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Composite Bonding Battersea


Restore imperfect teeth perfectly with composite bonding Battersea

Attention to the tiniest detail is our composite bonding forte. We use advanced material and superlative expertise to seamlessly reconstruct teeth. We are able to perfectly match the composite material to your tooth colour and the contours to natural tooth shape to make the restoration undetectable.  Mouth Dental offers world-class dentistry in a world-class clinical setting. Surrounded by state-of-the-art facilities, your composite bonding Battersea experience is designed to be pleasant and completely satisfactory.

With the help of digital dentistry, we are able to accurately examine, diagnose and map out results for high-end aesthetic quality. From resurrecting the whiteness of teeth to repairing chips, cracks, and gaps, we use composite bonding to resolve a range of dental problems.  It’s fast and non-invasive, and results resemble veneered teeth, except less expensive. We build the form, shape, and strength of teeth from high-quality material designed to last longer.

Composite bonding is a versatile and uncomplicated dental solution that fixes damaged or uneven teeth, and we utilise meticulously-executed ultra-precision to achieve the best results. No more hiding your smile from everyone with the glow-up Mouth Dental composite bonding gives your teeth.

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What is composite bonding?

Composite bonding is a restorative technique used in cosmetic dentistry to rebuild the shape and colour of your teeth. It is also called dental bonding and is one of the most affordable dental treatments in cosmetic dentistry. Composite resin is systematically applied to teeth under treatment, and as the resin hardens, it is reshaped to give structure to damaged teeth or fill cracks and cavities. The colour of the resin is matched precisely with the natural colour of your teeth to make it seamlessly blend with other teeth. Composite bonding is undetectable when done correctly.

Types of dental issues that can be corrected with Composite Bonding

Dental bonding can successfully treat a variety of minor dental issues that include;

  • Repairing cracked, chipped, and damaged teeth
  • Reshaping teeth
  • Reconstruct a tooth to give it functional strength and form
  • Closing small gaps between teeth
  • Improving the appearance of discoloured teeth
  • Covering exposed tooth roots due to gum recession
  • Filling a tooth cavity without amalgam fillings

Benefits of composite bonding

  • Composite bonding can refine the appearance of teeth with no waiting time. Results are functional as soon as the treatment is over. It could be done in a single in-chair session during which several teeth can be restored. Once the bonding material is directly applied to your teeth, it is carefully sculpted, smoothed, and polished. The bonding mimics the natural colour of your teeth and the translucent nature of the tooth enamel.
  • It is a non-invasive treatment and usually involves no anesthetics. There is no pain or discomfort involved; it is virtually pain-free.
  • Composite bonding is cheaper than porcelain veneers yet can look similar in appearance although not in strength.
  • It can be durable depending on care and wear but also reversible if you want another treatment option. You can replace bonding to match the new colour of teeth when whitening teeth.
  • Outcomes are easy to predict and correct.

Reasons to book your composite bonding treatment at Mouth Dental

We are composite bonding specialists in Battersea, operating in a multi-clinic establishment. Our resident specialists and consultants are experts in the field and trusted by fellow dentistry professionals, making us a specialist referral centre in Canary Wharf. More than 50 local dental clinics refer complex cases to us.

When it comes to cosmetic dental treatments, we not only pay attention to aesthetics but also focus on your general dental wellbeing by helping you choose the most suitable treatments for your oral health. We enable you to get the full benefit of dental bonding by treating cavities and tooth discolouration you might have before proceeding with the treatment. These include cleaning, fillings, and teeth whitening.

Pre-treatments help the bonding to be more effective and durable as teeth will be free of cavities and gain renewed whiteness, so you don’t have to swap bonding with a brighter colour when you whiten teeth after the procedure. Our competitive prices are transparent from the start, and our flexible payment methods ensure you can afford them.

Composite Bonding Procedure at Mouth Dental

  • During the consultation, we offer you a clear picture of how dental bonding will alter your problem teeth.
  • Professional dental cleaning is highly recommended before bonding, and you can make a hygienist appointment at Mouth Dental to make sure your teeth are cleaned of plaque before the treatment.
  • We match the colour of composite resin to your natural teeth perfectly. It is mainly composed of a resin-based matrix such as bisphenol A-glycidyl methacrylate and inorganic filler like silica. The mechanical property, wear resistance, and translucency of the composite come from the filler.
  • An etching gel that works as an adhesive to the resin is applied to the surface of the tooth.
  • The material is moulded onto the affected tooth or teeth and shaped.
  • It is then cured with a high-intensity light and smoothed and polished for that natural tooth look.
  • The process can take anywhere between 30 to 60 minutes based on the number of teeth that require treatment and the extent of the dental work. You will not feel any discomfort or pain during the process.
  • And, you are ready to show off your beautiful smile to the world.

Am I suitable for composite bonding?

Composite bonding is suitable for almost anyone with minor dental imperfections as it is a non-invasive procedure. The level of suitability varies with the extent of damage or the condition your teeth are in. More extensive damages should be corrected with dental crowns or veneers, and certain tooth gaps need Invisalign treatment. After a detailed clinical examination and digital scans, we help you decide how to achieve the results you desire. If you have bruxism (teeth grinding), composite bonding may not be the best treatment for you.

How long do the results last?

Composite bonding generally lasts between 5-8 years, but it can last up to 10 years with good oral care. Composite wears off over time and picks up stain. Touch-ups can add more body, re-contour, and polish. Keeping your bonded teeth safe from decay, hard foods, and staining will make them last their total life cycle. You will need to replace bonding when they are worn off.

Aftercare – How to take care of teeth after the treatment?

Composite can be damaged just as much as your teeth can. It is important to protect your treated teeth from hard foods and substances. Chewing candies, cracking ice cubes, biting pencils & pens, and using your teeth to open bottle caps or pull off corks should be avoided. High sugary, acidic, and starchy foods are not healthy for bonded or normal teeth. Eating a balanced diet rich in fibre, minerals, vitamins, greens, vegetables, and fruit helps you maintain good oral health.

Protect your bonded teeth from staining. Avoid frequently eating or drinking teeth-staining foods and drinks. Clean your teeth after eating or drinking stain-causing food and drink. Use a non-abrasive toothpaste and toothbrush to clean your teeth twice a day. Consider wearing a nightguard if you have sleep bruxism. Regular checkups at the dentist will keep your teeth in good shape.

How much does Composite Bonding cost?

The cost varies and depends on the condition of your teeth and the imperfections that need to be corrected. Composite Bonding at Mouth Dental costs from £299, and Edge Bonding costs from £199 upwards.

With flexible payment plans available at Mouth Dental, you can spread the cost for more expensive or long-term treatments for better convenience. We offer the ‘pay as you go’ option for each appointment day during the treatment period. You can also get 0% interest-free finance over 12 months and 9.9 % interest for up to five years from Chrysalis Finance. Learn more from our friendly reception team.

Mouth Dental

With a base of over 9,000 private dental patients, Mouth Dental is a multi-clinic practice based at South Quay and Churchill Place in Canary Wharf as well as Nine Elms SW11. Find out more below.

South Quay

Canary Wharf

Churchill Place

Canary Wharf

Nine Elms

SW11 – opening Summer 2022

FAQ

Is composite bonding suitable for me?


If you have broken, chipped, uneven, misshapen, or stained teeth, composite bonding may be right for you. It is non-invasive, requires no downtime, and needs little time to complete the treatment. Composite bonding is reversible and involves no permanent effects. The treatment is less expensive than veneers.

Does composite bonding hurt?


No, the treatment involves work on the surface of the tooth and usually requires no anesthetics or post-procedure painkillers.

Is composite bonding noticeable?


No, it is undetectable. Composite resin resembles the colour of your natural teeth. When shaped, moulded into place, and polished, it looks very much like a part of the tooth.

Does cosmetic bonding need pre-treatment?


To get the best possible outcome from composite bonding, your teeth should be clean and free of decay. Therefore, getting your teeth professionally cleaned and having decay removed are important first steps to successful bonding. If you are planning to have your teeth whitened, doing it pre-bonding allows your dentist to match the bonding colour to your newly brightened tooth colour.

Can I whiten my teeth after a dental bonding treatment?


Whitening agents do not work on bonding resin. You can always replace bonding to match the renewed colour of your teeth.

Can I brush and floss as usual after getting composite bonding?


You can clean your teeth as usual. However, make sure to use non-abrasive brushes & toothpaste and a non-alcoholic mouthwash. Visit your dentist every 6 months for checkups to ensure your perfect smile stays perfect.


Nine Elms, Battersea
2 Ravine Way
Legacy 1 Building
Embassy Gardens, Nine Elms
Battersea, London
SW11 7BH
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South Quay, Canary Wharf
1 – 2 Raleigh House
Admirals Way
London
E14 9SN
020 7987 1212
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Churchill Place, Canary Wharf
Unit 11, 2 Churchill Place
Canary Wharf
London
E14 5RB
020 3384 1212
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