Composite Bonding

Composite Bonding Liverpool


What is Composite Bonding?

Composite bonding is a process that fixes or improves the look of your teeth by using a composite resin. The composite resin is attached to your teeth and then shaped by our expert dental practitioners to match your teeth shape and colour. The whole process is minimally invasive and can drastically improve the appearance of your smile. Dr Matt Parsons will look after you throughout the whole process and our previous patients are extremely happy with the results.

Benefits of Composite Bonding

  • Minimally invasive procedure.
  • Can be completed in just one visit.
  • Composite veneers look extremely natural.
  • Shaped and coloured to match your existing smile.
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What Our Patients Say

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Frequently Asked Questions

Am I suitable for composite bonding?

We always offer a consultation before committing to any treatment where we will assess your suitability for treatment or any other treatments that may be more beneficial. Contact us to book a consultation.

How long does composite bonding last?

Composite bonding could last 7 years or more, depending on how well you look after your teeth. Regular check-ups with our dentists can help monitor the condition of the bonding and address any necessary repairs or replacements.

How much is composite bonding?

At Duthie Dental, composite bonding starts from £250 per tooth. As Liverpool’s premium choice for composite bonding, finance options are available.

Finance options are available including 0% interest up to 12 Months.

Can you get composite bonding through the NHS?

Composite bonding is generally considered a cosmetic dental treatment, and as such, it is not typically available on the NHS unless there is a medical need or functional impairment. It is best to consult with one of our qualified dentists to inquire about specific coverage and availability.

Can composite bonding straighten teeth?

Composite bonding can improve the appearance of slightly crooked teeth however it may not be the best treatment for your teeth if they are crowded and overlapping, in which case, we would recommend orthodontic treatment.

Bonding is better suited for issues like gaps, misshapen teeth, or vertical discrepancies. It offers a speedy and cost-effective alternative to Invisalign or braces. A big advantage to bonding is that your smile can be transformed in a single appointment.

Is composite bonding expensive?

Composite bonding is a comparably inexpensive dental procedure compared to other treatments like orthodontics. As bonding requires periodic touch-ups for maintenance, it’s worth noting that the overall lifetime cost can increase. At Duthie Dental, composite bonding starts from £225 per tooth, with finance options available.

Can composite bonding be whitened?

No, you can not whiten composite bonding as it does not respond to the whitening methods like your natural teeth do. Whitening your teeth after composite bonding will result in an uneven contrast as your natural teeth will become brighter than your bonding. Whitening doesn’t damage or weaken your bonding but is not recommended as it will create an unbalanced smile with your bonding looking duller than your real teeth.

Can composite bonding stain?

The downside to composite bonding is that it can stain. It’s important to clean your teeth regularly, especially after eating or drinking anything that has the potential to stain.
The main things that can stain composite bonding include:

– Red wine
– Coffee and tea
– Smoking
– Curry
– Food containing turmeric and soy sauce

Composite bonding is also more likely to stain if your dentist doesn’t have the best polishing equipment. At Duthie Dental, we use the industry leading tools ensuring you get the best possible treatment.

Is composite bonding permanent?

No, it’s not permanent treatment and the bonding material can be removed if you decide you don’t want them later on. The treatment can last 7 years or even longer with the right maintenance and oral hygiene.

Can composite bonding be removed?

Yes, composite bonding is a non-invasive treatment and can be safely removed with little to no damage to your natural tooth. The treatment is reversible unlike veneers as it usually does not require your teeth to be filed down.

Does composite bonding damage your teeth?

Composite bonding should cause little to no damage to your natural teeth. It’s a non-invasive treatment that usually won’t require any tooth filing. This makes it an extremely popular choice for those who don’t want to drastically alter their original teeth but want to improve the aesthetics of their smile.

How long does composite bonding treatment take?

Can be completed in just one visit and usually is done within 2 hours once the treatment is started. In most cases, there is no follow up required making it a time effective option for many people.

How long after composite bonding can you eat normally?

You will be able to eat and drink a few hours after your composite bonding has been fitted. For at least 48 hours, you should avoid beverages that could stain your teeth like coffee, tea and red wine, although you may want to limit how much of these you consume going forward to avoid any staining. It’s also important to avoid tobacco products like cigarettes that can cause yellowing to your new bonding.

Is composite bonding painful?

There is usually no notable pain during or after getting composite bonding fitted. Some patients may feel some minor discomfort during the treatment as a result of any tooth preparation that is required or while the adhesive is applied. Any discomfort is typically temporary and most are able to cope with it. At Duthie Dental, we’ll make sure you’re comfortable during the whole treatment.

How much does composite bonding cost UK?

Prices will vary depending on the dental clinic and area. At Duthie Dental, we offer competitive pricing with bonding starting from £250 per tooth.

Does composite bonding look natural?

Composite bonding is able to create natural looking results at an affordable price making it a highly popular option for those wanting to improve the aesthetics of their smile.

Who is composite bonding for?

Composite bonding is a versatile cosmetic dental procedure that can benefit a wide range of people who have certain dental imperfections or aesthetic concerns. It is an ideal solution for those suffering from chipped or cracked teeth, gapped teeth, discoloured teeth and irregular shaped teeth.

Spread the cost with finance by Tabeo

We currently offer finance from 6-24 months this is includes 0% interest up to 12 months.

See the table provided for our tailored rates;

MonthsInterest RateMinimum Spend

Duthie Dental: Marie Louise Duthie and John Lister Duthie trading as Duthie Dental; The Oral Health Practice with its address at 119 Woolton Road, Wavertree, LIVERPOOL, L15 6TB, UNITED KINGDOM is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority and entered on the Financial Services Register, reference number 926811.
The Abbey by Duthie Dental trading as The Abbey @ 1 CPA LTD with address at 1 Childwall Park Avenue, Childwall, Liverpool, L16 0JE, UNITED KINGDOM is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority and entered on the Financial Services Register, reference number 957535

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