You’ve finally decided the time is right to straighten your smile, but it’s taken you 20+ years to reach this decision. Are you too late?Read More
Know you want your teeth in shape for Summer, but not exactly sure what you need? That’s a common problem many patients seem to have.Read More
Facial aesthetic treatments have grown in popularity over the years, with more and more people keen to either halt the signs of ageing or simply even out the skin for a more refreshed look.Read More
You’ve just had your breakfast – you’re still tired from last night’s Netflix marathon – you reach for the toothbrush and do as you’ve done every morning since you can remember.Read More
For patients who want a complete Smile Makeover, porcelain veneers can be a popular treatment option. However, many patients wrongly believe if they have veneers, it has to involve the total destruction of their natural teeth underneath – actually, this doesn’t always have to be the case as my patient discovered.Read More
Just like retail, the cosmetic industry is saturated with offers to attract the attention of potential patients. Whether it be half price teeth whitening, prices slashed on teeth straightening or cheap Botox and filler offers.Read More
The length of time it takes to transform someone’s smile will vary considerably. Every patient is different, and while some may have their teeth refreshed in just one sitting, the treatment plan for others may involve more invasive treatment over the course of six months to two years…Read More
Not everyone enjoys a visit to the dentist. In fact, more people than you think avoid dental check-ups intentionally due to a dental phobia or a negative past experience.
Unfortunately, missing regular appointments is likely to create additional oral health problems in the future – especially if there is poor dental hygiene – with patients potentially requiring more in-depth treatment to restore their teeth and gums back to health.Read More
If you’re keen to transform your smile, the chances are you’ve already looked into the option of veneers. And you’ve probably discovered that porcelain isn’t the only material that can be used.Read More
I’m proud to announce that I’m now working with Wigan-based Boutique Dental 23 to provide a first-class implant service to patients of the practice and those on referral.Read More
We all know how difficult it can be to have a nervous patient in the chair. I have often found that nervous patients don’t attend for their regular check-up appointments, tending to only come in to see me when it’s an emergency – and usually too late for me to be able to save a tooth.Read More
It may only be January, but I’ve started plenty of smile transformation cases for patients who want straight teeth for summer.
Here’s a great example of recent cosmetic work completed for a patient this month. She’d never been happy with her upper and lower teeth – she felt they were crooked, jagged and uneven.Read More
The beauty with cosmetic dentistry is that every patient can walk away with a new smile that has been carefully tailored to match both their aspirations and expectations.
Some patients know they want that ‘perfect’ Hollywood smile, while others opt for a more natural transformation. Whatever result you want to achieve, there’s likely to be several different options to consider depending on the shape, position and health of your teeth.Read More
August’s Smile of the Month is a composite veneer case that I worked on a few weeks ago.
Image was everything for this patient – he stars in a popular reality TV show, models, and is also a leading club promoter.
With this in mind, he wanted to improve the look of his teeth and achieve a more symmetrical and whiter smile.Read More
Want to straighten your teeth without people noticing? The ‘Secret Smiles’ brace – otherwise known as lingual braces – allows you to do just that.
For this patient, they were the ideal solution. He knew he wanted a straighter smile but didn’t particularly want to wear braces that were visible. Lingual braces were bonded to the inside of his upper and lower teeth – completely out of sight – meaning he could achieve the results he wanted, without having a noticeable brace attached. The picture to the right shows the placement of the brace behind the teeth.Read More