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Cosmetic dentistry helps to turn back time

Whilst many men and women traditionally turn to BOTOX™ or fillers to achieve a more youthful appearance and improve their looks, new research suggests that cosmetic dentistry can actually help make you look younger and improve the shape of your face.

It’s a natural part of the ageing process for teeth to turn yellow and stained over time but having teeth whitened can dramatically alter the way a person looks and take years off their age.

White teeth are associated with youth and good health and by changing teeth to a natural looking shade of white it can help to give a much more youthful appearance as well as brightening up the face.

And orrecting a set of wonky teeth can also help to improve a person’s looks and confidence levels.

Invisible braces such as the Invisalign can subtly move teeth and change the shape of the jaw to produce a perfect Hollywood smile, whilst veneers can be used to slightly lift the face.

For those who want to improve their smile and get a perfect set of pearly whites The Hospital Group offer a variety of cosmetic dentistry treatments such as pain free veneers and teeth whitening as well as cosmetic surgery.

David Ross, Chief Executive of The Hospital Group said: “As teeth are the framework for the whole face it really is important to look after them.

“Many people who have crooked teeth feel self conscious about the way they look and this can hold them back in social situations as well as their career.

“Improving the appearance of teeth, whether that is with the help of veneers or a brace, can restore confidence and change the way somebody looks.

“Teeth whitening can help people to look much younger but it is important to pick a natural looking shade of white to give the best possible results.

“At The Hospital Group our expert cosmetic dentists help patients to achieve the smile they have always wanted by using the most up to the date technology and techniques.”

 

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