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Green tea ‘is beneficial for oral health’


Green tea 'is beneficial for oral health'Drinking green tea on a regular basis could provide benefits for oral health and limit the chances of needing emergency dentistry, one expert has claimed.

Dr Pravesh Solanki from suggested that the beverage contains natural antioxidants that can reduce the build-up of plaque.

The dental expert suggested that a number of foods can be beneficial for oral health, but it is important to avoid sugary snacks and fizzy drinks to help teeth and gums.

In addition, Dr Solanki advised health-conscious individuals to increase their consumption of a variety of substances in a bid to limit the risk of developing problems.

“Milk and yogurt are good for teeth because they contain low acidity. Milk is also a good source of calcium, the main component of teeth and bones,” he explained.

According to the recent research published in Network Health Dieticians, consumption of black tea can provide similar benefits to green tea, including the prevention of heart disease. ADNFCR-2621-ID-800725544-ADNFCR

Braces ‘are no longer unfashionable’


Braces 'are no longer unfashionable'Increasing numbers of adults are opting for orthodontic treatment, such as Invisalign and Inman Aligners, to improve the appearance of their smile, it has emerged.

Dr Pravesh Solanki from, revealed that dental professionals have seen a 40 per cent rise in requests for the corrective fixtures in recent years.

The expert suggested that the increase in media focus on dazzling Hollywood smile has resulted in a reduced stigma surrounding braces, making them a fashionable accessory.

In addition, Dr Solanki claimed that the popularity of reality makeover shows has highlighted the benefits of cosmetic dentistry for image-conscious individuals.

He stated: "The increase in media attention to look good and feel better … and the drop in price for these treatments has made them more accessible to everyone and not just celebrities."

High profile figures such as Justin Bieber, Gwen Stefani and Tom Cruise have all received orthodontic treatment to improve the alignment of their teeth. ADNFCR-2621-ID-800724063-ADNFCR

Cosmetic dentistry ‘is now more accessible’


Cosmetic dentistry 'is now more accessible'More people are choosing to undergo cosmetic dentistry as a result of the procedures becoming more accessible to members of the public, it has been suggested.

Dr Pravesh Solanki from claimed the increasing popularity of the treatment may have emerged due to a reduction in prices.

The expert's comments were made after a high number of well known celebrities received cosmetic dentistry in a bid to improve their appearance and correct oral issues.

High profile figures including Kerry Katona, Tulisa Contostavlos, Cheryl Cole, Simon Cowell and Ronnie Wood have undergone the procedures to create a Hollywood smile.

Dr Solanki also suggested that the increased media attention to looking good and feeling better could have had a significant impact on the popularity of teeth whitening.

"Reality makeover shows are highlighting cosmetic dentistry procedures and the drop in price for these treatments has made them more accessible to everyone and not just celebrities," he added.  ADNFCR-2621-ID-800722747-ADNFCR

Possibilities are endless for cosmetic dentistry, says expert


Possibilities are endless for cosmetic dentistry, says expertPeople contemplating cosmetic dentistry such as dental veneers or teeth whitening procedures could receive encouragement from an expert's comments.

Dr Pravesh Solanki from revealed that the appearance-boosting treatments could provide a number of benefits for prospective patients.

His remarks came after previous research revealed that 90 per cent of people who receive cosmetic dentistry reported an increase to their self-esteem.

In addition, Dr Solanki stated that many individuals have been given the confidence to seek a new job or find a partner as a result of the effective procedures.

"From new teeth and cosmetic dentures, to reshaping the face and mouth, making people look years younger. The possibilities are endless," he added.

Technological advancements in the dental industry have given professionals the chance to remove stains from people's teeth to improve their appearance.

Dr Solanki's comments come after Girls Aloud starlet Nicola Roberts received cosmetic dentistry to resolve personal issues she had over the her smile.ADNFCR-2621-ID-800616149-ADNFCR

Cosmetic dentistry ‘can improve self-esteem’


Cosmetic dentistry 'can improve self-esteem'Individuals who seek cosmetic dentistry in a bid to improve their appearance could notice an improvement in their confidence levels, according to an expert.

Dr Pravesh Solanki from suggested that procedures such as dental veneers and teeth whitening could have a positive effect on a person's self-esteem.

The wide range of treatments offered to image-conscious people could resolve issues such as tooth decay or stained and yellow teeth caused by smoking, he added.

Dr Solanki's advice comes after Girls Aloud singer Nicola Roberts admitted she had undergone cosmetic dentistry in a bid to resolve insecurities about her smile.

Speaking to BBC Radio One DJ Scott Mills, the stunning redhead revealed she had wanted to improve the appearance of her teeth for a long time before investing in dental veneers.

"[People should] visit informational websites and educate themselves about the options available to them and then visit a cosmetic dentist for a consultation to discuss their concerns and options," Dr Solanki added.ADNFCR-2621-ID-800614386-ADNFCR

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