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Composite Bonding

Composite Bonding is a non-invasive way of enhancing you smile. In most cases treatment can be completed in just two appointments.

Composite Bonding can be used for a number of reasons; to correct worn
edges, close gaps, add length, align misplaced teeth and even improve
colour. This may be used on one or multiple teeth depending on your goals for
treatment.

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Treatment Time minimum investment 40 minutes per tooth
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Average Life Span: 10-15 years (can last longer)

Composite Bonding

Costs: £175-300 Per Tooth

£ 175-300
Per Tooth
  • Treatment Time minimum investment 40 minutes per tooth
  • 2 Visits
  • Average Life Span: 6 years (can last longer)
  • Reversible
  • Pain Free

Step 1

consultation

Your consultation process consists of a full examination of your dental health
and an assessment of your suitability for treatment. Where appropriate a
treatment plan can be formed which usually involves whitening prior to
composite bonding. Only after the consultation process can I advise the costs
of treatment but usually this is between £175-300 per tooth.

Step 2

Whitening

Whitening can be used prior to Composite Bonding to enhance the final
results. The idea being, by whitening the teeth, we are able to use less
composite to hide or mask the underlying darker tooth structure. At home
whitening is priced at £300 in both Birmingham and Edinburgh.

Step 3

Invisalign

Occasionally composite bonding requires improvement in your tooth position
prior to treatment. If this is the case a short course of Invisalign treatment
maybe advised before finishing with composite bonding. Invisalign treatment
ranges from £1500-£4000 depending on the complexity.

Step 4

Align Bleach Bond or Align Bleach Composite

Following the Align Bleach Composite (ABC) approach we are able to treat
cases with very minimal intervention and maximise the results.

Step 5

Aftercare and Longevity

Composite bonding is considered to be a permanent restoration of the teeth;
however, the longevity of the treatment can vary from person to person. Good
oral hygiene and regular care will ensure the best longevity of the material.
Average lifespan is 5-7 years, with maintenance to polish or addition
occasionally required. As composite is adjustable changes can be made to the
material if required to ensure a long life.