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Snoring and sleep apnoea
Teeth whitening
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Dental bridges
Dental implants
Dental sedation
Dentures
Check-ups
Composite bonding
Cosmetic dentistry
Fillings
Facial aesthetics
Gum contouring
Dental Hygiene
iTero oral scanners
Mouth guards
Oral surgery
Orthodontic Treatment
Root canal
Snoring and sleep apnoea
Teeth whitening
Dental crowns
Dental Veneers

Composite bonding is a non-invasive solution for clients with chipped, fractured or discoloured teeth.

How does it work?

During the process, thin layers of composite resin is placed over the tooth and shaped. It also matched to the colour of the rest of your teeth. If you are hoping to whiten your overall smile, we would recommend professional teeth whitening first until you get the perfect shade and then matching the composite resin to your ideal colour.

What are the benefits?

One of the major benefits of having composite bonding is the non-invasive nature of the procedure compared to crowns and veneers, where the teeth may need to be shaved down or parts removed.

Another benefit is how quickly the procedure can be done. There is no need to have any moulds or crowns created, therefore the treatment can be completed in a single visit to our clinic. With composite bonding, you can transform your smile quickly and effectively.

Aftercare

Your dentist will go over the dos and don’ts following the procedure. You will be advised to avoid eating certain food and drink, which may stain the resin and smoking for a minimum of 48 hours.

You will also be advised to maintain your oral health through regular brushing, flossing and keeping up with regular check-ups. This will help keep your teeth stain-free for as long as possible.

Be careful what you bite! The dentist will advise you to be careful about chewing certain items as the composite bonds are not as strong as natural teeth. This means that they could chip more easily.

How much does it cost?

The price for composite bonding treatment starts from £XXXX. Please contact one of our friendly team on XXXX to get an individualised quotation.

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