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Composite Bonding Liverpool

Composite Bonding is an excellent way to perfect the shape, size and colour of your teeth using minimally invasive techniques. 

We're experts in Composite Bonding at Kamran Rasul and have created hundreds of beautiful, healthy smiles!


What is Composite Bonding?

Composite bonding is a cosmetic dental procedure that involves the application of a tooth-coloured resin material to repair, reshape, or enhance the appearance of teeth. It is a versatile and cost-effective solution for various dental issues, such as chipped, cracked, or discoloured teeth, as well as gaps and minor misalignments. It's an effective solution for restoring discoloured, chipped or cracked teeth. It can even be used to close gaps or reshape teeth.

Bonding involves the use of dental composite resin which is carefully colour-matched, then moulded to the perfect shape and bonded to your teeth. It can be performed in just one visit and is a low cost and less invasive option for many cosmetic issues.

Who is composite bonding for?

Composite bonding is suitable for those who are looking to enhance their smile. It’s effective at resolving the following issues:
•    Uneven teeth
•    Small gaps between teeth
•    Discoloured teeth
•    Chipped or cracked teeth
•    Or those who are just looking to improve the general appearance of their teeth

What are the benefits?

Composite bonding can transform a smile without invasive surgery. Unlike other treatments like veneers, which require enamel removal, composite bonding requires no tooth reduction. It is a cost-effective way to boost confidence, simple to maintain, and easy to repair.

This versatile solution can resolve various issues, from teeth discoloration to closing small gaps and improving tooth shape. It is relatively quick and affordable, requiring just one application, eliminating the need for follow-up appointments. An initial consultation is necessary to determine if composite bonding is the correct treatment for you.

How is composite bonding carried out?

An initial consultation and examination are required to assess if composite bonding is the correct treatment. If you are a suitable candidate, your teeth will be prepared by being cleaned, and adhesive is applied to allow the resin to bond. We select a composite resin colour matching your natural teeth for natural-looking results. The resin is then applied, shaped, and sculpted. Once completed, the resin is cured with ultraviolet light.


The treatment duration varies depending on the patient and the number of teeth treated, but a composite bonding treatment typically takes no longer than a few hours, allowing you to walk away the same day with a new smile.

What does composite bonding cost?

At our Liverpool-based practice, prices for composite edge bonding start from £220 per tooth. The cost is influenced by several factors, including if extensive shaping and contouring are necessary, and the complexity of your bespoke treatment plan.

Remember we have the option of a 0% interest financing plan, should you wish to spread the cost. You can also save 10% on procedures with one of our membership plans!

What makes composite bonding in Liverpool such an excellent choice?

Composite bonding is an excellent choice for patients looking to improve the appearance of their teeth. It can address a wide range of dental concerns, including:

  1. Chipped or cracked teeth - whether it’s due to accidental damage or natural tooth wear, bonding is the perfect solution for repairing damaged teeth.

  2. Gaps Between Teeth: Bonding can fill in gaps between teeth, creating a more uniform and aesthetically pleasing smile.

  3. Discolouration - stains are easily caused by eating, drinking, smoking, and medication. Bonding will restore their beautiful, bright appearance.

  4. Misshapen teeth - composite bonding can neaten your smile by reshaping teeth that are too small or too large.

  5. Cavities - bonding can be used to fill small cavities, in replacement of amalgam fillings, preventing the need for more invasive procedures such as root canals.

What is the treatment process for composite bonding?

Teeth bonding can often be completed in just one visit to the dentist, which may take as little as one hour. Here's what you can expect during the procedure:

  1. Consultation - book a consultation with our friendly team to discuss your goals and concerns. We will examine your teeth and determine if composite bonding is the right option for you.

  2. Preparation - if your teeth look healthy and we’ve given you the green light, it’s time to start the bonding process! First, we’ll prepare your teeth by cleaning and roughening the surface. This allows the composite resin to bond more effectively to your teeth.

  3. Bonding - we will apply the composite resin to your teeth, shaping and moulding it to achieve the desired appearance. Once the resin is in place, a special UV light is used to harden it and bond it to your teeth.

  4. Polishing: finally, we will polish the composite resin to create a natural-looking finish that matches the colour and texture of your natural teeth.

How can I maintain my composite bonding?

While composite bonding in Liverpool is a durable and long-lasting solution, it still requires proper care and maintenance to ensure its longevity. Here are some tips for maintaining your composite bonding:

  1. Maintain good oral health from home - brush your teeth at least twice a day and floss once a day to remove plaque and bacteria that can cause decay and discoloration.

  2. Avoid foods and drinks that will stain your teeth - foods and drinks such as coffee, tea, and red wine can stain your teeth and composite bonding. If you do consume these items, rinse your mouth with water immediately afterward.

  3. Don’t use your teeth as tools - avoid using your teeth to open packages, bite your nails, or perform other tasks that can damage your bonding.

  4. Wear a mouthguard - if you play sports or grind your teeth at night, wear a mouthguard to protect your teeth and maintain your composite bonding.

  5. Visit your dentist regularly - schedule regular examinations with your dentist to ensure the health and longevity of your composite bonding. We recommend visiting us every six months to keep your teeth in the best possible condition.

  • Should I have composite bonding or composite veneers?
    Composite bonding is the perfect treatment to address cracks, chips or gaps on the edges of your teeth. Veneers, however, are designed to cover the entire front surface of your teeth. Whether composite bonding or veneers is the right treatment for you depends on your existing teeth and treatment goals. If you want to change the shape, size or symmetry of your teeth, veneers will be more suitable - whereas we can easily fix a few small chips or cracks using composite edge bonding.

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