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In most of our cases Composite Bonding is the process we use to deliver same day smile makeovers.
Also known as tooth bonding or dental bonding, Composite Bonding is one of the best ways to enhance your smile. It can fill chips, fractures or gaps between teeth, it can even fix discoloration.
A trained dentist will attach composite resin to the tooth, shaping it to restore its original appearance. It’s colour-matched to look totally natural, leaving you with a smile you love.
After you’ve decided on how your new smile will look, our specially trained dentist will attach a colour-matched, composite resin to your tooth and shape it.
It’s specifically designed to look totally natural, providing a full smile makeover that’ll leave yours brighter and more harmonious.
Composite is made of an aesthetic giving, high lustre resin, that includes strengthening properties like quartz or silica particles. It’s non-toxic and causes no known adverse reactions.
Small misalignments, or mildly crooked teeth Gaps Uneven teeth, providing a more level smile Tooth colour, making them all the same shade and brighter Worn edges Old restorations in need of replacement Create wider smiles
Yes! Composite bonding’s a great way to lengthen teeth. Our dentists know exactly how much to add, so your teeth stay healthier for longer.
It’s is an excellent solution for receding gums. Recessions appear on the front surface of the tooth, and our treatment will cover these, as well as help with any sensitivity you’re facing.
No but the old crown can be removed and replaced with a new one to match your new smile.
It can. We always assess each case on its own merit, and in the case of multiple misaligned teeth, we might suggest a course of alignment as a first step. This could be done with braces or clear aligners, before you return for a Composite Bonding treatment.
Yes. Composite Bonding is suitable for nearly everyone!
Our dentists will assess your needs properly, either in person or via an online consultation, where state of the art technology will be used for optimum precision. If we spot gum disease or multiple misalignments that need work, we’ll flag this. You’ll be clear on what the next step is before you return for a treatment that gives you the smile you deserve.
It’s no surprise that we want you to leave us smiling. So if you’re not happy with the results, we’ll work together to understand what’s gone wrong. We’ll suggest solutions to get your smile where we both it to be, guaranteeing your satisfaction. This will of course depend on the treatment option you selected at the beginning.
No. If carried out by dental experts and followed with appropriate maintenance, Composite Bonding can last up to 5 years, with remedial repair needed after about 2-3 years. We’ll give you proper instructions on how to care for your teeth to extend the Composite Bonding’s lifespan.
No. Composite Bonding doesn’t damage teeth.
Yes. It’s one of the safest way to enhance your smile!
While alternatives like crowns and veneers permanently remove part of the teeth, Composite Bonding only roughens the tooth surface, so the resin can bond, and its structure will remain intact.
Black coffee, tea, red wine, turmeric, and anything strongly coloured could potentially stain the bonding. Smoking is a risk, too.
Staining can be problematic in the 48 hours after treatment. We’ll give you all the info you need to prevent staining in this key period.
Composite isn’t as strong as a natural tooth, so it can chip and break. Luckily, repairs are always effective. They cost less than veneer repairs and are done quickly.
During consultation we’ll discuss habits that could cause damage, like biting nails and teeth grinding to spot and prevent them early.
When properly cared for, Composite Bonding shouldn’t fall off. But as with most procedures, damage can happen. When a patient has a very difficult bite, or their bite isn’t checked after bonding is placed, it could fall off in time. We’d always check in on bite capacity during pre-screening. We’d also advise a pre-treatment visit to the hygienist. This is because if blood or saliva (common side effects of poor gum health) are present while the material is placed, it may not adhere, or stick – causing a de-bond later on.
Composite material won’t whiten. Dentists can use a whitening gel to clean your teeth before the procedure. Since it can stain over time, we often recommend a course of whitening prior the treatment.
As they’re two different solutions, we can only offer a balanced view of both. Composite Bonding is a non-invasive treatment that usually doesn’t require modification of your teeth. It can usually be done in one appointment and addresses a vast array of issues that we’ve listed here. Porcelain veneers usually require teeth to be modified. It’s an irreversible process, that needs planning and multiple appointments. Once finished, they need less maintenance than Composite Bonding.
Porcelain veneers are an excellent choice for some clients. They are a more expensive option due to the involvement of dental technicians and complex manufacturing. Have a think about which of the two works for you, or don’t hesitate to get in touch and we can advise you further.