Delivering life-changing smiles Greenwich, London

Delivering life-changing smiles Greenwich, London

Delivering life-changing smiles Greenwich, London

Delivering life-changing smiles Greenwich, London

Composite Bonding?

Composite bonding is the process of applying tooth coloured filling material to the surface of the teeth to change the overall shape, size and colour of the tooth.

Composite edge bonding is where composite is added to the edges of the tooth to make them look more uniform and repair small chips or imperfections of the teeth.

Situations where composite bonding is suitable:

  • Chipped tooth
  • Cracks
  • Stains
  • General Wear
  • To improve aesthetic appearance of teeth or smile

The main benefits are:

  • No needles / Injections
  • No drilling of natural tooth structure
  • Same day result

Your Composite Bonding Journey With Us

What is the process for dental bonding in Greenwich?

Book a consultation

During the first appointment, a briefing of the desired outcome is discussed with yourself, where you will have an opportunity to explain in detail the ideal shape and colour you would like.

At the second appointment the trial smile is conducted, this is an opportunity to see the smile design on your teeth before confirming you are ready to proceed with composite bonding/ veneers. If all is well, only then do we proceed with your treatment.

The material is finished and polished to a life-like shine. Ultimately this is what gives you the pearly white looking teeth you have been longing for!

Frequently Asked Questions

In general, even if you don’t have composite bonding, if it’s not food or drink then it probably shouldn’t go in your mouth. Avoid using your teeth to tear open crisp packets and containers. Nail biting should be avoided, habits like pen chewing should be stopped, hard things in your diet like nuts and bones can cause increased wear of teeth and composite.

Heavily staining food and drinks can stain the composite, just like your natural tooth, and you may need more frequent appointments with the hygienist for polishing – tea, coffee, red wine, turmeric and curry. Just imagine anything you would want to avoid spilling down a white shirt!

They are very similar, but a composite veneer will cover the whole of the tooth surface whereas bonding may be on the edges and partially over front surface.

It is very beneficial to have well aligned teeth before composite bonding. If they are not straight, then the composite will be thick in some areas and thin in others and you will not have your optimum functionality and aesthetics.

Composite Bonding Patient Gallery

Cosmetic Treatments 

Smile Makeover

Smile Makeover

From the first moments you meet someone new, as you greet a loved one or as you nervously take your place in front of an audience waiting to hear you speak.
Air Polish

Air Polish

Air-Flow is a professional stain removal system that tackles stubborn stains

Veneers

Veneers

Veneers are custom-made thin coverings of porcelain made to fit over the outer surface of your front teeth to improve their colour, shape and position

Teeth Whitening

Teeth Whitening

Professional teeth whitening is an easy, safe and comfortable process to brighten up your smile

Composite Bonding

Composite Bonding

Cosmetic Bonding is a procedure where the dentist adds a special-coloured resin to your teeth to improve their appearance and shape