What is Composite Bonding?
We will carefully shape and place composite resin – the material used in amalgam free fillings – to improve the appearance of your teeth. Your dentist will match the material to the colour of your teeth and craft it to deal with imperfections.
It can be used to restore damaged teeth, to make teeth look slightly longer or to close a gap. Treatment can usually be completed in one single visit to White & Co.
With composite bonding from White & Co. you can:
HOW DOES IT WORK?
Your dentist starts by choosing a resin to perfectly match the colour of your teeth.
Your dentist will roughen the treatment area extremely lightly before coating it with a conditioning liquid.
Bond and shape
Next they will apply the bonding material in thin layers, moulding and shaping as they do so.
Your dentist will use a powerful light to cure the resin and then polish for a beautiful finish.
Composite bonding (price depends on complexity and case specifics)
£180 - £375
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“She was so helpful, patient, put me at ease so much and was so determined to achieve exactly what I wanted. The rest of the staff are lovely too. I couldn't be happier with the outcome of my teeth and I would recommend this practice and Dr Cindy to anyone!” Georgina Butler. Teeth whitening, fillings and composite bonding.
“I thought it was ageing me and I just needed a little bit of help and I’d heard they’re very, very good.” Kim. Porcelain veneers.
Is there any pain with composite bonding treatment?
Composite bonding is perhaps the quickest, least painful of all the cosmetic treatments. Injections and drilling are not usually needed.
Will the treatment affect eating and drinking?
We will advise you to wait for two days before eating or drinking dark liquids or food.
Will composite bonding affect my speech?
It should not affect your speech.
Can I have composite bonding on more than one teeth?
Yes. Many patients have composite bonding treatment on a number of teeth in one visit.
Are there ever any complications with this treatment?
Avoid complications by taking care of the treated areas. The composite resin used in bonding is not as strong as a natural tooth so avoid things like biting the top of a pen.