FREE Composite Bonding That Transforms Your Smile

Are you ready for the perfect smile that you’ve always dreamed of? I’m giving away FREE composite bonding to patients that book a free online consultation below:

LIMITED TIME OFFER: Get 1 composite veneer absolutely FREE (worth £250) and the rest for only £199 per tooth (20% OFF). Only available in July 2022 to patients that qualify for treatment. 0% finance is also available.

Composite Smile Makeovers


Most frequent questions and answers

This is determined by where the composite is placed on the tooth. 

Edge bonding is placed on the edge and sides of the tooth to fill in spaces and lengthen/straighten the edges of teeth. 

Composite veneers are full coverage, which masks the entire surface of the front of the tooth. 

If the spaces are not too large and a symmetrical, even outcome can be achieved with composite bonding then yes this can be done. 

However, if the spaces are too large then orthodontic treatment such as Invisalign (see invisalign page) may be recommended to align the teeth into a better position before composite can be applied. 

On average, composite bonding lasts 3-5 years or longer if looked after well. This is subject to the patient attending for regular maintenance and polishing appointments. 

Composite is weaker than porcelain veneers and therefore is more prone to chipping and staining and will need to be replaced sooner. 

Many people get composite bonding as a green print for porcelain veneers in the future.

Composite is a fixed shade and therefore cannot be lightened with tooth whitening. 

Composite veneers can be used to lighten the shade of your teeth as they cover the entire front surface of your teeth. 

Composite edge bonding is matched to your tooth shade, therefore if you would like a brighter end result I would recommend professional tooth whitening to lighten your teeth beforehand. 


Dr. Caitlin Watson

It’s time to feel great about your smile and your dentist.

Dr. Caitlin Watson

It’s time to feel great about your smile and your dentist.