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The Many Uses Of Cosmetic Bonding For Patients Near Ealing


It’s not uncommon for people to shy away from booking dentist appointments, or to ignore minor problems with their teeth (such as discolouring or gaps) as they may fear they will require lengthy painful processes and a large bill. However, this is certainly not the case; for those looking for a quick solution to a minor problem, Sparkle Dental Boutique near Ealing is happy to offer cosmetic bonding. This is often referred to as the ‘one hour smile makeover’, which will definitely sound appealing to those fearing excessive treatments.

The Material and its Uses

Cosmetic bonding is a technique that uses a composite resin for alterations to the teeth that correct imperfections and blend in with a natural appearance. This material is used as it bonds brilliantly with the natural teeth, giving the process its name, without the natural teeth needing adjustment preparations. Bonding can be used for the following undesirable issues:

  • To close spaces and gaps between teeth
  • To change the visible colour of a tooth
  • To expand and recreate rotted or broken teeth
  • To make uneven teeth appear straight

The Benefits and Maintenance

Usually, cosmetic bonding can be completed in one short visit to the dentist, so treatments will not clog up your diary. Beneficially, no anaesthetic is usually required and the effects are immediate. The longevity of the bonds is affected by lifestyle choices but should last at least eight years. Smoking can cause discolouring or stains, as can drinking coffee, tea or eating foods such as blueberries. It is not recommended to add pressure to your teeth, such as using them to open things. To maintain a healthy smile that’s visibly beautiful, teeth may require polishing once a year, which is a very small requirement for a very big change to your teeth.



Sparkle Dental Boutique 311 Boston Road Hanwell, Ealing London, W7 2AT

phone 020 8567 4344

Opening Hours:

Monday to Friday:

8.30am – 5.00pm


By appointment only.