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Composite Bonding in Wakefield

Unparalleled Nanofill Composite Bonding®, Exclusive to YDS.

At YDS Wakefield, our expert dentists aren’t happy to settle for what used to work. That’s why we’ve developed and trademarked Nanofill composite bonding®, the next level in cosmetic dentistry.

This is a ground-breaking evolution from old-fashioned bonding, providing a host of benefits for your teeth. They’re stronger, they’re brighter and they’re less likely to chip or crack.

What is Nanofill Composite Bonding®?

It’s next-level dental process trademarked by YDS because it delivers better results than traditional, run-of-the-mill composite bonding.

A white filling material is applied over the surface of the tooth to change the colour, size and shape without affecting the tooth structure underneath.

The result? Gleaming, straight teeth and a long-lasting smile you’ll be excited to share.

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Why Nanofill Composite Bonding® Beats Traditional Composite Bonding

Traditional composite bonding is fine. But why settle for fine? YDS Wakefield has taken bonding to the next level with Nanofill. You can expect a finish that is more crack and chip resistant, polishes up better, is way brighter and still requires no drilling or injections.

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Our Steps

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Step One


A relaxed chat with one of our expert cosmetic dentists to answer your questions and assess your unique needs.

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Step Two


A two-week optional pro-whitening course to give your teeth the perfect headstart before your bonding.

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Step Three

Nanofill Composite Bonding®

The main event. An easy, pain-free appointment to perform the life changing bonding treatment.

Why Nanofill Bonding®?

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Your very best smile

The brightest type of composite for the brightest smile you’ve ever had

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Stronger than Traditional Composite Bonding

Embrace the benefits of innovative Nanofill Composite Bonding®

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No Drilling, Injections or Pain

Experience a hassle-free procedure with our composite bonding. No drilling, injections, or pain involved—just a beautiful smile, effortlessly achieved.

The Benefits of
Nanofill Composite

Want quick, long-lasting results? Composite bonding is for you. With Nanofill®, you’ll have a procedure that offers same-day results, is minimally invasive, is pain-free with no drilling or injections, and is very cost-effective. It’s also repairable and removable, both without harming your teeth.

See some of the Nanofill Composite Bonding smiles we’ve created




Nanofill Composite Bonding® Results

Look at the way Nanofill Composite Bonding® has completely transformed the smiles of our patients.

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Treatment Price
1 Tooth £395 or from £7 per month
2 Teeth £790 or from £17 per month
4 Teeth £1,580 or from £33 per month
6 Teeth £2,370 or from £50 per month
8 Teeth £3,160 or from £67 per month
10 Teeth £3,950 or from £84 per month
20 Teeth £7,900 or from £167 per month
*Pro Whitening £395 or from £7 per month
*Hygiene Session GBT £150 or from £3 per month

Not Bank Breaking

Want that perfect Hollywood smile without emptying your bank account? Composite bonding is just £395 per tooth, with our finance options making the perfect smile attainable even on a budget.

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Nanofill Composite Bonding® FAQs

We’ve done our best to answer all your questions, but if we haven’t, please get in touch. We’d love to help.

What’s the difference between composite bonding and porcelain veneers?

Composite bonding is carried out completely by the cosmetic dentist in surgery where they will artistically carve the aesthetic 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 lab by an experienced lab technician who uses porcelain to create contact-lense thin pieces of ceramic that are glued on to the tooth surface by the cosmetic dentist.

Due to the “extra work” needed to create porcelain veneers treatment takes two appointments to complete.

On average porcelain veneers last around 15 years whereas composite veneers last between 3-8 years on average.

Due to the lab process required to manufacture porcelain veneers they start from £850 each whereas composite veneers are £395 per tooth.

Does composite bonding involve ‘drilling teeth down’?

One of the best features of composite bonding is that there is no need to remove any tooth structure and so there is no damage to the underlying tooth.

There is also no need to use any injections making this treatment pain free.

How long does composite bonding last?

On average, composite bonding lasts between 3-8 years depending on how well the teeth are looked after.

Following your treatment, we recommend seeing our hygienist regularly to ensure your gums stay healthy and coming back for check-ups with the dentist every 6 months to make sure your smile stays in good shape.

If my teeth are crooked can I still get composite bonding?

This is a common question and all depends on the level of crowing of your teeth.

If the crowding is very minor then the dentist may be able to “camouflage” the teeth with composite bonding/veneers without the need for prior teeth straightening.

This will all become clear at your consultation where the dentist will tell you the best treatment plan for you based on your treatment goals and expectations.

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

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

Typically, most of our clients whiten their teeth as part of their smile makeover as it does make the end result more impressive and aesthetically pleasing.

If you want to make your smile brighter then it’s most likely that you will need to whiten beforehand.

It is entirely up to you, however – if you want a subtle, natural looking smile then it may be best to skip the teeth whitening and go straight for the composite bonding/veneers to match the current colour of your teeth.

What payment options are available to make my treatment plan affordable?

We understand that cosmetic treatments can be an expensive investment and so we are able to offer interest free finance options in order to make any treatment affordable.

Just ask one of our client care team following your consultation and we can sit down and talk you through all the payment options.

Is dental bonding right for me?

Cosmetic bonding is suitable for anyone that has a chipped or damaged tooth. If you’re unhappy with the size or shape of your teeth, the treatment can also help.

The procedure is very simple. We apply a tooth-coloured resin material to the affected area, using a special formula that will alter the size, shape, and colour.

As long as you practice good oral hygiene, they will last for several years.

Can cosmetic bonding be used alongside teeth whitening treatments?

Yes. If you have discoloured teeth, make sure you talk to your dentist about having both procedures. We offer at-home whitening that is based on a gentle and safe system.

If you decide at a later date that you want your teeth whitening, you will have to keep in mind that the material used in composite bonding is designed to be stain-resistant so that it will change colour at a different rate to your regular tooth enamel, so whitening to the same shade can be a challenge.

How long does composite bonding take?

Composite bonding takes as little as half-an-hour to an hour to complete. The process is straightforward and pain-free, so no anaesthetic is required.

The procedure will be carried out in our state-of-the-art surgery in Wakefield, where you’ll be made to feel completely at ease throughout.

Does cosmetic dentistry hurt?

Composite bonding is a straightforward procedure that doesn’t require any anaesthetic. There is no pain associated with treatment; however, if you have a fear of the dentist’s chair, we also offer sedation dentistry which will allow you to feel completely at ease.

Just ask your dentist about IV sedation for your cosmetic bonding procedure – they’ll be happy to oblige!