Composite bonding

An excellent, non-invasive solution for hiding minor gaps, damage or discolouration.


Composite bonding is perfect for treating minor dental imperfections such as gaps, chips, fractures or discolouration. The treatment involves bonding a natural-looking composite resin to the existing tooth or teeth. This effectively improves their shape and appearance, and can protect them against further damage.

The treatment is non-invasive and does not require any removal of existing teeth or teeth structure. For this reason, very occasionally there is no need for any injections or abrasive procedures such as drilling. Typically, composite bonding requires only one appointment.

Frequently asked questions

How long will the composite bonding last?

Composite bonds are formed with a durable material. Though this material can chip and discolour, it will not damage the remaining tooth. Typically, composite bondings last around 5 to 10 years if cared for correctly.