Teeth bonding, also known as dental bonding, is an incredibly simple treatment that can transform your smile. Using a tooth-coloured resin, we can improve the shape and appearance of your teeth, skilfully covering chipped and worn teeth, or filling gaps and cavities.
Bonding is very safe and reversible. It won’t damage your teeth, and the process itself is very straightforward. Best of all, there are no drills or needles involved.
The results are impressive and look so natural – the composite blends in seamlessly with your own teeth. Teeth bonding is one of the most effective – and affordable – cosmetic techniques we offer.
To prepare your teeth for cosmetic bonding, we’ll give them a thorough clean and remove any damage or decay. We’ll then use our technical and artistic skills to reshape your teeth using a special composite material.
Once you’re happy with the appearance of your teeth, we’ll set and harden the composite using blue light, before giving it a final polish. The whole process takes less than an hour, and your results will be ready to show off straight away.
“ For years my confidence had been severely affected by the imperfections in my teeth and I would always shy away from having my photographs taken. The treatment I received at Sense turned out to be a completely life-changing transformation.
Composite edge bonding costs from £350 per tooth. To receive a personalised quote, contact us to arrange a complimentary consultation.
Not at all. Bonding is a gentle treatment, and you won't require any pain relief.
For some patients, dental bonding can instantly create a straighter smile. We offer a wide range of orthodontic and cosmetic dental treatments, so we can discuss all your treatment options and help you make the right choice.
Composite bonding provides incredible results indistinguishable from your natural teeth.
The composite resin that we use for bonding isn't as strong as your natural teeth. You'll most likely need to touch up your results every 3–10 years.
You can't whiten bonding material, so we always recommend whitening your teeth before bonding.