Composite bonding allows you to change the colour of your teeth to a brighter shade giving you a brilliant white smile.
With composite bonding, you can quickly and affordably, close gaps in your teeth and be more confident to smile.
Fixing chipped or cracked teeth has never been easier when you choose composite bonding. You can literally get your dream smile in one sitting.
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Start with a free consultation with our Treatment Coordinator. During this call, you will have the opportunity to share what are trying to achieve, which tooth or teeth you'd want re-shaped and get all your questions answered.
Next, you'll meet one of our experienced Cosmetic Dentists. They will do a complete assessment of your teeth and show you what is possible to achieve via a 3D Virtual Scan. At this stage, you will also receive a complete treatment plan, with pricing and finance options.
The treatment day: the bonding material is applied to the teeth and it's hardened using a special UV light. Once done, further corrections might be needed to get the tooth or teeth looking perfect. This is all pain-free, drill-free and done in one sitting.
Dr Nandita qualified in 1991 with a distinction in her Bachelor Of Dental Surgery (BDS) degree.
She has a true passion for advanced cosmetic and restorative procedures and has established a reputation for high-quality dental care delivered in a compassionate and pain-free manner, bespoke to each patient’s needs.
Her day to day work includes smile improvement, white fillings, crowns, bridges and veneers. She is known for her gentle and caring approach, especially with nervous patients.
She has two teenage boys and in her spare time enjoys spending time with her family, travelling, reading and cooking.
Dr Kiran qualified in dentistry at the renowned Kings College London in 2013. Since then completed her foundation training in London.
Kiran has a keen interest in postgraduate education and continues to build her knowledge in both general and cosmetic dentistry.
In the past few years, she has developed a keen interest in aesthetics and orthodontics acquiring formal qualification in these fields. She is now fully qualified in Invisalign / 6months smiles provider and has obtained advanced training in facial aesthetics.
Kiran has a naturally attentive and considerate personality which allows her to understand her patients’ needs and tailor their treatment to suit individual requirements. Her engaging and friendly nature will make even the most nervous of patients feel at ease.
She encourages patient participation so they can play an active role in their treatment plans, particularly for the creation and maintenance of beautiful smiles.
Composite bonding can start from as little as £250 per tooth for small repairs, and up to £550 per tooth when combined with composite veneers.
Composite bonding lasts for 5 years on average. The material can wear down, chip off, break, or get stained. However, it can last for much longer than anticipated depending on your lifestyle and oral hygiene. Frequent dental visits can ensure your bonding will last for as long as possible.
Composite Bonding, also known as composite build-up, is a painless way to make minor repairs to teeth. In most cases, several teeth can be bonded in one dental visit. Bonding uses tooth-coloured material, called composite resin. Composite resin is put on the tooth, then shaped and hardened with UV light.
Composite bonding is a simple procedure that can be done in one sitting and will strengthen your teeth. This minimally invasive procedure ensures that you'll get the best results and with little to no damage to your natural teeth, making it perfect for anyone looking for a more confident smile.
Composite bonding is not bad for your teeth and is in fact the same material used when you have a white filling. The composite can be removed at any time in the future should you need it to be, leaving the original tooth as before.
Composite bonding vs porcelain veneers is a common question, and there are advantages and disadvantages to both. Composite doesn’t last as long as porcelain and also doesn’t keep its colour quite as well. However, it is much cheaper than porcelain and usually less invasive on your original teeth. To find out which option is the most suitable for you, book your free consultation today.