Composite Bonding

The 2 types of
composite bonding

Edge Bonding

Full Surface Composite Veneers

Edge Bonding

What is Edge Bonding and how does it work?

Edge Bonding as suggested in the name treats the
edges of the tooth.
Again a white filling substance is used to improve
jagged edges that have been caused due to erosion or
other damage. The finished result is smooth-edged
this option will usually last 3-5 years depending on
your bite and how well it is cared for, before needing
further attention

From £250 per tooth

Composite Veneers

From £350 per tooth

What are Composite Veneers and how does it work?

Composite Veneers are where we directly build up the entire outer surface of the tooth and improve its appearance by changing its colour, shape and size.

They are made from the same cosmetic white filling material used in the other types of bonding. It is applied to the tooth freehand by your cosmetic dentist, compared to porcelain veneers made by the laboratory and then stuck onto the tooth.

This option will usually last 3-5 years, depending on your bite and how well it is cared for, before needing further attention

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Pros & Cons


  • No drilling- usually doesn’t require drilling of the tooth
    or removal of your original tooth surface.
  • No needles- this treatment process usually requires
    no needles
  • Fast results- treatments can be completed in as little
    as one appointment
  • Cost- composite bonding can be less expensive than


  • As large amounts of your own tooth are not filed
    away, composite bonding can be thin and therefore
    may require more frequent maintenance or re-dos
    compared to full crowns
  • Only lasts for 3-5 years- further attention/ treatment
    will be needed outside of this timeframe
  • Further treatment required may be; re-polishing,
    further building up to replace worn down bits,
    complete replacement if worn down due to the bite
  • Is susceptible to staining- composite resin is more
    porous than tooth enamel, therefore food is more
    likely to cause staining however can be polished up

Composite bonding vs
veneers & crowns

  • Crowns and veneers may be needed on weaker teeth with large fillings already in them or if the
    bite is such that composite bonding would be ineffective
  • Crowns and veneers can be more versatile and therefore can provide more cosmetic changes but
    they will involve more filling away of the tooth and are irreversible changes on the tooth.
  • Veneers and Crowns are more expensive due to them being made outside of the mouth in a
    Veneers and crowns often take a few more visits to do compared to composite bonding.
  • Your mouth may require a combination of both these techniques.

why choose us

  • Have helped over 1000 patients get a beautiful, more confident smile.
  • We use the latest technology and materials with no compromise.
  • Multiple treatment options to achieve the perfect smile.
  • We won’t let you leave until you’re 100% happy with your new smile.
  • Multiple payment options, including 0% finance over 12 months.
  • Free Consultation & Exclusive Offers

Composite Bonding
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