Composite Bonding Treatment in St Helens

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About Composite Bonding

Are you concerned about how your teeth look? Do you have chipped or misshaped teeth? Here at Alverna House, we can achieve amazing Smile Makeovers, boosting your confidence, and making you smile again.

Some of our dentist have taken a keen interest in creating your dream smile by using the latest composite bonding techniques

Dental Composite Bonding

Composite Bonding (also known as cosmetic bonding or dental bonding) can transform smiles and lives. However many traditional cosmetic techniques can lead to healthy teeth being sacrificed in the pursuit of beauty. Destructive cosmetic dentistry is easy but creating beautiful smiles conservatively is an art. Using bonding techniques here at Alverna House we can transform smiles and teeth whilst wherever possible respecting their long term health. We achieve this by using the latest in adhesive dentistry techniques, tooth whitening and cosmetic orthodontics.

Composite bonding is becoming increasingly popular, as it is one of the least invasive cosmetic treatments and can deliver life-changing results in a single visit.

The colour of the material is matched to the colour of your other teeth and is bonded directly onto the tooth surface. It can be shaped or contoured to match the surrounding teeth or alter the shape, depending on your needs. In this way, prominent or overlapping teeth can be reshaped and recontoured painlessly.

We can discuss all your cosmetic options to eliminate imperfections in your teeth and enable you to smile with confidence.

The procedure should take between 30 to 60 minutes. However, if you’re having more than one tooth treated it may take a little longer. As we only use the latest high-quality bonding materials, you can expect your composite bonding work to last for 5-7 years, depending on how you look after it, your diet and your bite. Sometimes it can last even longer.

How Composite Bonding Could Help You Composite bonding can treat a range of dental issues. These include:

  • Chipped or broken teeth
  • Gaps between teeth
  • Discoloured or white marked teeth
  • Gum recession
  • Misshapen teeth


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