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Composite Bonding

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What is Composite Bonding?

We provide Composite Bonding / Composite Veneers at White Dental Rooms in Chiswick. We can enhance your smile in just one day with composite dental bonding.

This fast and non-invasive composite treatment option enables you to have a new, straighter, whiter smile at affordable prices.

  • 1 Visit Treatment
  • No Drilling, giving you the most comfortable dental experience
  • Latest Dental technology
  • Go natural, or go for the whitest smile that you want.
  • Non-invasive composite Bonding Treatment
  • More affordable than dental veneers & dental crowns.

Benefits of Composite Bonding

Composite dental bonding uses tooth coloured materials that are artistically sculptured to blend and match perfectly with your existing teeth or choose whiter shades for that Hollywood smile.

Same Day Smile

Dental bonding treatment is usually undertaken in one single appointment!

No Pain, Drilling or Injections

One of the best aspects of bonding is it doesn’t require any drilling or anaesthesia, so you can go about your business directly after your visit. It is a pain free procedure with instant results.

Your Teeth are Unharmed

Cosmetic dental bonding is a non-invasive treatment, which means no drilling of your natural teeth and you will have better looking healthy teeth for longer.

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What is the difference between composite bonding and composite veneers?

Composite Bonding

Composite or edge or cosmetic bonding refers to cases where part of the tooth surface is covered.

This is usually the edges of teeth to level the lengths or the sides of teeth to close gaps.

Composite Veneers

Composite veneers use the same materials, but the whole surface of the tooth is covered with composite resin to give a new, perfect cosmetic look using whichever shade you prefer.

Composite edge bonding allows small changes to be made, whereas, with composite veneers, complete same-day smile makeovers are possible.

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Is Dental Bonding Suitable for You?

Composite Bonding is one of the most popular dental treatments at our practice in Chiswick. Additionally, Dental Bonding can be undertaken for people of all ages.

Composite Bonding can treat conditions such as:

  • Gapped Teeth
  • Misaligned Teeth
  • Damaged or Chipped Teeth
  • Discoloured Teeth
  • Misshaped Teeth
  • Teeth length adjusting

What is involved with Composite Bonding?

1. Consultation

We perform a comprehensive examination and discuss your cosmetic requirements.

2. Planning

We take all necessary information required to plan your case and provide you with a comprehensive treatment plan.

3. Trial Smile

For complex cases, we can perform a mock-up of the expected result to give you a visual of the outcome.

4. Composite Bonding

The composite resin is sculpted and bonded onto the teeth to be treated.

5. Polishing

The restorations are shaped and polished to look and feel like natural teeth.

6. Review

A final check over of the restorations with adjustments as necessary.

Have you got a question or an enquiry for our team?

If you are interested in any of our treatments please do not hesitate to get in touch with us by filling out the form – one of our team members will get back to you as soon as possible.

Frequently Asked Questions

Composite bonding is a procedure whereby a tooth-coloured composite resin is sculpted and bonded on to the tooth, either covering parts of it or the whole surface like a veneer.
Composite bonding is ideal for patients who would like to improve the appearance of their smile but don’t need more substantial restorative procedures like veneers and crowns. Your dentist will assess your suitability at your initial consultation following a thorough examination of the health of your teeth and gums. If you wish to improve the colour of your teeth, your dentist may recommend whitening your teeth first, to allow the new composite bonding to match your whiter teeth. Ask your dentist about Enlighten whitening. It guarantees long lasting results with simple at-home maintenance.

Composite bonding is very versatile and can be used to address many issues that may make you unhappy about your smile. It can be used to improve the colour, shape and size of your teeth. Many patients in the UK travel to us to have gaps and spaces closed between their teeth, repair chipped and fractured teeth and restore worn teeth.

The teeth are cleaned to remove any debris. The tooth is first etched to roughen the surface microscopically. An adhesive is then painted onto this surface and set using a bright light. A composite resin material is then sculpted in layers to the desired shape and size, and finally set using a bright light. The restoration is then finished and polished to resemble a natural tooth.
Most cases are completed pain-free and without the need for a local anaesthetic injection in a single appointment. For more complex cases involving multiple teeth or replacement of existing large restorations, we may need to use local anaesthestic. If you are very anxious, we can offer you sedation.
In most cases, no. Dental bonding is different to ceramic veneers which usually require some preparation of the tooth surface to create space for the porcelain veneer.
Most dentists do composite bonding using one shade of material. Although this works for most cases, there are cases, especially for larger build ups, where you would get a more aesthetic result using various shades of composite resin to give you more life-like results. Although, this makes treatment time slightly longer and a little more expensive, the end result is much better as the restoration looks indistinguishable from your natural teeth. Again, your dentist can discuss the different options with you and you can co-decide what is best for you.
As with any cosmetic dental procedure, composite bonding does not last forever and will eventually need replacing. Typically, we find composite bonding will look at its best for around 5 years. We have seen cases last for longer in patients who really follow maintenance instructions and look after their composite bonding.



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