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A Seamless Smile

Composite bonding is a great option for those who don’t want the expense or hassle of crowns and veneers. It’s also kinder to teeth. Here’s what you can expect:

  • Fast and effective treatment.
  • Minimally invasive and low pain.
  • Immediate, long-lasting results, and easy to repair in the future.
  • Great alternative to crowns and veneers.
  • Can be used with teeth whitening to brighten the smile.

Treatment Areas

  • A chipped tooth could worsen over time, leading to an infection or abscess developing. Depending on the size of the damage, the inside of the tooth (or even the nerve part) could be exposed.

  • A fractured tooth is at risk of breaking, and if it gets worse, there’s the possibility of pain and infection setting in. Composite bonding can serve to strengthen the tooth.

  • If your tooth is discoloured and damaged, composite bonding can not only restore the tooth’s function, but enhance its appearance, too.


  • No – it’s kind on teeth and minimally invasive. It’s what we call a quick and easy fix for teeth!

  • The results can last for several years if your teeth are cared for properly. Good oral health, regular appointments, quitting bad habits like nail-biting and smoking, and avoiding staining foods and drinks can all help maintain the appearance and structure of the treated tooth.

  • Ensure you see your Dentist regularly to keep problems at bay, such as gum disease, decay or infection. Your Hygienist can also give you tips on brush technique, useful products and lifestyle changes that could help keep your smile healthy.

  • A consultation is the first stage of treatment, to ensure it’s the right option for you. While alternatives like veneers and crowns can be more expensive and invasive, they may be a better option if the tooth is weak.

  • It’s important to whiten your teeth before you have dental restorations, so these can be matched to your newer, brighter smile. Once the composite bonding is in place, the colour can’t be changed.

“When we moved to the area, we were so lucky to have found our dentist James at Blossom. Beyond the excellent dental care he has provided us, his natural and friendly chairside manner makes us feel at ease on every visit. I now feel I have a perfect smile and can certainly say it was value for money. Thanks so much to everyone at the practice!”

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