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‘All sorts of people’ having cosmetic dentistry procedures


Cosmetic dentistry 'is not just for models'A healthcare professional has suggested there are all kinds of people who are currently deciding to get cosmetic dentistry.

Speaking to the Times of India, cosmetic dentist Dr Sunita Vhatkar pointed out that having a nice smile helps to boost self-esteem and often makes people more confident.

She suggested that having discoloured or damaged teeth can tarnish a person’s image, while correcting such issues is capable of making an individual look younger.

“Today, everyone is very conscious about their looks. Both the young and old, men and women go for a complete smile makeover,” Dr Vhatkar was quoted as saying.

Implantologist Dr Shreyank Patel told the news provider that such operations may previously have been dominated by actors and models, but ordinary professionals are now doing the same.

Last week, Perfect Wedding magazine claimed brides-to-be will often have cosmetic dentistry procedures carried out, since it allows them to look their best on the big day.ADNFCR-2621-ID-800066177-ADNFCR

Teeth whitening ‘can help leave a good impression’


Teeth whitening 'can help leave a good impression'Teeth whitening procedures which leave people with good smiles can give a good impression, it has been suggested.

According to an article in the Times of India, a lot of men and women are opting for the cosmetic procedure in order for people to think positively of them when they first meet.

Speaking with the newspaper, cosmetic dental surgeon Dr Shreyank Patel said: “There is a strong desire to sport dazzling smiles in our celebrity obsessed society.”

Cosmetic dentist Dr Sunita Vhatkar added that teeth whitening procedures can help people come across better.

“Discoloured, yellowed, chipped, uneven teeth gives one a shabby appearance. Having a great smile also boosts one’s confidence and self-esteem,” she commented.

A recent survey conducted by the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry echoed these sentiments, with 77 per cent of people saying that they believed an imperfect smile could prevent them from having a successful career.

It also found that 96 per cent thought a perfect smile made them more attractive to others. ADNFCR-2621-ID-800063960-ADNFCR

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