Watford Smiles Composite
Bonding Services

No time to wait? Need to transform your smile instantly? Dental composite bonding Bushey is a non-invasive option to transform your smile.

Composite bonding is done by applying resin that matches the colour of your teeth to help improve and enhance the shape of your teeth, cracks, and worn teeth. It can even mask crowding and close spaces/ gaps between your teeth.

Composite Bonding Watford

There are two types of composite bonding:

Benefits of Composite bonding at Watford Smiles:

Composite Bonding Bushey Free consultation

Composite Bonding Bushey No injections

Composite Bonding Bushey No tooth pain or sensitivity

1 year guarantee on treatment

Treatment complete very quickly

Lasts 3-5 years

Cheaper than dental veneers or crowns

We offer 0% interest for the first 12 months, offering you the flexibility to spread your payments.

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Interesting Facts About Bushey

Historic Info

The first written record of Bushey is an account in the Domesday Book, which describes a small agricultural village named ‘Bissei’. However, chance archaeological findings of Stone Age tools provide evidence that the area was inhabited as far back as the Palaeolithic period.

Bushey Heath’s story begins in the Napoleonic Wars during a large food shortage. To help solve the problem, the government awarded the wasteland to the east of Bushey to Bushey landowners to be used as farming; the land was more generally known as Bushey Common. Whilst the original aim was to produce food, being close to a railway and up to 500 ft above sea level with beautiful and broad views made the area attractive for housing developers.

General Info

Bushey is a town in the Hertsmere borough of Hertfordshire in the East of England. It has a population of over 25,000 inhabitants. Bushey Heath is a large neighbourhood southeast of Bushey on the boundary with the London Borough of Harrow reaching elevations of 165 meters above sea level.