Leading cosmetic dentist Andrew Mckinley completes the transformation of a former restaurant into a dental clinic.
Andrew shares his thoughts on how you can improve your smile!
Now you can smile for no reason!
In earlier days, it was very difficult for people to get dental treatments done as it was too painful and time-consuming. This is the reason people used to avoid going to a dentist. But not now. Now professional dental care is with you any time.
A smile makeover incorporates different types of dental treatment to give you the smile you’ve always desired.
Depending on what you desire, a smile makeover can be tailored to you by a dental professional.
What does it involve?
- Teeth Whitening- teeth whitening can be completed by a dentist or from the comfort of your home with whitening kits. More.
- Teeth cleaning – this option can help to improve stained or discoloured teeth. See what it involves.
- Invisalign/Clear Braces – conventional way of supporting crooked or disjointed teeth.
- Veneers – significantly improve your smile aesthetic – see more on veneer cost.
- Dental Implants – Dental implants are the strongest and longest-lasting tooth replacement method available on the dental market today – view tooth implant costs here.
- General Dentistry – the restoration of damaged teeth – covers areas such as tooth fillings and root canal treatment.
How long do these procedures take?
The duration of each procedure depends on the condition of your teeth and overall oral health.
More significant work such as Invisalign and general dentistry tends to happen over periods of appointments.
It’s essential to keep your teeth in good condition, especially in cosmetic dental work, to allow rest periods and pain-free recovery.
Why is keeping a good smile important?
|70%* (9.7 million) of people with bad teeth say it’s negatively affected their lives and that bad teeth affect their mental health.
|5.4 million (39%*) of those with bad teeth say they try to hide their smile or even avoid smiling altogether.
|4.4 million (31%*) people say that having bad teeth has made them less confident in public.
|A poorly maintained mouth is making 2.1 million (15%*) feel depressed and is even stopping 400,000 (3%*) from leaving the house.