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Michelle Keegan’s cosmetic tweakment rumours

Wed

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Michelle Keegan's cosmetic tweakment rumoursMichelle Keegan’s cosmetic tweakment rumours have circulated once more this week as she emerged with, what looked like, injection sites on her forehead. The ex Coronation Street and Our Girl star was spotted last week on her way to a lunch date.

Typically, with this type of story, fans and surgeons would express worry and angst over their favourite celeb, however, with Michelle, this is not the case. Dr. Alex Kardis, a well known cosmetic surgeon, was quoted in Reveal Magazine. “Everything she looks to have done is a slighter moderation and has been done very tastefully. She looks good.”

It is rumoured that Michelle has undergone dermal filler treatments in her lips, and had Botox in her face and jaw. There is also speculation that she has had dental veneers fitted to improve the look of her smile. It is clear that the star has changed somewhat since her first television appearance in Coronation street in 2011. However, many say that she has changed for the better, not the worse, and still looks naturally beautiful.

 

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Australian dentist creates a new type of veneer

Thu

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Australian dentist creates a new type of veneerAn Australian dentist creates a new type of veneer that only takes ninety minutes to fit. Dr. Sigal Jacobson became so frustrated with the process of creating porcelain veneers she decided to invent a new way. Due to her perseverance, she developed a much faster process which has been called Uveneer.

First of all, a composite bonding material is applied to the teeth. A specialised plastic tooth template is then pressed over the composite bonding to form the shape of the tooth. The final part of the procedure uses a LED light to fix the bonding in place. The process has shown proven results and is an exciting development in the cosmetic dentistry industry.

Not only is the process faster, but it is also cheaper and so much easier, saving dentists valuable time. Furthermore, the Uveneer kit makes it possible to achieve a predictable shape and finish with guaranteed symmetry every single time. There is still a patent pending on the kit so it may not be available just yet, however, when it is it could revolutionise the way dentists perform the veneer process for years to come.

 

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Britney Spears superfan gets his dream

Tue

Britney Spears superfan gets his dream

Bryan Ray, Britney Spears superfan gets his dream. The Los Angeles born Bryan has been a huge fan of the star for many years and also claims that she was a huge inspiration to him as he was growing up. Bryan spoke to the Sun newspaper, “Britney will always be one of my biggest inspirations. I love that she was the biggest star in the world, went through an incredibly hard time and came out on top”

Bryan stated that he sees the singer as absolute ‘perfection’ and set about tailoring his look to mimic his idol. Bryan’s first procedure was dental veneers at the age of seventeen. The veneers were made to match Britney’s exact teeth. As a result of the beautiful veneers, Bryan decided to have some more cosmetic work done. The transformation consisted of Botox, lip fillers, a rhinoplasty and an array of other procedures. Therefore, spending over £63,000 in total.

Bryan hopes to make it in the modeling industry in the near future. He definitely has a look of the star and even his friends call him ‘Britney’. As a result of the procedures, it seems like Bryan is the happiest he has ever been. He looks amazing and his confidence has been massively improved.

 

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Chloe Ferry’s face transformation

Tue

Chloe Ferry’s face transformation

Geordie Shore star, Chloe Ferry, revealed her new look days before her entrance to the Big Brother house on Friday. Chloe Ferry’s face transformation has reportedly cost tens of thousands of pounds. Since 2014 Chloe has undergone various cosmetic procedures to enhance her appearance.

Chloe has disclosed that she has had Botox injections to freshen up her look and regularly has lip fillers. The twenty-one-year-old shared a SnapChat video on Thursday showing herself receiving lip fillers ahead of her Big Brother appearance. Chloe has previously had dermal fillers in her cheeks and has also been snapped showing off her dazzling set of dental veneers. The Sun newspaper has reported that the cost of Chloe’s veneers is estimated at around twenty-eight thousand pounds.

The young star admitted that she was inspired by fellow Geordie Shore star Charlotte Crosby, “When I met Charlotte [Crosby] and seen her lips I was like ‘I NEED THEM!’ and now I’ve had the most work done out of the cast.” The star seems very happy with her new look and appears confident and fresh faced. Fans will be keeping a close eye on Chloe during her time in the famous Big Brother house.

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TOWIE’s Arg considers porcelain veneers

Wed

The Only Way Is Essex star James ‘Arg’ Argent has recently attended an appointment to see how dental veneers could improve his teeth. The 22-year old is hoping to look and feel better when standing next to girlfriend Lydia, admitting that he sometimes wonders if people are thinking ‘what’s she doing with him?’ when the pair are seen together in public.

During the consultation, Arg decided that he liked the porcelain veneers, but wasn’t keen on the ‘American white’ version, asking if there was a shade in between that and ‘Essex white.’ However, the reality star was shocked to learn that the procedure would cost him between £4,500 and £5,000. The price tag doesn’t seem to have dampened his enthusiasm though, as he later tweeted fans to find out what shade of veneers would suit him best, and asking ‘Who thinks gaps in teeth are sexy?’

TOWIE co-star Mark Wright was dubious about the decision to straighten his smile, when Arg confided with him over a game of football. ‘Don’t do all that stuff just for Lydia,’ he was told, ‘You are who you are, you are a good looking kid. Look in that mirror, at who you are, and say ‘I am Mr Argent.’ Unfortunately, Arg might have complicated things for himself as he confessed he hadn’t been to the dentist in more than ten years, saying he couldn’t remember when his last check-up was.

Dentist prosecuted for fraud after faking qualifications

Thu

Always seek qualified practitioners for procedures like dental implants, Britons have been reminded.  People having dental veneers or other treatments should always book an appointment with a properly-accredited practitioner.

This was the advice widely given this week, when a woman was prosecuted for fraud after working as a dentist for nine years despite having no qualifications.

Vinisha Sharma, 37, claimed she had a Bachelor of Dental Surgery degree from India, but had actually dropped out of the course before completing it.

She used bogus paperwork to get a job at the Royal Wolverhampton Hospitals NHS Trust in 2000 and has since worked in top positions at a range of other institutions.

Her deception only recently came to light and Ms Sharma has now been told she faces jail for carrying out procedures like dental implants without a licence.

Prosecuting, Andrew Evans said: “Had the hospitals known, they would never have employed her.”

This follows a similar case in Bristol earlier this month in which Samuel Harnarayan was prosecuted by the General Dental Council for claiming to be a registered dentist when he was not.
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Teeth whitening and veneers ‘can take ten years off you’

Thu

Teeth whitening and veneers could help you look ten years younger. Opting for teeth whitening and dental veneers could help people to look ten years younger, it has been claimed.

Speaking to InStyle magazine, cosmetic dentistry expert Dr Joe Oliver said this kind of treatment is a much better alternative to a facelift and could result in a smile like that flashed by Cheryl Cole.

“You need to work on the colour of your teeth through whitening treatments and the proportions (size and shape) of individual teeth with the use of porcelain veneers,” he recommended.

Dr Oliver added that teeth whitening is a great treatment for people who are mostly happy with their look, but just want to see their teeth looking a few shades lighter.

He said it should last up to 12 months and “isn’t much of a commitment”.

Earlier this month, a survey by the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry found that 74 per cent of people think an imperfect smile could hinder someone’s chances of landing a good job.

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Dental veneers ‘correct damaged teeth’

Wed

Damaged teeth could be improved using dental veneersPeople with uneven teeth may wish to have dental veneers fitted, according to an expert.

Dental surgeon Dr Roshni Ahuja explained to the Times of India that it all depends on the amount of damage that has been done to the teeth.

According to the healthcare professional, dental veneers will usually be put in if a person has uneven teeth, gaps between each tooth or a chip somewhere.

However, she said teeth damaged by cavities may have a crown or root-cap put on them.

Dr Ahuja noted that there is no great gender divide when it comes to such procedures, saying: “There is not much disparity in male to female clientele ratio opting for cosmetic dental treatments.”

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Talking to your dentist ‘can help with fears about getting dental veneers’

Mon

Dentist should be able to allay fears about dental veneers.Having a talk with your dentist can help to alleviate the fears associated with getting cosmetic dentistry work such as dental veneers done.

This is according to Dr John Reitz, who was writing in the Reading Eagle in response to a query from a reader.

She asked if it is normal to be afraid of getting in the dentist’s chair, to which Dr Reitz replied it is.

“Every dentist knows most patients are anxious and nervous about having dental work,” he commented.

The expert cited a study from Tufts University School of Dental Medicine in his response, which showed that many people are apprehensive about cosmetic dentistry because of what the finished result may look like, or for fear of not liking their new smile.

However, he pointed out that good dentists will explain the entire procedure and may even be able to construct mock-ups to give an indication of the finished result.

“Discuss your concerns with your dentist and ask what options exist,” Dr Reitz urged.

Earlier this month, American Health and Beauty said dental veneers can close up gappy teeth quickly and easily.
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Dental veneers ‘can fix gappy teeth quickly and easily’

Fri

Dental veneers can easily correct gappy teeth.People who have visible gaps in their teeth should consider getting dental veneers to fix the problem.

This is the suggestion of American Health and Beauty, which pointed out that many people are self-conscious about their smile when they have gaps and often avoid smiling altogether.

However, dental veneers will close the gap instantly, the article pointed out.

“Made of a durable ceramic material, they are highly resistant to staining from food or drink. Best yet, the process is quick and relatively painless,” it stated.

The Cosmetic Dentistry Guide also recommends dental veneers, which it said are mostly made of porcelain.

It said they can do for the teeth what false nails can do for the hands in terms of appearance and advised that if they are well looked-after, they should last up to ten years.

Dental veneers can be fitted by an accredited cosmetic dentist in as few as three visits.
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