Composite Bonding

Revitalise Your Smile with Composite Bonding! Our Simple and Effective Solution for Chips, Gaps, and Discoloration. Experience a Quick and Painless Transformation, Unveiling a Radiant, Natural-Looking Smile. Boost Your Confidence, Discover the Beauty of Composite Bonding Today!

What is Composite Bonding?

Composite bonding is a cosmetic dentistry treatment that utilises a tooth-coloured resin material to enhance the aesthetics of teeth.

This procedure is commonly used for repairing chipped or cracked teeth, closing gaps, and improving the colour and shape of discoloured or uneven teeth.

We carefully apply the composite resin, shape it to the desired form, and bond it to the tooth using a specialised light. The result is a durable and natural-looking restoration that seamlessly blends with the surrounding teeth.

Not only is composite bonding an efficient solution, but it is also minimally invasive, offering a quick way to achieve an improved smile.

woman smiling
woman smiling

Benefits of Composite Bonding

Composite bonding offers a range of benefits for those seeking to enhance the aesthetics of their smiles. One of its primary advantages lies in its ability to deliver a natural and visually appealing outcome, effectively addressing concerns like chips, cracks, and discolouration.

Its versatility allows for various cosmetic corrections, including closing gaps and reshaping teeth. A notable feature is its minimally invasive nature, preserving much of the natural tooth structure.

The efficiency of the procedure is another highlight, often completed in a single dental visit making it a cost-effective option for cosmetic improvements. With colour-matching capabilities, composite bonding seamlessly integrates with your existing teeth.

Beyond its practical attributes, composite bonding contributes to the preservation of tooth structure and instils a renewed sense of confidence through its aesthetic enhancements.

Patient Testimonials

See what our satisfied patients have to say about their dental experiences with us.

Grace Roberts
Grace Roberts
2024-03-16
Dr Akshay Shah was very helpful and professional
christine degen
christine degen
2024-03-12
I attended a hygienist appointment at Diamond Smile, I usually request a hand scale due to my phobia of water collecting at the back of my throat however I decided to go for the usual scale and polish and the nurse Chloe collected the water very well making the whole procedure go smoothly which made the whole experience more pleasant. Many Thanks πŸ’“πŸ’“
Diane Jordan
Diane Jordan
2024-03-12
My dentist and her nurse Chloe worked well together and they were very attentive. Thank you Diamond Smile. πŸ™‚
Eugenia Calisto
Eugenia Calisto
2024-03-12
I attended an appointment here and the nurse Chloe called me into the room. She greeted me with such manners and created a welcoming environment.
Kiara Jordan
Kiara Jordan
2024-03-12
I went to get some fillings today here, My dentist and her nurse Chloe were very understanding and patient with me despite me being very nervous. They were extremely kind and comforting.
g v
g v
2024-03-11
Amazing practice. Clear instructions from the dentist and really helpful girls on the front
Joe Reed
Joe Reed
2024-03-06
Good dentist
FlyWithRev
FlyWithRev
2024-03-06
Very quick and efficient service!
Ruth Bell
Ruth Bell
2024-03-04
I have been with this dentist for years. Rena is so gentle and kind I have never had a bad experience. Cannot speak highly enough of all the staff from nurses to receptionists. You’re in safe hands here.

Frequently Asked Questions

Composite bonding involves applying a tooth-coloured resin to enhance the appearance of teeth, while veneers are thin shells placed on the front surface of teeth. Bonding is a direct application, often requiring a single visit, while veneers are custom-made and fabricated in a dental laboratory.
Composite bonding is suitable for individuals with minor cosmetic concerns such as chipped or discoloured teeth. However, it may not be ideal for extensive repairs or major alterations.
The lifespan of composite bonding can vary based on factors like oral hygiene and lifestyle. With proper care, it can last several years. Periodic touch-ups or replacements may be needed over time.
While composite bonding is durable, it is essential to practise good oral hygiene. Avoiding habits like biting on hard objects and minimising the consumption of staining substances can help prolong the life of the bonding.
The process is generally painless. It involves minimal tooth preparation, and local anaesthesia is usually not required. Patients may experience some sensitivity after the procedure, which typically resolves on its own.