Composite Bonding at Holly Dental Practice

Get a Bespoke, instant smile makeover

Composite bonding at Holly Dental Practice, Preston is a highly effective, non-invasive treatment that can give you the smile of your dreams, with minimal preparation of your natural teeth.

Composite bonding, also known as Composite veneers involves the use of tooth-coloured resin to repair chipped, discoloured or fractured teeth. The treatment is so-called because the material is ‘bonded’ to the tooth’s surface.

It can be shaped and polished to match your natural teeth, to disguise discoloured areas and also make teeth appear longer, change the shape or close gaps between the teeth.

We will discuss in detail the shape, colour, and style of teeth that you would like. Your smile is bespoke and custom-designed. Treatment is usually completed in a single visit and will provide you with a dream smile makeover and smile transformation.

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Andy and Michelle have made me feel relaxed and confident throughout my Invisalign treatment and I would recommend the practice to anyone looking for professionalism, patient care and results

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Benefits of Composite Bonding?

At Holly Dental our experienced team will be able to talk you through the options, including the cost of composite veneers and what they can do for your smile.

  • Very little preparation is needed – this means that we won’t need to remove much (if any) of your existing tooth enamel to make room for the composite material
  • Quick procedure – the treatment is typically complete in just one appointment!


  • No need for anaesthetic – meaning that you can carry on with your day with minimal downtime once the treatment is complete.

See our smile transformations with composite bonding

Just look at what we can achieve for your smile.

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Why choose Holly Dental for composite veneers in Preston?

  • Highly Experienced Dentist Treatment is carried out by our experienced clinicians who have special interests in cosmetic dentistry and helping patients achieve their dream smile.
  • Friendly, Caring Team We promise to always greet you with a smile and do everything we can to ensure you feel comfortable and relaxed whilst you are in our care.
  • 0% Finance – 6 and 12-month interest-free finance available. Payments for Composite Veeners in Preston can be spread into affordable monthly amounts (subject to terms and conditions).

Frequently asked questions:

How long does composite bonding last?

On average composite bonding can last between 3 – 6 years, depending on how well you look after your teeth. The composite may need polishing from time to time.

What is the difference between composite bonding and porcelain veneers?

Composite bonding is carried out completely by the dentist in surgery where they will artistically carve the composite resin material over the tooth surface in order to achieve the desired shape and size. This is all done in one appointment and does not require the removal of any tooth structure.

Porcelain veneers on the other hand are made in a dental laboratory by an experienced lab technician who uses porcelain to create thin pieces of ceramic that are subsequently cemented onto the tooth surface.

Do I need to whiten my teeth before having composite bonding?

This all depends on your treatment expectations and how bright you want your smile.

Typically, most patients do have Teeth Whitening before their treatment as part of their smile makeover as it makes the end result more impressive and aesthetic. Also, porcelain and composite do not whiten once fitted.

Can I get composite bonding if I grind my teeth?

Your dentist will take this into consideration before recommending bonding.

If your grinding is mild, in most cases we will recommend wearing a nightguard whilst you sleep to help protect your natural teeth and bonding.

If your grinding is too severe, or if bonding is not recommended due to your occlusion (how you bite your teeth together), then Invisalign Braces may be an option for you.  An assessment will be made at your consultation.

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