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Composite bonding is one of the easiest procedures used by dentists to correct the appearance of one’s teeth. By applying a tooth coloured resin to the affected area, the dentist restores them to their original form. The treatment has become a popular option and is recommended by dentists for various dental issues. When considering the cost of NHS dental treatment, it’s essential to note that composite bonding may or may not be covered under NHS services, depending on the specific case and guidelines. Many individuals choose composite bonding as a cosmetic dental solution, and the cost can vary. It’s advisable to consult with your dentist to discuss the potential cost and payment options for this procedure, ensuring you achieve the smile you desire while staying within your budget.

If you have a broken or cracked tooth or gaps in your teeth, this can be fixed through cosmetic bonding. A Dental bonding treatment can transform your smile’s appearance within a few hours.

This blog explains the procedure of composite bonding and the cost of the treatment in the UK.

The Procedure of Composite Bonding

Composite bonding is one of the most affordable treatments a cosmetic dentist uses for a smile makeover. Some common dental issues where dental bonding is used are:

  • Crooked Teeth 
  • Chipped or Cracked Teeth 
  • Discoloured Teeth 
  • Gaps between Teeth

The dentist will examine the tooth and cleanse your teeth to be prepared for the process. A tiny amount of enamel is removed to make the surface rough so that the resin can easily adhere to it. A substance that helps the resin stick to the tooth’s surface is applied to the teeth.

The resin is placed and slowly shaped by the dentist to precisely form the tooth’s shape. The dentist uses a UV light to harden the material. Once the resin has been hardened is then gently polished to look exactly identical to the original tooth.

The entire procedure can be completed in a single visit to the dentist, lasting less than two hours. After the procedure, you’ll be able to go back to normal activities without any difficulty.

How to maintain Dental Bonding?

The routine for your regular oral care should be strict. Neglecting your oral health is the primary reason for tooth loss early.

Cleanse your teeth two times a day. Be mindful and take care to remove any dirt during your brushing. Make sure you systematically brush and scrub all your teeth equally. 

Floss your mouth between tight spots every day to remove food particles. This can be a place for bacterial growth.

Add some salt and rinse your mouth using warm water. In doing so, it helps reduce the amount of bacterial infection within your mouth. Bacteria can cause dental decay and cavity.

Advantages of Composite Bonding Treatment

There are numerous advantages to cosmetic bonding and virtually no disadvantages.

The main advantage of this method is that it doesn’t involve any extreme procedures like drilling the tooth. In rare instances, sharp edges or hard enamel may require removal before bonding, but it would be extremely minor.

When compared to dental veneers or crowns, composite bonding is very affordable for many people.

The dental bonding procedure is very simple, and the patient won’t experience any pain throughout the procedure.

Most dental procedures can be complex and require many visits to the dentist. However, Cosmetic bonding can be finished in a single visit.

The Cost of Composite Bonding Treatment in the UK

The cost will differ based on the dental clinics. The average cost for cosmetic bonding within the UK is between £200 and £350 per tooth. Compared to porcelain veneers, crowns, or even composite crowns or veneers, it is more cost-effective and non-invasive. We at Post House Dental highly recommend this procedure as it provides a beautiful, non-invasive and economical solution.

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