What is the process for composite edge bonding London?
If you are ready to go ahead, at your next appointment we will smooth your teeth. Next, we will select a colour of the composite edge dental bonding together using a shade guide.
Then, our cosmetic dentist will etch at your selected tooth or teeth and apply a liquid which will help the dental bonding stick in place.
The composite edge bonding is then applied to your teeth using several dental instruments. The composite edge bonding is then moulded and sculpted into place.
Once we are happy with how the composite edge bonding is looking, it is sealed on to your teeth using a bright UV light or laser.
Finally, your teeth are polished to give a smooth finish.
before and after
What are the benefits of composite edge bonding in Knightsbridge?
There are many reasons why patients from Belgravia, Pimlico, Knightsbridge and throughout London are choosing composite edge bonding London:
- Composite edge bonding is a painless treatment with no need for drills, needles or anaesthetic
- Composite edge bonding London is a natural looking treatment
- The treatment time for composite edge bonding is fast – it takes about an hour to treat a few teeth and so more appointment times might be needed if you have several teeth that need treating
- You’ll notice instant results with composite edge bonding London – you can leave the dental surgery in Knightsbridge with a lovely new smile
- As composite edge bonding only treats the edge of your teeth, it is less intrusive and less time consuming than usual dental bonding procedures
- Composite edge bonding is a reversible procedure so it can be removed should you change your mind
How long does composite edge bonding in London last?
What should I do to look after my composite edge bonding?
Visit your dentist and hygienist at least every 6 to 12 months.
You should avoid coffee, tea, red wine, spicy foods and cigarettes for at least 2 days after having the treatment to prevent your composite edge bonding from staining.
Avoid eating foods such as hard sweets and chewing gum. You should cut up other hard foods like apples and bread rolls.
Do not bite pens, pen lids or use your teeth for cutting sellotape etc. as you’ll risk chipping your composite edge bonding.