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Composite Bonding

If you’re looking for lasting, amazing results from a treatment that’ll send your confidence sky-high, look no further than composite bonding at The Dental Suite.

Composite bonding provides the solution to many dental problems including gaps in your teeth, broken, chipped, discoloured or damaged teeth, and misaligned smiles.

It’s now easier and quicker than ever to get dental imperfections perfected. Using a composite material that exactly matches the colour of your teeth, we can sculpt, contour and correct your smile – giving you lasting confidence wherever you go.

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What is Composite Bonding?

Who Can Get Composite Bonding?

Composite bonding is a very common procedure as it can solve many problems with your smile. You could benefit from this treatment if you find yourself suffering from any of the following:

  • Discolouration in your teeth or spotting
  • Cavities or decay
  • Unwanted gaps between teeth
  • Exposed roots or a gummy smile
  • Chipped, fractured, broken or cracked teeth
  • Unevenly sized teeth
  • A seemingly misshapen or misaligned smile

The Advantages of Composite Bonding

There are many reasons as to why composite bonding is so popular.

  • Painless – There’s no need for anaesthetic
  • It’s a very quick and simple procedure
  • One of the more cost-efficient alternatives
  • Results look natural
  • Long-lasting results
  • Non-invasive procedure
  • Amazing aesthetics

What To Expect

There’s practically no preparation for composite bonding. Especially on your part. The treatment takes less than an hour and can be done in a single visit.


First, one of our experienced clinicians will carefully select the perfectly matched shade of composite material to your teeth. They might use one shade or blend two or three shades. Then, they’ll thoroughly clean your teeth ready for the next step.


Next, they’ll apply a tooth conditioner to enable the rest of the process to run smoothly. This step takes less than a minute.


Following this, your teeth will be gently prepped with a small brush while applying a liquid plastic-based bonding agent. This ensures the composite has the best grip on the tooth.

The Composite

Now, it’s time for the composite material. One of our esteemed team will apply just the right amount to the target area and mould the material into its desired shape, adding definition to your smile.

Penultimate Steps

The penultimate step is the hardening and binding of the composite and bonding agent. This ensures durable, lasting results, yet takes just thirty seconds to solidify using a high-tech curing light.

The Finishing Touches

Lastly, your clinician will contour, shape and polish the composite until they’re happy with it. Our team won’t let you leave the chair with anything less than perfect.

How Much Does Composite Bonding Cost?

The cost differs between individual treatments so it’s best if you contact us for a personal consultation. This way, we can arrange the best plan and price for you.

Find Your Perfect Smile Today

Don’t hesitate to arrange your consultation with us now and find your fresh new smile in as little as an hour.

Composite Bonding FAQs

How much does composite bonding cost?

Treatment prices can vary depending on how much work you need doing. Call us today to find out how we can help you get the smile you’re after.

How long does composite bonding last?

Composite bonding is simply a filling material, so it’s almost as strong as your existing teeth. If you look after them, composite bonding can last between four and seven years. However, our clinicians have produced treatments which have lasted even longer.

Who can get composite bonding?

Most people are eligible for composite bonding. Call us today to find out more about how suitable you are.

Is getting composite bonding painful?

Not at all. It’s minimally invasive, and we don’t even need to use any anaesthetic.

Does composite bonding damage your teeth?

No. The only changes we make to your existing teeth is the roughening of the surface, but this doesn’t damage your teeth.

Can you reverse composite bonding?

Yes, you can have composite bonding removed at any time.

Should I whiten my teeth before composite bonding?

Yes, otherwise your bonding will appear a different colour to your newly whitened teeth.

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