Book Online

Composite Bonding Teeth

 

Composite bonding treatment is more than just a dental procedure; it’s a craft that combines aesthetics with functionality, creating stunningly natural-looking results. Our skilled team at Town House Dental Practice will sculpt each composite with precision, ensuring a flawless finish that enhances your smile’s allure and brings out the confidence in you. Explore the transformative power of composite bonding in the UK and embark on a path to newfound confidence and radiance. The perfect smile awaits, conveniently located dental practices in Kent and Brighton and Hove.

Request a FREE Video Consultation Today | Private Dentist in Tunbridge Wells

Composite Bonding in Tunbridge Wells and Brighton & Hove

Composite bonding is a minimally invasive treatment used to create your dream smile.

The composite tooth bonding procedure involves the skilful placement of tooth-coloured dental composite filling material over your own teeth to enhance your teeth and smile.

View Composite Bonding Treatment Fees Here

  1. COMPOSITE BONDING (4 Teeth)

    Total Cost: £1,100 For finance & monthly payments Click here

    0% Interest free over 18 months

    £61.11

    9.9% Interest bearing over 60 months

    £23.10

Free Virtual Consultation

More information

The composite teeth bonding process doesn’t usually involve drilling your own teeth or injections, so the treatment is pain-free.

From £275 Per Tooth

Composite build ups

Composite build up ranges start from £275 per tooth.

If you’d like to achieve your dream smile and find out more about our composite teeth bonding treatments in Tunbridge Wells or Brighton & Hove, try our free virtual consultation, below. Our experienced cosmetic dentists will send you a personalised video explaining your treatment options and available finance plans, guiding you through your next steps to achieving your perfect smile.

TRY OUR FREE VIRTUAL CONSULTATION



Composite Bonding Frequently Asked Questions

  1. What is composite bonding?

    This procedure helps improve your smile by ‘bonding’ tooth-coloured resin to your teeth. It can be used to brighten or reshape a tooth, as well as restore cracks and chips.

  2. How does tooth bonding treatment work?

    The bonding resin is applied to your teeth in a putty form, then gently shaped to refine the appearance of your smile. A UV light is then used to set it in place.

  3. How long does composite bonding last?

    Your results should last around 6-7 years on average, but it depends on how well you care for your smile. It’s also important to avoid any bad habits, such as pen-chewing or nail-biting, which could affect the appearance of the bonding.

  4. Can you whiten composite bonding?

    No, it’s not possible to whiten the material. For this reason, our dentists recommend teeth whitening first, so the bonding material can be matched to your newly-brightened smile.

  5. Does tooth bonding treatment hurt?

    No. There’s no preparation of the tooth required, no anaesthetic needed and the experience of composite bonding is completely pain-free.

  6. Is composite bonding suitable for me?

    This is a minimally invasive treatment which often involves no drilling of your own teeth or injections, making it suitable for most people. You can try our free virtual consultation buy clicking here or contacting one of our practices for a consultation here.

  7. Does composite bonding damage teeth?

    At The Town House, we prioritise the preservation of your natural tooth structure in our cosmetic procedures. Our composite bonding, a minimally invasive dental treatment, typically involves minimal enamel removal, ensuring the integrity of your teeth. We emphasise routine dental check-ups and good oral hygiene habits to enhance the longevity and overall health of your bonded teeth.

  8. Does composite bonding stain?

    Composite bonding materials can be susceptible to staining over time, especially when exposed to substances like coffee, tea, red wine, and tobacco. While the bonding materials are designed to resist stains, they may not be as stain-resistant as other cosmetic treatments like porcelain veneers.

  9. Can composite bonding be removed?

    Yes, composite bonding can be removed. The process involves surface roughening, gentle prizing, and polishing to release the bonding material from the tooth. If you’re considering removal, consult with our team at The Town House for personalised advice and alternative options. Contact us by visiting our locations page.

Get In Touch

*These fields are compulsory.







    YesNo


    All emails include an unsubscribe link. You may opt-out at any time. See our Privacy Policy

    WHAT OUR CLIENTS SAY

    “Been a client of this practice (albeit under different management previously) for many years. Always well organised, and highly professional. Absolutely feel I can trust them to do what is needed and no more, no unnecessary additions to the bill. Very importantly, the friendliest practice I’ve ever used, a great place to have your mouth pulled about in a caring way!!!”

    Mark Hawkins

    “I have been a happy client of these folks for years. Small form, cares about their clients. Located on a side street just off the main part of Tunbridge Wells town centre. Professional, friendly and attentive. Highly recommended.”

    Justin Cooke

    “From the administration and reception staff to the dental staff, everyone makes you feel welcome and comfortable. The clinical quality is excellent and the standards throughout are very impressive. Highly recommended!”

    Tim Stevens

    “I’ve been delighted with the treatment & service from The Town House Dental Practice, very reassured that all of the team are highly experienced & professional. Always a pleasure, I would highly recommend it!”

    Victoria Isaac

    “I had Composite Bonding done on my upper and lower teeth with Peter, and I am incredibly happy with the results. My teeth look great and above and beyond what I had hoped to achieve. The staff are all very friendly and helpful. I would highly recommend them. Thank you to the entire team.”

    Liam Mosedale

    SIGN UP TO OUR NEWSLETTER