CompositeBonding, HarleyDistrict

A cosmetic treatment to restore your smile

Elleven Dental

Composite bonding is used by our private dentists to correct small dental concerns by enhancing your natural teeth, using a material called resin.

What is composite bonding?

An effective way to correct minor dental imperfections and concerns, composite bonding is a non-invasive treatment. It involves applying a composite resin to the tooth, which then creates a brand new surface layer. The resin is colour matched to the exact shade of your teeth, enhancing your natural smile.


Why might you need composite bonding?


Here at E11even Dental in Harley District, London, we recommend composite bonding to repair the following dental concerns:


  • Chipped or cracked teeth
  • Uneven teeth
  • Worn down teeth
  • Gaps between teeth
  • Discoloured or stained teeth

What is the dental bonding treatment process?

Dental bonding creates a new surface layer for the tooth through the use of composite resin. The treatment is simple and does not require sedation.

Our highly skilled clinicians start by colour matching the composite resin to the shade of your existing teeth. When you choose composite bonding, you are guaranteed to have impressive results that also look natural. We then prepare the tooth and apply the resin to it, helping to fill cracks or gaps between the teeth. The resin is then polished off and hardened using a UV light.

A single tooth dental bond can be completed in one sitting. Depending on how many teeth need to be addressed, it could take place over multiple appointments. This all depends on your exact needs and requirements. For example if you’re considering orthodontic treatments such as Invisalign in London this treatment would need to be completed prior to your composite bonding treatment.

To discover more about the composite bonding treatment process, please do not hesitate to get in touch with our dental team today on 020 3885 1420.

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Benefits of composite bonding

There are many benefits to choosing composite bonding dental treatment, such as the following:

  • Can correct small dental concerns or imperfections
  • The results often look natural
  • Can often take place in one sitting
  • Can improve your confidence
  • Requires no needles or sedation

Composite bonding aftercare

For 48 hours after treatment, our experienced clinicians recommend avoiding any food or drinks that could stain the resin. For example, please avoid red wine and coffee.

Visiting our Harley District practice for regular checkups and hygiene appointments is vital for maintaining your oral health. Keeping your composite bonding results optimum requires routine visits to our practice to prevent any discolouration.

Maintaining good oral hygiene is essential. Brush twice a day using a fluoride toothpaste and make sure to floss and use mouthwash.

Costs of composite bonding

The costs of composite bonding can vary based on how many teeth need to be bonded and your exact treatment plan. Please call our Harley District practice today on 020 3885 1420 to enquire about fees and payment plans.

Our results

Our experienced composite bonding dentists are proud of the work carried out at our private practice in Harley District, London. If you are considering composite bonding treatment, please view our impressive results below.


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Before & after

Please see our before and after gallery below. You’ll be able to see the amazing work carried out by our composite bonding dentists and the difference a visit to our Harley District practice can make.


Below you’ll be able to find an array of glowing reviews from patients who have left our practice impressed with their new smile.

Frequently Asked Questions

You may not be suitable for composite bonding if you have signs of gum disease or a misaligned bite. These dental concerns will need to be addressed and rectified before composite bonding treatment can begin. Our skilled dentists will discuss with you during your consultation whether you are suitable for composite bonding.

Composite bonding is quick, easy and painless. It can take approximately one hour to bond one tooth. If you have any questions about what to expect during your treatment, please call our friendly team in Harley District, London, today on 020 3885 1420.

With the correct aftercare, composite bonding lasts on average around 5 years. This can vary based on lifestyle factors and whether the bonding become stained or worn down.


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