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Front teeth gaps ‘a growing trend’

Thu

A gap in the teeth could be a new style trend.

The Hollywood smile of rows of perfectly aligned pearly whites is being replaced by a trend for imperfect teeth, it has been claimed. front teeth gaps

New York-based cosmetic dentist Dr Laura Torrado told Stylelist that people are tired of seeing celebrities with the perfect smile and therefore, a growing number of people are asking for cosmetic dentistry treatments to make their smiles stand out.

She commented: “We’ve overdone it with aesthetics. If your teeth are too white or too big, it looks unnatural so people are coming back in to make their smiles look more natural.”

Dr Torrado added Hollywood actress Anna Pacquin or model Lara Stone both typify the new front tooth gap look.

Elsewhere, figures compiled by Manor Dental Practice recently revealed that Brits are spending more on cosmetic dentistry treatments each year.

The figures showed the amount spent on dental implants alone has gone up by £100,000 during the last three years.

Emergency dentistry wait for sugar addict

Thu

Sweet tooth leads to decay for woman.

A mother of four from Merstham, Surrey could have to wait months for her new dentures to be fitted after she had 16 teeth removed due to her addiction to sugar. emergency dentistry

Angela Slater, 30, is to undergo emergency dentistry to have dentures fitted, but the fact so many people are waiting for surgery spaces in her area hasmeant she is on a four-month waiting list and cannot expect to have her teeth back until at least the summer.

She commented: “Every kid would look at my teeth and go ‘I don’t want mine to look like that – get me to the dentist’.

“If it helps parents get their kids to the dentist then that’s good enough for me.”

Elsewhere, figures compiled by Manor Dental Practice recently revealed the amount Brits spend on fillings has grown on average by £50,000 per year since 2007and now stands at more than £150,000.

Brits ‘spending more on cosmetic dentistry’

Fri

Brits have considerably increased the amount they spend on treatments over the last few years.

Brits are spending more on cosmetic dentistry treatments than they have done in the last three years, new data has revealed. london cosmetic dentistry

Figures compiled by Manor Dental Practice revealed the amount Brits spend on fillings has grown on average by £50,000 per year since 2007.

“It’s quite common that in times of financial difficulty, one of the first things to go is visits to the dentist,” Dr Anjali Shahi, founder of the Manor practice, commented.

Dr Shahi postulated that this increase in spending could be due to the fact so many people have postponed appointments, meaning they had dental oral health problems which required more expensive solutions.

Elsewhere, Dental Plans recently reported the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentists has estimated US citizens spend $2.75 billion (£1.68 billion) on cosmetic dentistry treatments every year.

The organisation noted teeth whitening, dental veneers and dental implants are three of the most popular treatments at present.

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