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Composite Bonding

Composite dental bonding offers a versatile and effective treatment option to enhance the beauty and functionality of your smile. At our High Wycombe dentist, we take pride in offering this innovative procedure to help you achieve the smile you’ve always desired.

What is composite bonding?

Composite bonding involves the application of a tooth-coloured resin material directly to your teeth. This resin can cover either the entire tooth, known as a ‘veneer’, or be applied to only part of the tooth in is a process called ‘edge bonding’. The composite bonding technique allows us to address a variety of cosmetic concerns, such as:

  • Repairing chipped or cracked teeth
  • Closing gaps
  • Reshaping irregular teeth
  • Improving the overall appearance of your smile.

The process begins with a thorough examination and consultation, where our experienced dentists will discuss your goals and develop a personalised treatment plan tailored to your unique needs.

Advantages of composite bonding

One of the significant advantages of tooth bonding is its versatility. The procedure is minimally invasive, requiring little to no removal of your natural tooth structure. The composite resin is carefully sculpted and bonded to your teeth, resulting in a seamless and natural-looking restoration. With composite bonding, you can achieve a more harmonious smile in just one visit, as the treatment can often be completed in a single appointment.

Another advantage of teeth bonding is its ability to deliver immediate results. Unlike other cosmetic procedures that may require multiple visits or laboratory work, composite bonding can provide instant transformations. This means you can leave our practice with a rejuvenated smile, feeling confident and ready to show it off to the world.

Limitations of composite bonding

While composite bonding offers numerous benefits, it is important to note that there may be some limitations and potential disadvantages to consider. The material used in bonding can be prone to staining or discoloration over time, especially if you regularly consume coffee, tea, or other staining substances. Additionally, composite bonding may not be as durable as other restorative options like dental veneers or crowns. However, with proper care and maintenance, composite bonding can provide long-lasting results, allowing you to enjoy your improved smile for years to come.

Finance options and costs

At Crendon Dental Centre, we understand that managing the cost of dental treatments can be a concern for some patients. That’s why we are pleased to offer private treatment payment plans, allowing you to spread the cost of your dental treatment over a period of time. We believe that everyone deserves access to quality dental care and strive to make it affordable and accessible for our patients. Please speak with our friendly team to find out your options.

The cost of composite bonding at our High Wycombe dentist starts from £250 per tooth, providing an affordable and effective solution for smile enhancement. Our skilled dentists have extensive experience in this procedure, ensuring that you receive exceptional results and a smile you can be proud of.

Free smile makeover consultations

To help you make an informed decision, we provide free consultations where our dental experts can assess your oral health, discuss your treatment options, and answer any questions or concerns you may have. We also offer smile makeover packages, tailored to address your unique needs and goals. We encourage you to contact our friendly team to find out more about these exciting offers and take the first step towards achieving the smile of your dreams.

Don’t wait any longer to transform your smile. Contact our team today to schedule your free consultation and discover how composite bonding can help you achieve the beautiful, confident smile you deserve.


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