Composite bonding

Composite bonding to perfect your teeth in no time

Teeth imperfections do not have to hold you back from a stunning smile. Our composite bonding treatment can fix multiple dental issues to bring out your flawless beaming smile. We use the finest high aesthetic resin for bonding, to restore your teeth seamlessly. This treatment helps to close minor gaps  and fix chipped teeth with zero noticeable signs in one sitting.

It is 100% safe, reversible, and requires no waiting time for results. Our skilled cosmetic dentists will conduct a gum health exam to ensure the suitability of your teeth for bonding, and you will have a single in-chair session to repair damaged or discoloured teeth for an improved natural appearance.

Mouth Dental has the expertise, technology, and personalised services to restore, alter, and improve your teeth with composite bonding. All treatments are followed by a consultation where you can discuss the results you want to achieve. Our dental professionals ensure you receive the best treatment for the affected teeth to give them optimum aesthetics and functional success.

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What is Composite Bonding?

Also called dental bonding, composite bonding is a cosmetic dentistry process that restores the shape and colour of your teeth. During the procedure, a thin coat of acrylic resin is applied to your teeth, and as the resin hardens, it is sculpted to alter and supplement damaged areas of teeth. The acrylic is impeccably matched to the natural whiteness of your teeth, so it is virtually undetectable.

Types of dental issues that can be corrected with Composite Bonding

Composite bonding can correct numerous damage-related, colour-related, and shape-related teeth issues. Composite resin bonding can;

  • Repair your chipped or cracked teeth
  • Change the shape of teeth
  • Repair decayed teeth to fill cavities and replace amalgam fillings
  • Increase the length of short teeth
  • Improve the appearance of discoloured teeth
  • Close gaps between teeth
  • Protect exposed roots when they are exposed by receding gums

Benefits of Composite Bonding

  • Composite bonding is a dental cosmetic treatment designed to enhance the appearance of teeth. It is an effective method to refine your teeth with no waiting time. A single visit to the dentist is all it takes, and the bonding material is directly applied to your teeth, then carefully sculpted, smoothed, and polished. Several teeth can be restored in a single session. The bonding not only mimics the natural teeth colour but also the translucent characteristic of the natural tooth enamel.
  • The treatment is non-invasive, which means, usually, there are no anesthetics involved unless bonding is used to fill a decayed tooth. It is relatively pain-free.
  • Composite bonding cost is lesser than other dental cosmetic procedures. They are cheaper than porcelain veneers.
  • It is long-lasting, but at the same time reversible so, there’s always the opportunity to take them off or replace them when you whiten teeth to match the new colour. Failures are rare and easy to fix.
  • Bonding does not cause pain or discomfort.
  • Results are easy to predict and functional from the start.

Reasons to book your composite bonding treatment at mouth Dental

Mouth Dental serves over 9000 patients and is a multi-location clinic at South Quay and Churchill Place in Canary Wharf and Nine Elms SW11. From routine dental care to emergency dental services, from specialist treatments to cosmetic procedures, our clinics are fully equipped with cutting-edge technology and expertise in the form of clinicians, resident specialists, and consultants to look after your dental health. Your appointments with us are followed by convenient reminders via text and email by our patient care service. Our advanced clinical services are trusted by local practices, and more than 50 local dental clinics refer complex cases to our South Quay in-house team.

We offer composite bonding in a safe, friendly, and modern environment after a thorough inspection of your teeth and dental health. Our professionals discuss all the options open to you to treat your dental condition and recommend what’s best for you. You go into your treatment well-informed and with all pre-procedure processes completed. We specialise in smile makeovers, so you are in good hands with us.
The best composite bonding techniques are used to achieve natural-looking results, so the bonding seamlessly blends into the rest of the teeth more authentically. We use the most advanced high-end bonding resin for the optimum outcome.

Composite Bonding Procedure at Mouth Dental

  • It is important to consider professional teeth cleaning and whitening before bonding. It enables the resin to match the new tooth colour. Teeth whitening gel is not effective on composite. Therefore, whitening before bonding is recommended. Composite conditioning treatment is designed to maintain the shade of composite bonding.
  • The first step is matching the resin to your teeth colour perfectly.
  • Then, the tooth enamel is gently cleaned with a weak acidic gel to prepare the tooth surface for bonding.
  • The resin is applied incrementally to restore the form and colour of teeth. The putty-like resin material is shaped and moulded to achieve the desired result.
  • It is then rapidly hardened with UV light.
  • The bonding is further shaped and trimmed. It is finally polished to give for natural tooth appearance.

Before and After images

Am I suitable for composite bonding?

It is suitable for almost everyone who needs to correct minor dental imperfections. However, the effectiveness is determined by the level of damage to the teeth or the condition your teeth are in. For serious cracks and chips, dental crowns or veneers are more suitable. Some tooth gaps, if too wide, need to be corrected through Invisalign or other orthodontic treatment. We carry out a detailed clinical examination and perform a digital intra-oral scan for an aspirational smile analysis to help you decide which treatment offers the best results for you. If you have a general or nightly habit of teeth grinding, it is best to look at other options as well.

How long do the results last?

Good oral hygiene and bonding care determine how long the results last. Generally, bonding can last up to 10 years. It does wear with time, lose shine, and pick up staining. However, re-contouring, polishing, and touching-up are possible. If you are careful enough to protect your bonded teeth from hard foods and excessive nail-biting, you can make them last their full lifespan. You will need replacements after that.

Aftercare- how to take care of my teeth after the treatment

The biggest culprit of bonded teeth is hard foods, such as candies or ice cubes. Biting pencils, pens, and daredevil tricks with your teeth like opening bottle caps or pulling off corks, are damaging to the bonding.

As it is not possible to effectively whiten bonded teeth, it’s crucial to ensure their colour is retained by practicing anti-staining teeth cleaning. Make sure to clean your teeth after eating foods that cause stains and discolouration. It is not only good practice for maintaining the bonding’s lustre but also for the general health of your teeth.
Opt for non-abrasive toothpaste and a soft-bristled toothbrush to clean your teeth twice a day.
Teeth grinding will have to be a habit of the past. Consider wearing a nightguard if you have sleep bruxism.
Avoid overly sugary, acidic, and highly starchy foods. Eat a fibre, mineral, and vitamin-rich diet with lots of greens, vegetables, and fruit.
Make regular visits to the dentist a general rule to maintain overall good hygiene.

How much does a Composite Bonding treatment cost?

At Mouth Dental, you can be assured of expertise and quality that ensure flawless finishes. The full cost can vary depending on the complexity or the simplicity of the treatment.

Our Composite Bonding costs from £299, and
Edge Bonding costs from £199

Payment Options at Mouth Dental

If the treatment is going to be more expensive, there are several options to spread out the cost. We offer 0% interest-free finance over 12 months and 9.9 % interest for up to five years in partnership with Chrysalis Finance. The patient can make monthly payments to Chrysalis Finance via standing order. We are happy to detail our financing options when you visit us.

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


Will Composite Bonding damage my teeth?

No, it will not damage teeth. The process is non-invasive to minimally invasive, and there's no need for tooth grinding or your enamel to be removed.

Is Composite Bonding suitable for me?

If you have chips fractures, broken or uneven teeth, stubborn stains, short teeth, or exposed roots, composite bonding can fix it all.

Can I whiten my teeth after a bonding treatment?

Bonding resin does not respond to whitening agents. However, you can always replace bonding material to match the enhanced colour of your natural teeth. We recommend teeth whitening prior to the bonding treatment.

Can I clean my teeth as usual?

Yes, you can. Just make sure not to use abrasive material or abrasive toothpaste. Use alcohol-free mouthwashes if you are using them. Follow your dentist’s instructions.

How do I prepare my teeth for bonding?

Composite bonding requires little to no preparation. However, your teeth should be clean. They should be free from tartar and plaque. Dental cleaning will prep your teeth to ensure they are clean before the resin is bonded. Any decaying should also be removed.

Does the procedure hurt?

No, it is pain-free and non-invasive. No anesthetics are used. It is only minimally invasive when used to repair a cavity.

Can I remove Composite Bonding?

Yes, it is reversible. You can either remove it altogether or replace bonding.

How soon after can I eat and drink?

You can eat and drink after you leave the dental clinic. However, refrain from having hot beverages, acidic food, sticky foods, nuts, alcohol, or fizzy drinks soon after. Try to avoid stain-causing foods and drinks for the first 24 hours, such as tea, coffee, wine, tomato sauce, soy sauce, balsamic vinegar, grape juice, berries, beets, and fresh cherries. A soft diet is recommended for a day. It gives time for the bonding material to gain its full strength. It is important aftercare to protect your bonded teeth from hard foods. Some may feel tooth sensitivity right after, but it gradually disappears.

Do bonded teeth need any special attention?

Keeping your teeth cleaned and flossed is essential. Brush twice a day and floss regularly. Make sure not to bite anything too hard with your bonded teeth. Regular dental cleaning performed every 6 months will ensure your teeth do not build up stubborn stains.

Can I get Composite Bonding through the NHS?

No, the NHS does not provide Composite Bonding, as it is purely a cosmetic dental procedure.

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