Composite Bonding Liverpool
GET THE PERFECT SMILE WITH NATURAL COMPOSITE BONDING TREATMENTS
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.
What Our Patients Say
If I could give this dental surgery 10 stars, I would! I have been a patient at this surgery in excess of 25 years. They deliver a warm and friendly […]
I am a very nervous patient and also disabled so treatment for me is difficult. Needed 3 fillings and was terrified! I needn’t have worried. My dentist was very understanding […]
The staff at this practice are extremely professional caring and kind ,The decor is calming and ultra modern this is the goal all dental practice should aspire too. 5 star all […]
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Frequently Asked Questions
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
Composite bonding could last 7 years or more, depending on how well you look after your teeth. Regular check-ups with our specialist dentists can help monitor the condition of the bonding and address any necessary repairs or replacements.
Here, composite bonding starts from £225 per tooth. As Liverpool’s premium choice for composite bonding, we also offer 0% finance.
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.