Composite Bonding

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Composite bonding (also known as composite veneers or dental bonding) offers an aesthetic solution for minor damage or gaps in teeth. When carried out as a cosmetic treatment, it is not available on the NHS but there are plenty dental clinics which offer cosmetic composite bonding as a private service.

Bonding is usually used for filling chips, fractures or gaps between teeth, or for fixing discoloration. A composite resin is attached to a tooth and shaped to restore its original appearance. The colour of the resin is matched to your teeth, so it will appear as though it is a natural part of the tooth or matching any whitening shade which you have achieved through whitening.

Composite bonding can help you achieve a brighter whiter smile you’re happier with. to find out more about composite bonding please contact us.

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What are the benefits of composite bonding?

Composite bonding can usually be carried out in just one visit to the dentist or dental therapist. It’s a fast and effective way to fix minor cosmetic issues. The composite is hardened using UV light as soon as it’s applied, resulting in a tooth that can comfortably bite down by the end of the appointment.

Bonding is also a non-invasive procedure. With alternatives such as crowns and veneers, part of the tooth is permanently removed. For composite bonding to be applied, the surface of the tooth only has to be roughened to help the resin to bond, meaning the structure of the tooth remains intact.

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What is a Scale and Polish?

Scaling and polishing removes deposits such as plaque and calculus (tartar) from tooth surfaces. Over time, the regular removal of these deposits may reduce gingivitis (a mild form of gum disease) and prevent progression to periodontitis (severe gum disease). Routine scale and polish treatment is sometimes referred to as "prophylaxis", "professional mechanical plaque removal" or "periodontal instrumentation".

  • Hygienist – Adult: £125.00

  • Hygienist – Adolescent, 12 – 17 years of age: £99.00

  • Hygienist Child, up to 11 years old: £97.00

  • Active Therapy / quadrant root planning: £260.00 per quadrant

What is an Airflow Polish?

An airflow polish is a simple device which we use that releases high pressured water and a soft powder sometimes flavored to remove stubborn stains caused by tea, coffee, red wine, Betel Nut and more! It is much like a jet wash and fantastic for brightening the teeth naturally which having to use hydrogen peroxide which is contained in the whitening gels.

Includes scale and polish


What is a Mouth Guard?

We provide custom-made mouth guards for sports, and for conditions such as teeth grinding. There are many different types of mouth guard; you can buy some in sports shops or chemists, or you can obtain a bespoke mouth guard from your dentist.

Bespoke mouth guards are made by dental professionals to fit your mouth and teeth perfectly, so they offer the best possible comfort and protection. They are made of stronger materials and last longer than over-the-counter varieties.



What are Fissure Sealants?

Fissure sealants are plastic coatings that are painted on to the grooves of the
back teeth. The sealant forms a protective layer that keeps food and bacteria from getting stuck in the tiny grooves in the teeth and causing decay. Resin-based fissure sealants should be applied to the permanent molars of all children as early after eruption as possible.

What’s involved?

The process is usually quick and easy taking only a few minutes per tooth. The tooth is thoroughly cleaned, prepared with a special solution, and  dried. The sealant is then applied and allowed to set hard – usually by shining a blue light onto it.

How long does fissure sealant last?

Sealant usually last for many years, but needs to be checked regularly to make sure that the seal is intact. It can wear over time, and sometimes needs to be added to or replaced to be sure that no decay can start underneath it.

What are composite fillings?

Fillings are used as part of general dental treatment to rebuild teeth after a patient develops tooth decay or damages the surface of their tooth in some way. Fillings also help to prevent further damage occurring (this can be through further tooth decay under the filling or from impact), but they must be maintained to ensure that the fillings continue to protect what is left of the original tooth. Tooth-coloured filling materials have increasingly been used in many countries as an alternative to the more traditional amalgam or metallic fillings. As with any filling material these fillings have a limited life-span and eventually problems will occur when they break down or become faulty