Composite Bonding at iCare Dental

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Cosmetic bonding from  £350 to £175 (50% off)

Are you struggling with aesthetic dentistry issues, including a chip in the tooth, discolouration, and alignment or spacing problems? Then, Composite dental bonding may be the ideal solution for you.

| iCare Dental, London | December, 2023

What Is Composite Bonding?

Composite bonding (also known as dental bonding or teeth bonding) is a form of adhesive dentistry where our dentists will use tooth-coloured resin to correct crooked, broken, or wrongly spaced teeth. This resin is bonded with your natural tooth and will help improve your smile’s overall functionality and aesthetic appearance.

What Is Composite Bonding Used For?

There are many minor tooth problems that dental bonding can address, including:

Before beginning any dental bonding session, our dentists will conduct a one-on-one consultation with you to ensure you know what to expect from the procedure. This session will detail everything you need to know, including maintenance and care tips. In addition, we’ll evaluate the extent of your dental health and determine whether you are the right candidate for the dental bonding procedure. For more information on what issues dental bonding can mend, contact us today.

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Composite Bonding Benefits

There are many benefits associated with dental bonding as the procedure is an ideal way of restoring your teeth’ aesthetic appearance and functionality. If you are struggling with visual deficiencies in your teeth, then you may opt for dental bonding based on the following advantages:


It does not usually require anaesthesia and is, therefore, a relatively easy procedure

Ideal mending

Composite bonding is ideal for mending minor dental cosmetic imperfections

Less expensive

Less expensive than other restorative treatments, including dental veneers and crowns

Efficient procedure

An efficient procedure that can be completed within 30-60 minutes per tooth

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Composite Bonding Vs. Veneers

Although composite bonding is less hard-wearing than having veneers fitted, it is a more cost effective treatment. You can also have it done multiple times without damaging your teeth.

Is Compose Bonding Painful?

Composite bonding is a pain-free experience that can normally be completed in a single visit to the dentist.

Veneers are thin coverings to correct discolouration, minor misalignment, chips, or cracks.
Teeth Whitening

Lets’ make your smile brighter, we also offer “take-home” whitening kits.

Crowns & Bridges
Crown and Bridges can fill gaps in teeth or improve teeth if they are damaged



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