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Composite Bonding

Composite bonding is a great way to upgrade the look of your smile without doing any damage. Layers of composite resin are skilfully applied onto the tooth, then hardened with a special light. This technique rarely involved filing down of your natural tooth so it is typically completely reversible. Treatment is tailored to you, so a thorough consultation is required to understand your goals.

 

The typical life span for composite restorations is around 5-7 years with some easy maintenance steps. All work is guaranteed for 12 months. Repairs after this are charged at £100 per tooth

 

Dr Will Walsh with a patient

Treatment planning starts with a full cosmetic consultation where we will discuss your preferences and treatment aims. 

 

Cosmetic consultation - £100 Deposit (Credited towards your treatment)

This includes:

  • Clinical examination of teeth and gums

  • Clinical Photography

  • Digital mock up to outline what could be achieved with composite bonding

  • Full estimate for any work discussed

Facially driven Smile design - All work is done in a  bespoke way to ensure the work enhances your face and smile, taking into account your gender, face shape, lip structure and age. The Image to the left shows some examples of tooth characteristics which could be incorporated into your smile. Which style do you like?

 

We use the highest quality composite materials to get the best longevity with an amazing natural appearance which can hold a beautiful surface shine. The procedure is pain free and typically requires no anaesthetic or drilling.  

Lorin smile Catalogue

Want whiter teeth?

Composite bonding is frequently combined with teeth whitening to get the best final result. A Digital scan can be taken at this first appointment to get started on your new smile straight away. 

The price is calculated per tooth and can vary depending on the complexity of the case but see our fee page for more information. 

We also provide 'Composite Artistry' for complex tooth restorations. This is ideal for broken front teeth where we layer multiple composite materials to closely replicate the natural appearance of the surrounding teeth.

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