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Cosmetic dentistry


Composite bonding

There are endless ways for cracks and chips to form; whether it’s eating crunchy foods, drinking certain drinks, teeth grinding, opening bottles with your mouth or playing contact sports – the list goes on! Equally, if you have any large gas or your teeth are an uneven shape, it can leave you feeling self-conscious. 

Composite bonding is a transformative, non-invasive and cost-effective cosmetic treatment that can turn your teeth from worn and shabby to smooth and symmetrical in as little as an hour.  Bonding uses a tooth-coloured composite resin material to smooth over cracks, chips and discolouration – it can also close gaps and correct the shape of uneven teeth. The composite material is putty-like, making it easy to mould and sculpt in any way necessary. 

First, we will roughen the surface of your teeth to ensure the bonding will stick – then we apply the composite resin and shape it carefully over your teeth before hardening it with a UV light. 


Dental veneers are a natural, long-lasting and non-invasive way to restore the appearance and function of damaged, decayed or imperfect teeth. We can use different materials like ceramic, porcelain or composite, depending on your requirements. Veneers can transform the shape, colour, size and position of a single tooth or multiple teeth.

First, we prepare your teeth for treatment by removing some of your enamel – this ensures the veneers fit on smoothly and are the right thickness to blend in perfectly with your natural teeth. Then we’ll take impressions of your teeth to create your veneers, before fitting them using a dental adhesive. 

Teeth Whitening

We use our teeth every day without fail, so a few stains here and there are to be expected. 

At Salford Dental Practice, we offer a range of non-invasive, at-home and in-surgery whitening treatments to remove surface stains and make your teeth sparkle brightly again in a matter of weeks. 

Take-home whitening kits contain tailor-made dental trays and bleaching gels that you will wear during the day or whilst you sleep, over one to two weeks, depending on your chosen treatment. 

First, we’ll take impressions of your teeth and create bespoke bleaching trays– you will fill these with whitening gel and wear them each night for two to four weeks, whilst using a special toothpaste to protect your teeth and reduce sensitivity. 

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