Cosmetic Bonding in Randwick

Cosmetic bonding is one of the simplest -and most affordable- cosmetic procedures available. It involves the direct placement of composite material to sculpt and correct minor imperfections and can even fully cover the front of your tooth. It gives impressive transformations in minutes.


Price of Cosmetic Bonding

The cost ranges depending on the type of cosmetic bonding. The price range is from $296 to $550 per tooth.

For those with health insurance, we can let you know the exact rebate in advance. We have on-the-spot rebate using HICAPS at our practice.

Randwick Dental Clinic offers discounts and flexible payment options. We also offer financing through Denticare and Afterpay. Thanks to our clear estimates, you will know exactly what fees are involved before you go ahead with treatment.

Learn more about the costs involved with other services, such as veneers, Invisalign and teeth whitening. Easily budget your treatment with our affordable monthly payments.

Frequently Asked Questions

Who Should Consider Dental Bonding?
If you are unhappy with the appearance of your teeth, if you don’t like a gummy smile, if your teeth are chipped, look uneven, or discoloured, dental bonding may be the solution for you! This procedure uses a tooth-coloured adhesive material called Composite, using this technique the dentist can shape and change the colour of your teeth. A great choice for those looking to make an improvement to their smile.

What do I book in for?

Before beginning any dental bonding session, you will have a one-on-one consultation with our dentist to ensure what changes you desire. We will evaluate your teeth and discuss the treatment options and cost.

What are the benefits of cosmetic bonding?

Less expensive than other treatments, such as porcelain veneers and crowns. The procedure can be completed in one visit, and it does not usually require anaesthesia.
How does composite bonding work with teeth whitening?
Teeth whitening procedures will not change the colour of the composite resin material. If you wish to whiten the underlying tooth prior to the bonding we have excellent options using Zoom In-Office Teeth Whitening ($875) or At Home Teeth Whitening Kit ($375) (Link to

Does composite bonding stain?

There is the possibility of composite bonding staining over time. However, as the material used for composite bonding is nonporous, it may stain slowly and benefit form polishing or resurfacing. Just as you would minimise your consumption of drinks like coffee or red wine to avoid staining your natural teeth, the same precautions should be taken to avoid staining your composite bonding, they should be enjoyed sparingly (or through a straw).

Care and Maintenance

We recommend to:

  • If you smoke, we recommended to quit, as this stains your teeth, and so can stain the bonding material.
  • Avoid biting on hard objects such as nails, ice, pens and so on.
  • Reduce the intake of coffee, tea, or red wine as these are known to cause stains on resin material.
  • Patients may choose to receive a night guard to prevent teeth grinding while asleep.
  • Remember to keep good oral care and 6 monthly dental visits.

Learn More

Contact our practice to find out if cosmetic bonding is a good alternative for you!


Any invasive or surgical procedure may carry risks. Before moving forward, it is recommended that you seek a second opinion from an appropriately licensed medical professional.


Cosmetic Bonding Randwick, Coogee, Kensington and Maroubra NSW | (02) 9314 5226