Composite Bonding in London

We focus on smile makeover treatments with composite bonding.

Your treatment is finalised in one appointment that takes up to 4-5 hours. 

We do hand-crafted composite veneers or composite bonding. The advantage is the conservation of the natural tooth tissue, minimal drilling of the tooth or No drilling at all, creating a smile makeover in just one visit, and simple reparation of a broken or damaged tooth by replacing it with a new composite.

We do this treatment daily, and the extensive dentist training can make the treatment possible to be finished in one appointment of 4-5 hours.

We specialise in smile makeover treatments; this is why our dentist can finish your whole treatment in one appointment.

We try to make you comfortable and relaxed in our clinic.

We use high-quality composite materials: Venus Pearl Composite.

The treatment will be painless and safe; we will do our best to make it as comfortable as possible. 

You will have a new smile in just 4-5 hours.

We are the foremost specialists in composite bonding treatments. Our treatments are carried out using composite bonding as it is the most effective non-invasive, pain-free treatment that can give you a smile you have always wanted.

Composite bonding is a way to restore your teeth and build up the tooth’s structure that might have been lost. It is the way to restore your teeth or to build up the structure of your teeth without any pain or drilling.

Composite bonding (also known as tooth bonding or dental bonding) helps to fix minor damage or gaps in teeth. When we treat two teeth with composite bonding to close a gap, we use the same shade as your natural teeth color. 

Composite bonding is a modern way to restore teeth, either for cosmetic reasons or to build up tooth structure that has been lost. It involves bonding a tooth-colored resin material to existing teeth to reshape or improve their color.

Bonding doesn’t affect the tooth enamel compared to other procedures such as veneers and crowns. In some cases, the enamel can be damaged. This is the outer part of the teeth that protects the sensitive inner layers.

The enamel is preserved during the procedure, and the natural teeth structure remains unchanged. The resin is just applied to the teeth. This gives the desired shape of the teeth the client may wish to have, and they will not be damaged any time soon.

It’s a painless process, and the patients won’t experience pain when undergoing cosmetic bonding treatment. The treatment can be done in a single visit to the dental clinic. Unlike other alternatives, such as crowns or veneers, composite bonding is a non-invasive procedure. 

Steps for composite bonding

It is mandatory to do scale and polishing before your composite bonding treatment. Your dentist roughens the surface of your teeth by using phosphoric acid for 30 seconds, then applies a liquid bond that allows the bonding agent to stick to the tooth. The composite resin will be applied over the liquid, shaping the tooth, after which the material is hardened with ultraviolet light.

Can the bonded teeth chip?

The material can chip or separate from your natural tooth. However, chipping or breaking doesn’t occur as often with a crown or veneer. A bonded tooth might chip if you eat ice cubes, bite pens or pencils, fingernails or bite down on hard food or candy.

Can dental bonding be done on crooked teeth?

Dental bonding allows your dentist to painlessly correct uneven or crooked teeth by applying a composite resin to the front surface of the affected teeth. To prevent fracture, avoid directly biting with front-bonded teeth with the following types of food: ribs, bones (fried chicken, lamb chops, etc.), hard candy, apples, carrots, nuts, hard rolls, or bagels.

Can I remove stains from composite bonding?

While you can’t whiten the teeth done with composite, that doesn’t mean you can’t improve the look of your teeth. Professional cleaning can help remove surface stains. So remember to visit your dentist every six months. If your teeth are discolored, your dentist might recommend replacing the composite bonded teeth.

Can composite bonding be redone after years?

Bonding is also a procedure that might need to be repaired several times throughout the person’s life. Bonding can last between 3 to 10 years, but when the composite material wears down, you must get it touched up or redone.