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When you need a repair to a cracked or chipped tooth or to make changes to the colour or shape of your teeth, then composite bonding is a good option. At Emergency Dentist London, our team of dentists have the necessary expertise in composite bonding treatment and have treated hundreds of patients in and around London. We will help to improve your overall appearance and confidence levels. If you are looking to book a consultation session, then contact our dentists at Emergency Dentist London who will be able to correct your smile by performing the treatment.

What is Composite Bonding?

Composite bonding is the addition of tooth-coloured materials applied to teeth to change their shape, size or colour. Like dental crowns and veneers, composite bonding can be done in one visit only with costs lower than for many other dental procedures.

The benefit of composite bonding is that it can improve your appearance with minimal changes to your existing teeth. Composite bonding delivers great results. Have a look at our gallery to see before and after pictures of composite bonding.

Repairs to composite bonding are easy and do not require any preparation of the surface of tooth or the adjacent teeth. At Emergency Dentist London, we have good track record of satisfied customers.

Composite bonding can help in the following ways:

  • Enhance the length of shorter teeth
  • Improve overall appearance of discoloured teeth
  • Repair cracked or chipped teeth
  • Protect the surface of tooth roots when they are exposed due to receding gums
  • Close unwanted spaces between your teeth

How is composite bonding carried out?

The process of composite bonding begins by taking photographs of your teeth. The dentist works with you to create a customised plan and to achieve the best results and will improve the aesthetics and functionality of your teeth. We will select the right shade to match your original teeth

How is the tooth surface preapred for dental composite bonding in the UK?

To prepare teeth for composite bonding, an etching material will be spread onto the tooth surface. This helps the composite material bind to your tooth. Composite resin will then be moulded to your tooth.

The composite bonding is hardened with specialised blue light, and the dentist will polish the tooth or teeth to attain exact shape. Composite bonding should blend perfectly so that it appears natural. You should not need local anaesthesia or numbing solutions as composite bonding is not a method related to any discomfort or pain. The procedure might require somewhere between one to three hours, according to the number of teeth to be treated.

Risk factors and aftercare for composite bonding in the UK

Composite bonding is the least expensive form of cosmetic dental treatment. Filling material might wear or chip easily in comparison to lab-made restorations such as porcelain veneers or dental crowns. Composite bonding in London will last for a long time, however it may become stained, wear down with time or become dull. You need to polish, recontour or replace the fillings according to the extent of your aesthetic concerns.

Price of composite bonding at our Dental Clinic London

The price for composite bonding starts from £195 per tooth. You can see our price list or contact any member of our dental team by dialling at tel: 02071832793.

FAQs on composite bonding

Who might consider having composite bonding treatment?

People in any age group may benefit from this cosmetic procedure. This will enable kids, adolescents, adults and seniors to improve their overall appearance and give them an attractive smile.

Who is the suitable candidate for composite bonding?

If you have crooked, cracked, stained, discoloured, broken, uneven and misshapen teeth, then you are a good candidate for the procedure. If there are gaps in between the teeth or your bridges are worn or broken, then you might benefit from composite bonding in London.

Will composite bonding make you look natural?

Composite bonding is a natural cosmetic dental restoration performed by a dentist who specialises in cosmetic dentistry procedures and possesses the necessary skills for tooth sculpting and veneering.

Will a bonded tooth need further care?

You should not bite on hard objects like ice cubes and hard candies. Also, you should avoid nail biting.

Is composite bonding a painful procedure?

No, composite bonding is not painful. It is performed without using anaesthesia.

How long will composite bonding procedure last?

Composite bonding depends on different factors including – the dentist you select, the materials you use and patient’s care of restored teeth. The top-quality bonding materials usually last from ten to fifteen years and even more for some cases.

Consult with your dentist and find out how composite bonding can transform your smile!

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