Perfect Smiles with Composite Bonding Wigan

Keep all your own healthy teeth but still achieve your perfect smile with no need for drilling.

What is Composite Tooth Bonding

Composite Bonding, or Dental Bonding is used to refine and alter the shape of your own natural teeth, without the need for drilling. Composite Bonding is a cosmetic procedure that uses a tooth-coloured resin which is applied to the tooth to repair chipped teeth or improve the shape of a tooth and also restore its original appearance. The resin during the treatment is bonded, polished and shaped to match your own teeth , so you get your own unique perfect smile.

Dental bonding, also known as composite resin bonding, is a technique that adds material to your teeth to alter or supplement their shape. Your dental professional applies and shapes a putty-like resin to your teeth before bonding them permanently in this procedure.

Problems that Teeth Bonding Can Address

One of the main advantages of choosing cosmetic bonding to improve the look and feel of your smile is that this treatment is able to address a number of different issues including:

  • Reshape the tooth
  • Slightly shorter teeth
  • Slightly misaligned teeth
  • Chipped or slightly damaged teeth
  • Gaps in your smile
  • Discoloured teeth
  • Increase the size of teeth

And one of the main benefits of composite bonding is that it is completely reversible.

Your Leading Tooth Bonding Dentist

We strive to provide exemplary standards in all family and cosmetic dentistry at our clinic. Armed with years of experience, we utilise the skill levels achieved by our highly qualified team to offer sophisticated dental treatments that will enhance your smile.

We are also a teaching clinic and provide post graduate teaching and training for qualified dentists.

The Dental Bonding Process Explained

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The Consultation

During the FREE consultation the dentist will have a chat about what treatments you are interested in. They will talk you through the different treatment options and will confirm your eligibility for the treatment. The cost of the treatment will also be discussed. This appointment will last 15 minutes.

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The Examination

To prepare your tooth for bonding treatment, your dentist will take photos, X-rays and digital scans, or a dental impression, of your teeth. These records will be used to create a treatment plan, tailored for you. You may be given a bleaching kit at this appointment if appropriate. The best thing about composite bonding dental treatment is that you can have it done all in one day after your examination! This appointment will last 30-45 minutes.

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The Cosmetic Bonding

The best thing about composite bonding dental treatment is that you can have it done all in one day after your examination!!

First, you will decide if you are happy with the shade of your teeth. If you wish to whiten them, you will be given a Boutique Whitening kit with custom trays to whiten your teeth for 2–4 weeks at home. Your cosmetic dentist will match the correct resin colour to match the colour of your natural tooth. Next is we will roughen the surface to be treated and bonding liquid will be put onto the tooth. A tooth-coloured putty-resin will be moulded into shape and hardened with UV rays. The bonding will then be trimmed to polish and match the tooth surface.

Consultations for Composite Dental Teeth Bonding are FREE.

0% Interest Free Finance for 6,10, & 12 Months is available for composite bonding treatment. Contact our reception team for finance applications and more information.

How to Know if Composite Bonding Is Right for You?

It’s important to recognise that composite bonding is not for everyone and when considering this treatment, there are a number of different factors that you should take into consideration when determining whether this is right for you.

For example, you are a good candidate for this treatment if you meet the following criteria:

  • If you want to enhance the appearance of your teeth
  • If you need to cover an exposed root
  • Repair damaged, chipped, fractured, or decayed teeth

Benefits of Dental Bonding

There are lots of benefits that come hand in hand with composite bonding including:

  • Helps you to achieve a healthier more confident smile
  • Safe and fast
  • Less expensive than other aesthetic treatments
  • Will enhance the natural look of your existing smile
  • No injections

Dental Bonding Aftercare

In order to optimise the results of your dental bonding and maximise the longevity of this treatment, it’s important that you familiarise yourself with bonding aftercare and follow it through.

Here are some of our top tips to keep your new smile sparkling!

  • Avoid tea, coffee and any other drinks that might stain for at least 48 hours after your treatment.
  • Avoid smoking for at least 48 hours.
  • Practise good oral health by brushing and flossing frequently.
  • Avoid biting nails or chewing items such as pen lids or any other object that could potentially chip your tooth.
  • Brush with a soft toothbrush

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Treatment FAQs

1. What is the difference between dental bonding and dental veneers?

The main difference between dental bonding and dental veneers is that a resin is applied to the surface of your teeth and then cured with a special light. Whereas veneers are custom-made restorations that are bonded to the surface of your teeth.

2. How many sessions does dental bonding require?

Dental bonding is incredibly fast and effective and can be completed within one visit to your dentist.

3. How do you care for your teeth after dental bonding?

After dental bonding, it’s important that you:

  • Avoid tea, coffee and any other drinks that might stain for at least 48 hours after your treatment.
  • Avoid smoking for at least 48 hours.
  • Practise good oral health by brushing and flossing frequently.
  • Avoid biting nails or chewing items such as pen lids or any other object that could potentially chip your tooth.
  • Brush with a soft toothbrush
4. Can I eat straight away?

The resin cures completely during the dental bonding process, therefore you can eat and drink straight away.

5. How long does composite bonding last?

Bonding lasts between 5–7 years, depending on how well you look after your teeth.

6. Will I need to have any tooth preparation done before the procedure?

Composite bonding requires no tooth preparation or removal.

7. Can you get composite bonding at any age?

Yes, it’s suitable for all ages and is drill free.

8. How long does composite bonding take on one tooth?

Composite bonding could take as little as 45 minutes for one tooth.

9. How much does it cost for composite bonding?

As a general rule of thumb, in the UK one tooth might cost between £140 to £360. Of course, your dentist will provide you with an estimate before treatment begins

10. Is dental bonding noticeable?

Dental bonding is designed to complement and enhance your natural smile. And although the resin can feel sensitive and odd at first, the resin is not noticeable.

11. Is composite bonding painful?

Composite bonding is pain free and no anaesthesia is needed to complete this treatment.

12. Are there any risks or potential complications associated with composite bonding?

Composite bonding does not have any major risks however, you should be aware that the composite resin used is not as strong as your natural teeth. With this in mind, the resin could chip or separate from your real teeth.

13. Will the composite bonding affect my ability to bite or chew?

You can bite and chew normally with this treatment.

14. What is the warranty and guarantee for composite bonding treatment?

Composite bonding generally comes with only 1-year warranty. This is because it is difficult to predict if and when the material will crack.

15. Is composite bonding covered by insurance?

Insurance doesn’t often cover cosmetic procedures.

16. Is composite bonding covered by the NHS?

Composite bonding is not available on the NHS.

“Walked into the surgery over 18 months ago crying with lots of ongoing complex issues with my teeth.”

“Peter and the team identified the issues after X-rays and devised a plan for me. This involved complex root canal treatment on 3 teeth followed by restorative work on a further 3 teeth.I was absolutely over the moon with the work that Peter and Matthew did and they managed to save 3 teeth that initially they expected would need to be removed.”

“I was then handed over to Amisha Patel for Invisalign treatment…Amisha has been brilliant from start to finish and is a perfectionist & ensuring you get the smile you want.”

“The final journey for me was back with Peter for composite bonding. Peter again has done an outstanding job with my teeth. I was nervous having these done as did not want them to look too obvious. They are simply amazing!”

“Can’t thank the team enough at Boutique Dental. I am forever grateful to them for everything they have done for me. If you are considering dental work, here is the place to go!! All the dentists that I have been involved with in the surgery are so knowledgeable and upto date with best practice and it shows with the work they do!! I am so happy!! Thank you to you all.”

“So I wasn’t happy with just 1 of my top teeth, I came to Sarah and from my first appointment she has been amazing talking me through all my options. I had a course of teeth whitening and bonding. I’m so happy with my end result and can finally smile 😃”

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