porcelain veneers are another option. These will last significantly longer than composite veneers. Compared to composite veneers, porcelain veneers application is slightly different as instead of applying a layer of composite material to the tooth, a thin layer of porcelain material will be applied over the tooth. The same effects of whitening and teeth straightening can be achieved, however, the key bonus is that porcelain veneers’ can’t be discoloured in the same way that composite materials can.
How to Whiten Composite Bonding?
For you to get your teeth whitened in addition to composite bonding, it is necessary to get the teeth whitening treatments done first. This ensures that the dentist can match the composite colours to your newly whitened teeth.
Is Composite Bonding Reversible?
You can reverse composite bonding as long as no alteration was made to your natural teeth. It will have a minimal negative effect on your natural teeth, provided they were not changed before the bonding process.
How Long Does Composite Bonding Procedure Take?
Cosmetic bonding generally takes up to an hour. The time required depends on how much treatment our dentist has planned for you and how many teeth will be worked on during that time. On top of that, you’ll need some time to relax and heal from any possible sensitivity caused by bonding procedures. In total, expect to spend three or four hours at your appointment.
How Much Is Composite Bonding?
A cheap way to fix moderate dental damage, composite bonding is typically cheaper than more invasive treatments such as crowns and porcelain veneers. Our dentist will give you an accurate estimate once they have examined your situation. However, approximate prices range from £100-£350 per tooth.

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Dove Dental & Wellbeing Spa
328 Garratt Lane
Earslfield, Wandsworth, London
SW18 4EJ