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Composite Bonding Marylebone, Kings Cross, Notting Hill & West Kensington

Composite Bonding is used to conceal imperfections such as chipped, cracked, or discoloured teeth.

Composite bonding is a modern and minimally-invasive way
to restore teeth that have sustained chips, cracks or stains.

When does Bond Dental recommend Composite Bonding?

Your dentist at Bond Dental may recommend composite bonding treatment if you have individual teeth that are discoloured, or if there are existing cracks or chips. Whilst we also offer veneers for these type of defects, composite bonding may be preferable if you’re looking for the most minimally-invasive solution to fixing your tooth.

Good candidates for composite bonding are those who have healthy teeth, where the majority of the enamel coating is intact. The tooth or teeth in question must also have healthy roots.

Six reasons why you should choose us for your Composite Bonding treatment


Award-winningcustomer service


Free initial consultation


Providing beautiful smiles for over 5 years


Beautiful teeth in as little as three weeks

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Cost of Composite Bonding

Affordable Invisalign treatment

Composite bonding per tooth (Anterior tooth) 

From £495

Composite bonding (Anterior teeth 2-2 / 4 teeth)

From £1750

Composite bonding (Anterior teeth 3-3 / 6 teeth)

From £2450

To view the cost of other cosmetic dental treatments at Bond Dental, please see our fee page. 

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1. How does Composite Bonding work?

Composite Bonding is a modern and minimally-invasive way to restore teeth that have sustained chips, cracks or stains. It’s also possible to close small gaps with composite bonding treatment. The process involves adding very fine layers of composite to an affected tooth, and shaping it in place. The composite material is matched to your exact tooth shade, so the result will look completely authentic.

2. How long does Composite Bonding last?

A tooth that has been composite bonded can usually last in the region of 5-7 years, on average. The longevity of the results will depend on factors such as how well you care for your teeth and the type of food and drink you consume. Tooth-staining food will result in your tooth becoming discoloured in the long term, whilst neglecting to brush and floss routinely is also likely to cause tooth decay.

3. How do I care for my teeth after Composite Bonding?

A good dental hygiene routine and a sensible diet will underpin the condition of your bonded tooth. Staying clear of tooth-staining food and drink will also ensure your tooth does not begin to discolour. We strongly recommend avoiding biting down on any foreign objects (such as pens or ice) as these commonly cause bonded teeth to chip and crack.

4. How do I get started?

To get started on your composite bonding journey with us at Bond Dental, simply contact our reception team, who can book you in for an appointment. Once your tooth or teeth have been examined, your dentist will be able to begin planning how to tailor treatment to your unique case.

5. How do I find out more about Composite Bonding?

We recommend contacting our reception team, who can book you in for a consultation appointment. One of our experienced dentists will be able to let you know what to expect and whether you’re suitable for treatment. Our team welcome any questions you have during this appointment.

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