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Contouring or composite bonding, can improve the appearance of teeth that are damaged, discoloured or poorly aligned. It is one of the most effective and affordable treatments we offer. The treatment involves using white composite filling material to enhance and change the shape and size of the teeth.

The treatment is painless and can be completed in one appointment. Contouring is not harmful to your own teeth as it is non invasive and is a fully reversible treatment. The treatment involves bonding composite filling material to the surface of your teeth which is then shaped and highly polished. 

The results are very impressive and look so natural as the composite blends seamlessly with your own teeth. We can focus on just one or two teeth or do a full smile makeover. Composite bonding also provides a great finishing touch following other treatments such as orthodontics.


We recommend whitening the teeth before contouring to give the best results.  This can be done with Zoom! In clinic whitening or with a home whitening kit. Your dentist will discuss the options with you.  All our dentists are highly skilled and experienced so you will be guaranteed to leave with a Hollywood smile!

Composite bonding can treat a range of dental issues including:

  • Chipped or broken teeth
  • Misaligned or crooked teeth
  • Gaps between teeth
  • Discoloured or white marked teeth
  • Gum recession
  • Poorly shaped teeth
  • Small short teeth


Price starts from £1,200


Price starts from £1,800


Price starts from £2,400

Length of procedure

Approximately 1 - 3 hours


Members: £300 Per Tooth

Non Members: £330 per tooth

Frequently Asked Questions

Some of the frequently asked questions

Do I Need To Be Numbed For The Treatment?

No, the treatment is pain free as your own tooth surface is not touched.

How long does it last?

It usually lasts around 5 to 10 years however each patient is different. Your dentist will discuss the longevity of the treatment at a consultation appointment.

Can you still whiten your teeth after getting the treatment?

The white filling material does not whiten however we always recommend whitening your teeth before getting the treatment. We have different shades of white filling material which we match and blend with your own tooth colour to make it as flawless and natural as possible.

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