Composite Bonding

What is Composite Bonding?

Composite bonding is a non-invasive treatment used to correct a range of minor aesthetic imperfections on the teeth. Most commonly, Composite Bonding is a treatment for chipped teeth, irregular teeth correction, tooth gaps, or discolouration. 

How does it Work?

A Composite Resin is delicately affixed to the tooth’s enamel and shaped to restore the tooth’s original appearance or achieve the desired corrections. The colour of the resin is seamlessly matched to your natural teeth, ensuring the bonding appears as though it is part of the tooth. A curing light is applied to the enamel allowing the practitioner to shape and mold this to your tooth. This hardens the Composite Resin, setting this into place. Once the process is complete, the Composite Resin is indistinguishable from the natural tooth enamel, making Composite Bonding a discreet and non-invasive choice for those looking to correct small imperfections in their teeth.

The Benefits of Composite Bonding

  • Non-invasive: This doesn’t require patients to have injections or invasive procedures such as tooth drilling. 
  • Quick and Easy: The majority of treatment plans can be completed in just one session.
  • No Moulds: There is no requirement for uncomfortable processes such as tooth impressions or moulds.
  • Versatile: Suitable for a range of patients with healthy overall gums and teeth. 

How much does Composite Bonding cost?

Composite Edge Bonding: £299 per tooth. 

Composite Veneers: £299 per tooth. 

We offer finance options for our Composite Bonding treatments to help spread the cost to your budget. For more information on our finance options please discuss this with a member of our team. 

Get Started

As with our other treatment options, we offer a complimentary Discussion with our Treatment Coordination Lead before consulting with Dr. Affan. This enables a trained dental professional to assess your needs and suggest viable treatments to both you and the Dr, helping to streamline the process. 

This discussion informs your consultation and any treatment as a result of this consultation. 

Book your Consultation

Book your Complementary discussion or consultation today!