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Composite Bonding Treatments in London

Composite Bonding is most popular cosmetic dental treatment that used to repair your gapped and chipped teeth. It can hide the teeth staining as well by giving you a beautiful straight appearance with pearly white smile. Whether you are residing in London and its surrounding areas, Smile Works Dental is your right place. We have a high success rate in providing composite bonding treatment to correct your a chipped, cracked teeth or change teeth shape or color. The treatment procedure involves of composite resin moulding on your teeth. Unlike porcelain veneers, this dental procedure gets done in a single appointment. Our Highly experienced cosmetic dentists will ensure that the composite bonding perfectly goes with your teeth colour. So, no one will be able to distinguish it from the natural teeth. Composite bonding treatment is not only reliable but also a budget-friendly solution if compared to other alternatives.

Composite bonding before and after - Smile Works Dental
The above images categorise generic examples of the outcomes possible. Results can differ. The consultation will determine what is the best solution for you.


If you feel your teeth would benefit from composite bonding contact our team at Smile Works Dental now for a consultation.

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What is Composite Bonding?

Composite bonding is a cosmetic technique that involves applying dental composite to the teeth to make it look better. It can be a fast and effective option for that perfect dentition you have been looking for. The process involves moulding the composite on the teeth to give the appearance of a better dentition. What is more? Cosmetic bonding is fast and can be completed in just one dental visit.

Composite bonding before and after 1 - Smile Works Dental
The above images categorise generic examples of the outcomes possible. Results can differ. The consultation will determine what is the best solution for you.
 

Composite Bonding Treatment Procedure - Step by Step  

  • Treatment is not complicated.  First your cosmetic dentist will match the correct resin colour to match the colour of your natural tooth.
  • Next the dentist will roughen the surface of the tooth to be treated and bonding liquid will then be put onto the tooth which will work by forming an adhesive surface.
  • Next tooth-coloured putty-like resin will be moulded into shape and hardened with UV rays.
  • The bonding will then be precisely shaped and any trimming done. Lastly will come a polish to match your tooth surface.

Who is Suitable for Composite Dental Bonding?

People with:

  • Cracked or chipped teeth
  • Where teeth have become yellow or discoloured
  • Where teeth are broken or damaged
  • For those with receding gums
  • For those with gapped teeth
  • Where teeth are crowded or crooked

Benefits of Composite Bonding

This is one of the least invasive procedures you can have.  Producing a new confident smile, it will:  

  • Ensure function and aesthetics
  • Be applied with minimal or no drilling so usually no injection will be needed
  • It can be done in one appointment
  • In some cases, composite veneers can be reversible
  • Extensive treatment options are available.
  • Any problems can be easily corrected
  • Reduced laboratory charges mean less cost

Aftercare of Dental Bonding

One of the great advantages of composite bonding is it is inexpensive and a relatively uncomplicated dental option. It is worth noting, however, that the composite material may chip or wear slightly more than the material that is made in a laboratory such as a crown or a porcelain veneer.  We estimate that the composite bonding material will stay looking good for around three to ten years although that will depend on your oral habits. As time passes the material will appear slightly duller and may stain and show signs of a little wear. If this happens you will have the option of having them re-contoured replaced or re-polished.

Composite bonding before and after 2 - Smile Works Dental
The above images categorise generic examples of the outcomes possible. Results can differ. The consultation will determine what is the best solution for you.
 

How Long does Composite Teeth Bonding Last?

The amount of time your bonding lasts largely depends on you. Looking after the composite bonding and taking necessary precautions will make it last longer. Usually, the composite bonding lasts for about 5-8 years. However, it is also subject to wear and tear. In a case where the user breaks the composite restoration, our lines are available to schedule an appointment with us to get it fixed.

Cost of Composite Bonding at Smile Works Dental

The cost of composited bonding in London starting from £595 per tooth. You will be able to see our full price list on the website or if you call and speak to anyone ever professional dental team members who will be able to give you a full run down of all the costs associated with having composite bonding on your teeth. Call us now on 020 71834091 and start your journey to a more confident smile.

You can Schedule an Appointment With us TODAY to Get Your Dental Bonding Done
020 71834091 Book Now

FAQs on Composite Bonding

No, This is not painful at all. All the work on the tooth is on the surface so usually no painkiller is needed either.

Having dental bonding comes with very little risk. Although the composite resin that we use is strong it will never be as strong as your natural teeth, and you need to bear this in mind. It is, however, a great option but we cannot claim but it is a more reliable option than having a crown or a veneer.

You will not be able to whiten bonding material as you would your natural teeth but you will be able to replace the bonding material to match the rest of your teeth if you do undergo tooth whitening.

Dental bonding will not be a permanent solution although it will be something that can last for a long time. If you care for your bonding well it can last up to 10 years before you need to have it replaced.

Like natural teeth, where you have composite bonding, you will need to brush and you will need to floss every day. You should also have them cleaned professionally every six months. Staining from coffee red wine or tobacco may occur if you have any of these habits and bonding material will not whiten like natural teeth do. How good your teeth look depends on how much can you take off them.

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