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Restore and repair your smile!

Composite Bonding

If you have a discoloured, cracked or chipped tooth, bonding could be for you!

Tooth bonding is a simple, inexpensive and effective way of restoring and repairing your pearly whites.

As well as being a great solution to damaged or discoloured teeth it can also be used to fill spaces between teeth and even change their shape.

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Compesite Bonding Packages

4 teeth package and Digital Smile Design  
Monthly: £60.70
Monthly: £48.60 
6 teeth package and Digital Smile Design
Monthly: £91.10
Monthly: £72.90 
8 teeth package and Digital Smile Design
Monthly: £230.40
Monthly: £184.40 

(All packages available with 2 years interest free credit – see monthly payment.)
(Other finance options available) 

Edge Bonding: from £100 per tooth 

How it works

Your Castlebawn dentist will help you select the shade of resin that suits you.

They will then slightly roughen the tooth surface and apply a conditioning liquid that will help the bonding material adhere to the surface.

Once the bonding material is in place, your dentist will use ultraviolet light to harden it so it can be polished and shaped.

The best part is the process can be completed in roughly an hour. However, if you are having multiple teeth bonded it may require more than one visit.

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As long as you take care of your newly restored teeth the bonding resin can last a very long time. However, the composite resin used is not as strong as your natural tooth and it can chip away over time or break off completely. It might be a good time to reconsider some habits, especially if you chew on ice or pens, or bite your fingernails!

Not at all. In fact, unlike fillings or other cosmetic treatments, your dentist does not have to remove any part of your tooth so they won’t need to use an anaesthetic or numbing gel.

When you compare the cost of bonding a tooth to other treatments such as crowns and veneers it can be a very effective option. Bonding is also far less intrusive and invasive since material is being added to your tooth, rather than altered or removed.

Your dentist will explain your options and help you make the choice that’s right for you.

Look after your teeth and they’ll look after you

It’s important to give your newly bonded teeth the same amount of care and attention as your natural teeth to help make them last.

Because the bonding material can be prone to staining, we recommend that you limit your consumption of substances that can stain, such as tea, coffee, cigarette smoke and wine  . It’s especially important to avoid consuming staining foods for the first 48 hours after any composite procedure.

When to contact your dentist

If you notice sharp edges on the bonded tooth/teeth or your ‘bite’ feels awkward you should call our practice and let us know.

Of course, if the bonding is noticeably chipped or it falls off entirely you should contact your dentist immediately.

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