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NEWS - NOTHING BUT THE TOOTH - CASE-OF-THE-MONTH

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MAR 20
03
TUESDAY 3RD OF MARCH 2020
Our case of the month for February 2020 involves using one of our favourite teeth straightening options- the Social 6 lingual brace and teeth bonding to correct asymmetry.The treatment was completed by Dr Nissit Patel who comments: ' Over many years of being a dentist, I have realised how important it is to have teeth in the correct position before attempting any form of cosmetic dentistry. There are many benefits of this. Ultimately, if the front teeth are properly aligned then the following co…READ MORE
FEB 20
07
FRIDAY 7TH OF FEBRUARY 2020
2020 is flying by and January has thankfully passed with slightly longer days ahead of us.Our case of the month for January involves a simple yet effective one using the Social 6 lingual brace to make one tooth more visible on smiling. Often we seen huge dental transformations where there is huge difference in the overall smile with multiple veneers, crowns and crazy white shades that resemble white goods rather than teeth!This is not our style. For those of you that read our blog, you will know…READ MORE
JAN 20
14
TUESDAY 14TH OF JANUARY 2020
Time has certainly flown by and we are now in full swing into a new decade! We forgot to posy our case of the month for December but it is one worth waiting for. The case involves ICON treatment to treat very opaque white areas on the upper front central teeth.Now white areas on teeth are generally not a biological issue but they can be unsightly and have an affect on smiling with confidence. In the past, the treatment for such areas was to cut away the whiter area and then place a filling to mi…READ MORE
NOV 19
22
FRIDAY 22ND OF NOVEMBER 2019
Our case of the month for November involves a re construction of the bite over a number of years. The main reason for treatment was due to severe tooth wear due to bruxism. Bruxism is essentially grinding at night to such an extent that the enamel is worn over a number of years. This can cause a number of problems such as: Tooth sensitivity Difficulty in eating Lack of a coherent bite Aesthetic issues Pain leading to root canal treatment in severe casesTooth wear, on the whole, can be prevented …READ MORE
OCT 19
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THURSDAY 24TH OF OCTOBER 2019
Our case of the month is a simply stunning one involving cosmetic bonding. We have posted many cases of bonding before but for those of you who are unaware of the procedure, here are 7 factors about cosmetic bonding: It is a great technique for creating symmetry, enhancing aesthetics, closing spaces and repairing chips The tooth enamel is not drilled away like for veneers The process is reversible Highly aesthetic composite (white filling ) materials are used which look natural Maintenance is re…READ MORE
OCT 19
03
THURSDAY 3RD OF OCTOBER 2019
Our case of the month for September 2019 is one featuring a lingual brace. For those of you that follow our blog and case of the month series, we love lingual braces. They are hidden braces placed behind the teeth and hence the ONLY invisible brace despite what others may have you believe.Before we show you the case, we will discuss the advantages and disadvantages of lingual braces. The technique is not for everyone and hence this is really useful information.Advantages of Lingual Braces Cannot…READ MORE
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