Posts tagged “Discolouration”

Teeth whitening is more popular than ever

March 23rd, 2011

White teeth have long been associated with good health and success; historically, an attractive smile was linked to status and wealth and this perception has lasted through the ages. Today, with the rise of celebrity culture, the bright white smile is everywhere, from posters and billboards to television programmes and marketing campaigns. Numerous celebrities have been photographed showing off perfect sets of pearly whites and members of the public have followed suit and more and more people are having cosmetic dental treatments to get the perfect smile.

Teeth whitening treatments are especially popular because they provide an almost instantaneous boost to the teeth and create a much more aesthetically pleasing smile; they are also much more affordable than other cosmetic dental treatments.

There are different types of whitening treatment available, from inexpensive whitening toothpastes to professional in-chair treatments, which can cost hundreds of pounds. As a general rule, the more you pay, the better the results but if you merely have mild discolouration, whitening products may make a noticeable difference; if you have heavy staining, you will need a more intensive, professional whitening treatment to get the results you want.

Recently, whitening treatments have hit the headlines, as some dentists have raised concerns about the safety of DIY home whitening kits and DIY whitening methods. Home kits have become especially popular amongst young people, as they are much cheaper than professional treatments; however, some can be harmful for the enamel of the teeth. Reports also revealed that an increasing number of people are using household products, including bleach to try and whiten their teeth; this can be very dangerous and dentists have urged people to see their dentist for a safe, effective whitening treatment.

Looking for cosmetic dentistry? Talk to Harley Street Dental Studio

The Harley Street Dental Studio has a vast range of services to enhance your smile. For more information on any aspect of cosmetic dentistry contact us on 020 7636 5981.

Teeth Whitening for a bright looking smile

February 21st, 2011

Teeth whitening can aid in removing discoloration and stains on the teeth and is the perfect solution for those of you who want are embarrassed or apprehensive about showing off your smile due to yellow stained teeth. Many London dentists offer treatments for teeth whitening such as a scale and polish at the dentist which can aid in removing stains and discoloration from the teeth. Many cosmetic dental practices offer a combination of teeth whitening cosmetic treatments or professional tooth whitening kits which you could take home and use to improve the appearance of your teeth.

How can I protect my teeth from discolouration?

Following a healthy balanced diet and cutting down on drinks containing caffeine such as coffee or tea can significantly improve the colour of your teeth as certain drinks can stain the teeth. Fizzy acidic drinks should also be avoided and sugary foods may cause dental decay which will add to further marks on your teeth. With the help of regular brushing and flossing you can aid in protecting your teeth against discoloration and staining.

How much whiter will my teeth become after teeth whitening?

The amount of discoloration and stains that can be lifted on the teeth depends on the type of teeth whitening treatment you have. If you have a teeth bleaching treatment by a professional cosmetic dentist you may find that you can successfully remove staining and discoloration on your teeth effectively in comparison to a home teeth whitening kit which may be less effective.

A brighter smile

The goal of teeth whitening is to brighten your smile by sharpening the clarity of the teeth until they appear whiter than they have for a long time. With this procedure the changes to your smile can often give the illusion of reversing the aging process, as much discolouration is provoked by aging or inadequate oral hygiene over time. Your smile will also appear cleaner, as yellow or brown hues have unfortunately grimy connotations.

Greater confidence

Seeking a dazzling smile via teeth whitening can successfully boost your confidence, helping to improve both the social and business areas of your life. Many people talk to their dentist about this cosmetic improvement when they feel unsatisfied or despondent about the negative consequences of their stained smile. Discolouration regularly leads to people limiting their public smiling due to embarrassment. This can be damaging to yourself and potentially to other elements of your lifestyle.

Erase embarrassment

Teeth whitening often acts as an eraser for some people’s past indiscretions. For instance, consistently drinking too much wine or smoking tobacco can both result in stains on your teeth. These will be undesirable if you wish to quit those habits, and an unwelcome reminder if you have already done so. Whitening helps you to move on and not to worry what other people are seeing.

Looking for cosmetic dentistry? Talk to Harley Street Dental Studio

The Harley Street Dental Studio has a vast range of services including an oral cancer check-up examination. For more information on any aspect of cosmetic dentistry contact us on 020 7636 5981.

From stain to shine!

November 3rd, 2010

It’s no secret that a smile is one of the most attractive traits of a person, and what better way to make a great first impression than flashing someone your biggest and whitest smile?  Unfortunately, over the years our teeth are susceptible to losing their shine.  Environmental influences such as habits and diets all lead to stained teeth, and as Kimberly Harms D.D.S. of the American Dental Association puts it: “Basically, anything that can stain your carpet can stain your teeth.”

Discolouration of the teeth can be broken down into two categories, exterior staining (smoking, drinking wine, food) and the actual tooth colour.  But enamel thickness can also contribute to stained teeth, as the more dentin that can be viewed through the enamel, the less bright the teeth will appear.  Just as we are all born with different hair colour and textures, so our enamel thickness will vary especially through age and genetics.  This is why dentists will refer to a shading chart before commencing whitening; as it is important that tooth colour is matched to each individual.

From toothpastes to laser treatment, there’s a huge assortment of different whitening options available, and with factors including cost, time, comfort and level of whitening, it can be confusing and overwhelming for the consumer.  As with any new experience, you’ll want to do your research and make sure you have any worries answered – especially when the hype of marketing can exceed expectations for certain whitening treatments.

Whiter shade of pale

Fortunately as it’s such a popular and diverse service, there’s something for everyone.  If you’re wanting to browse and take your time before committing to a product you’ll be happy with, then look around pharmacies and supermarkets and ask for advice.  With many dentists charging up to £750 a time, many people are looking to DIY kits as a way of saving money.

Whitening toothpastes are by far the cheapest and most frequently used product, due to its ease and cost.  But toothpastes alone are not nearly as effective as bleaching treatments – where whitening gel is applied to disposable plastic trays that are placed on your teeth over a course of a few days.  Slightly more expensive, this type of treatment usually contains hydrogen peroxide solution, a bleaching product popular among dentists proven to give impressive results.

Here to help!

But if you would rather leave your teeth in professional hands, then why not drop by the Harley Street Dental Studio?  Take the pressure off the experience by letting an expert whiten the teeth for you, where you’ll receive quality care throughout from start to finish.

The process involves cleaning and removing any plaque along the gums, followed by an application of peroxide based gel to the teeth.  A special light then activates the gel, with the procedure lasting approximately an hour where the teeth are whitened up to 10 shades.  Depending on how badly stained your teeth are a professional whitening treatment is usually performed as a one-off, thought in extreme cases whitening may need to be repeated.

Looking for cosmetic dentistry? Talk to Harley Street Dental Studio

The Harley Street Dental Studio has a vast range of services to enhance your smile. For more information on any aspect of cosmetic dentistry contact us on 020 7636 5981.

A bright smile isn’t just for those in Hollywood

October 11th, 2010

The glitz and glamour of it all.

You have to hand it to Hollywood; they do make some great films. Not just recently, but over the past couple of decades for sure. Great fight scenes, funny dialogue and actors who many look up to are just some of the elements which make Tinsel Town the fantastic place it is. But when you look at those appearing on screen, you will notice that nearly all of them have had their teeth whitened. Over the course of the past decade or so, the smiles of A-List members of cinema found across the pond have sported this look. Even the lesser-known stars in America who appear on our television screens are seen to have had this done as well.

The importance of being tooth-friendly.

We’ve all done it at some point in our lives. Having looked in a mirror after an especially delicious meal or beverage, we see the years of wear and tear this has done on our teeth which, as a result, led to them being discoloured. This could be down to a whole host of reasons. It is recommended people keep in mind the quantity in which they consume excessive amounts of alcohol and caffeine products, such as tea and coffee, which can vastly contribute to the yellowing of teeth. But what harms the colour of your teeth the most so that they become stained is smoking. There are no health benefits to smoking and, even though various forms of cancer may take some time to form in the body, yellowing of the teeth can be the most obvious and immediate disadvantage of this activity.

Busting the myth

You might think to yourself that only the rich and famous you see on screen could afford this due to the millions of dollars they command for every picture. But, contrary to popular belief, our service is not only open to those with an unbelievable amount of numbers in their bank accounts. People all over the UK are seeing the benefits of having their teeth whitened at a reasonable price.

But is it for me?

As many countries are following Hollywood’s suit and its citizens are embarking on undertaking teeth whitening, there has never been a better opportunity to remove those stains on your teeth which you’ve never liked the look of. Here at the Harley Street Dental Studio we specialise in helping people out just like you. Through the use of Zoom! Whitening, even a quick visit of one or two hour sessions can improve the quality of the colour of your teeth by up to ten times. Or, if you’re not feeling comfortable with visiting the Studio, there is the chance to take home a kit which will enable you to do this yourself with an easy-to-follow guide allowing your teeth to look naturally brighter in seven to ten days.

Looking for cosmetic dentistry? Talk to Harley Street Dental Studio

The Harley Street Dental Studio has a vast range of services to enhance your smile. For more information on any aspect of cosmetic dentistry contact us on 020 7636 5981.

Amalgam-free dentistry

October 6th, 2010

Many people have amalgam fillings because they are the only type of filling currently available on the NHS. Amalgam fillings do the job but they can look unsightly and they are much more obvious than white fillings. At Harley Street Dental Studio, we can replace your metal amalgam fillings with discreet, natural looking white fillings.

Why choose amalgam-free fillings?

The main reason for choosing white fillings is the appearance of the filling. The dental material used to fill the cavity is tooth-coloured, meaning that the filling is invisible to other people. We are fully aware of the importance of a great looking, healthy smile and realise that some people may not be happy with the appearance of their metal fillings and the way they look when they smile. Replacing the grey metal fillings with tooth-coloured fillings will help to restore the natural appearance of the teeth and create a much more attractive looking smile.

The safer option

In the past, some people have been concerned about the safety of mercury amalgam fillings. Although numerous studies have concluded that amalgam fillings are safe, some people are wary and prefer to go for the safer, non-amalgam option.

Amalgam-free fillings are equally as effective as amalgam fillings and will help to prevent further spread of decay. The fillings are more aesthetically pleasing and will last well. Some silver fillings start to corrode over time and this can discolour the teeth and leave an unpleasant black tinge on the teeth.

We will be happy to swap your amalgam fillings for natural looking white fillings. Our dental team is highly experienced and follows strict regulations to ensure you receive the best possible standards of care in a safe and welcoming environment.

Looking for cosmetic dentistry? Talk to Harley Street Dental Studio

The Harley Street Dental Studio has a vast range of services to enhance your smile. For more information on any aspect of cosmetic dentistry contact us on 020 7636 5981.

Invisalign Q&A’s

September 27th, 2010

We answer some common questions about one of the most advanced orthodontic treatments: Invisalign ‘invisible’ braces.

Q. How does Invisalign differ from other competitive orthodontic treatments?

A. Invisalign is a series of comfortable, removable nearly invisible ‘aligners’ that help to move teeth step by step to achieve a great smile. It is perfect for enhancing your natural assets, ‘using what you’ve got’ rather, for example, than drilling away the teeth and adding porcelain.

If you compare Invisalign to traditional braces, primary differences include there are no metal brackets or wires and unlike traditional ‘train tracks’ you can remove the aligners for special occasions, and indeed daily to eat and to keep up your oral hygiene.

Aligners are more comfortable than and not as painful as traditional braces. With the latter you are required to have the wires changed and tightened, which can cause great discomfort. Aligners on the other hand, apply a constant gentle force on the teeth without causing much pain.

Finally, you have a certain amount of flexibility as you will only need to see your doctor every 8 to 12 weeks. This means less maintenance – perfect for those with a busy schedule.

Q. When you say anti-ageing, can you explain in more detail how misaligned / overlapping teeth contribute to looking older than you need to?

A. One of the things that can happen to the teeth as we age is discolouration, which can also occur from stains penetrating the enamel.  Teeth, like any other part of the body, are also subject to wear and tear – everyday physical forces cause deterioration to the tooth structure. This can manifest with loss of enamel, resulting in teeth shortening, chipping or developing fracture lines.

Tooth decay and even gum disease over time may also cause deterioration in teeth, which can lead to fillings, root canals or in extreme cases, tooth loss. Gum disease can also cause teeth to loosen and move due to a loss of bone supporting the teeth. A natural movement in teeth also occurs throughout life; however teeth that are already crooked have a tendency to worsen further with age.

Discolouration and teeth that have moved, or are fractured are key indicators of ageing. Crooked teeth, particularly on the bottom, become more obvious as we age as the facial tissues become less elastic and the skin sags, making the teeth more visible. Crooked teeth also wear faster than straight teeth and therefore the effects of ageing are more obvious – the more discoloured and deteriorated the teeth, the older someone physically looks. With Invisalign you can tackle both the movement of teeth and the discolouration, as you can whiten your teeth during treatment, unlike with train track braces.

Q. Is there an age-limit on using Invisalign?

A. I would recommend the treatment to anyone from the age of twelve upwards, with no upper age limit.

Q. Are there any people who wouldn’t qualify for Invisalign (e.g. those with a number of crowns/implants in their mouths?

A. The most important thing is good oral health – if you are not orally fit, it can be contraindicated to go into treatment. You have to be careful about treatment choices if you have crowns or implants as this can provide limitations – you can’t move crowns or implants, just straighten the teeth around them.

Q. What are Dr Hughes’ tips on anti-ageing your teeth (and does this extend to gums too)?

A. Poor diet can be a cause of tooth deterioration, whether through sweet, hard, or staining food and drinks.  Failure to maintain an effective oral hygiene routine also plays a major part in the ageing process, as this can lead to tooth decay. Poor attendance for dental health checkups can add to the deterioration and prevents the opportunity for early detection of any problems such as decay, or clenching/grinding of teeth which can speed up the ageing process.

You can’t stall the ageing process but you can reduce the physical effects of it with a better diet (avoid too many sugary foods and those that can cause staining such as red wine, coffee etc), regular dental checkups and visits to a dental hygienist (considered part of a regular beauty routine for many people now, much like going for a facial). Ensure you are brushing teeth effectively and incorporate floss or interdental brushes into your oral hygiene routine to reach the tooth surface and gum between the teeth.

Taking measures to whiten the teeth and correct tooth position will also directly reduce the physical effects of the ageing process. Protective measures, such as a bite guard, can help slow tooth deterioration that occurs as a result of tooth grinding etc.

Q. What price range are we talking about?

A. The average cost ranges from £2,500 to £4,000. But if your teeth only need minor corrections, prices could be as low as £1,800.

Looking for cosmetic dentistry? Talk to Harley Street Dental Studio

The Harley Street Dental Studio has a vast range of services to enhance your smile. For more information on any aspect of cosmetic dentistry contact us on 020 7636 5981.

Roll Back The Years With Invisalign

September 22nd, 2010

The ageing process is an inevitable fact of life with British people spending millions of pounds each year trying to reverse the process. We all know how to reduce fine lines with anti-ageing creams, facials, fillers, and masks…but most people don’t consider how to anti-age their teeth.

Celebrity makeup artist to the stars, Lina Cameron explains, There is nothing more ageing than seeing a beautiful woman with poor dental habits. A straight, bright smile can knock 10 years off in some cases. It is never too late to correct something you are unhappy about.”

The fact is, we can do something about it and prolong our youthful smiles by taking action today. Leading Harley Street and Invisalign®practitioner, Dr. Mark Hughes, offers insight into the ageing process that affects our teeth with advice on preventative measures.

SCIENCE BEHIND AGEING TEETH

Discolouration

The most obvious thing that happens to the teeth as we age is discolouration, both from the inside, as Dentine increases in size, but also from stains penetrating from the outside through the porous enamel.  Wear and tear also plays a big part in the deterioration process, resulting in teeth shortening, chipping or developing fracture lines, which are tell-tale signs of ageing.  Tooth decay and even gum disease over time adds to this deterioration and can also cause teeth to loosen and move due to a loss of bone supporting the teeth.

Straight teeth

A natural movement in teeth does occur throughout life; however teeth that are already crooked have a tendency to worsen further with age. Crooked teeth, particularly on the bottom, also become more obvious as we age as the facial tissues become less elastic and the skin sags, making the teeth more visible. The more discoloured and deteriorated the teeth, the older someone physically looks.

Preventative measures

  • Poor diet is a common cause of tooth deterioration; therefore avoid too many sugary foods and those that can cause staining such as red wine, coffee etc
  • An effective oral hygiene routine can keep the ageing process at bay, so ensure you are brushing teeth effectively and incorporate floss or interdental brushes into your oral hygiene routine to reach the tooth surface and gum between the teeth
  • Poor attendance for dental health checkups prevents the opportunity for early detection of any problems such as decay, or clenching/grinding of teeth which can speed up the ageing process.  Regular visits to the dentist and hygienist are essential to maintain, healthy youthful looking teeth
  • Straightening teeth can protect your bite and consequently reduce tooth wear. It is also easier to maintain the appearance of straight teeth, as they are easier to clean, which in turn reduces the risk of developing gum problems.
  • Invisalign® is a practically invisible orthodontic treatment that adjusts teeth with a series of clear removable aligners. The treatment can tackle both the movement of teeth without embarrassment and discolouration, as you can whiten your teeth during treatment, unlike metal braces
  • Protective measures, such as a bite guard, can help slow tooth deterioration that occurs as a result of tooth grinding etc – Invisalign® can provide protection as a bite guard

Next time you consider your anti-ageing lotions and potions, spare a thought for your hard-working teeth and how you can roll back the years with a youthful, dazzling smile!

Background

Dr. Mark Hughes is the founder and primary cosmetic dentist at the London practice of Harley Street Dental Studio.  A Platinum rank Invisalign® provider, Dr. Hughes’ commitment to quality has made him a highly regarded cosmetic dentist in London and highly sought after by actors and other celebrities in search of advanced cosmetic dentistry. Dr. Hughes makes regular appearances as an expert cosmetic dentist on television and in printed media publications.

Looking for cosmetic dentistry? Talk to Harley Street Dental Studio

The Harley Street Dental Studio has a vast range of services to enhance your smile. For more information on any aspect of cosmetic dentistry contact us on 020 7636 5981.

Cosmetic Dentist Demand Soars for Pearly Whites

September 4th, 2009

More people are seeking out the services of a cosmetic dentist – and the most popular treatment? Teeth whitening.

Cosmetic dentistry used to belong to the United States – like Botox and face-lifts. But now, more Brits are queuing up to find a good cosmetic dentist. In fact, it’s estimated that demand for cosmetic dentistry is increasing at a rate of up to 40% a year in the UK. And one of the most popular treatments is tooth whitening.

Cosmetic Dentists Get Their Teeth into Whitening Procedures

It isn’t surprising that tooth whitening is the most sought after treatment. We are inundated with celebrity culture – on our TV, in film, in magazines – and it’s now a rare thing to see a celebrity who hasn’t had extensive treatments from their cosmetic dentist. A cosmetic dentist is just as crucial as a hairstylist or make-up artist for the Hollywood elite. And where Hollywood goes, we follow. Perfect teeth however are not just about cloning the A-list. Having a good set of gnashers has been proven in survey after survey to impact on our emotional well being. If we are happy with our teeth, we are proud of our smile – if we’re proud to smile, we’re likely to smile more often. And smiling has a powerful physiological effect on our emotions – if we smile, happy emotions follow.

Celebrity Teeth – A Whiter Shade of Pale

For most of us, after years of slurping coffee, drinking red wine, grinding and chewing, our pearly whites are not so pearly, or so white. A cosmetic dentist is a safe way of brightening up your whole look with a simple tooth whitening procedure. In America, tooth whitening procedures have jumped by 50% each year since 2005. And the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry says more people are turning to enhancements such as veneers. The Brits are not far behind the Americans, with high profile celebrities such as Simon Cowell and Cheryl Cole lighting up the way.

Go to the Pros

More people are turning to a cosmetic dentist simply because whitening toothpastes don’t have the effect that they seem to promise on the tube. Some of the toothpastes can help take away surface stains but some dentists say they do nothing to make the tooth a shade whiter. Although dentists do recommend you use tooth whitening toothpastes after you’ve had a professional tooth whitening procedure with a cosmetic dentist.

Looking for cosmetic dentistry? Talk to Harley Street Dental Studio

The Harley Street Dental Studio has a vast range of services to enhance your smile. For more information on any aspect of cosmetic dentistry contact us on 020 7636 5981.

Cosmetic Dentistry Booms by 40%

September 4th, 2009

The British Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry has said the number of people seeking cosmetic dentistry is growing by up to 40% every year.

It seems we want something to smile about during the recession – the British public are still spending money on their teeth. In fact, according to the industry body, the British Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry (BACD), cosmetic dentistry procedures are booming. More of us are queuing up for smile makeovers, teeth whitening, new veneers and a whole host of cosmetic dentistry procedures as cosmetic treatments boom in the UK.

Cosmetic Dentist ‘Spas’

The whole world of cosmetic dentistry has changed. At one point it used to belong to the realm of old fashioned medical dentists. Today, some cosmetic dentists have removed themselves from the old fashioned dentist’s chair and set up ‘dental spas’ that only offer cosmetic treatments in a specialised relaxed environment. Some dental spas even offer massages and drinks to help create a spa like experience, with others branching out even further offering an array of cosmetic procedures that move beyond teeth to include Botox, and the like. But opting for a cosmetic dentist who has a strong grounding in dentistry is important. No cosmetic dentistry should be performed on teeth that haven’t been treated.

Say Cheese!

It isn’t surprising there’s been such a boom in cosmetic dentistry. The world is becoming more image conscious, and white, straight teeth are considered a prerequisite in many professions, especially in the world of celebrity. In 2007, the BACD found that around a fifth of us conceal our teeth in photographs and just one in four people agreed with the statement ‘I like my smile and would not change it’. As cosmetic dentistry becomes more accessible, more available, and more affordable, it isn’t surprising so many people are joining the queue.

Grin and Bare It

The BACD also found that those who came out top for the most liked celebrity smile included Kylie Minogue and George Clooney – both have big, white, bright smiles. In fact, it’s hard to think of any celebrity with yellowing or bad teeth – even Shane MacGowan of the Pogues recently underwent extensive cosmetic dentistry. Nice smiles are powerful indicators in our lives, with women associating a nice smile with warmth and men associated a strong smile with success in life. It’s felt having a strong, bright white smile will improve the quality of our lives. And judging by survey after survey, smiling can impact on our well being, our happiness, our career and our social life. It’s clear cosmetic dentists are giving more of us something to smile about.

Looking for cosmetic dentistry? Talk to Harley Street Dental Studio

The Harley Street Dental Studio has a vast range of services to enhance your smile. For more information on any aspect of cosmetic dentistry contact us on 020 7636 5981.

Get Your Teeth Into Success with a Cosmetic Dentist

September 4th, 2009

If you’re concerned about staying ahead of the game as the economy flounders – it’s time you checked out a cosmetic dentist.

The state of your teeth may be the last thing on your mind when you’re worried about the state of your bank balance or the country’s economy. But research shows your teeth could actually be the secret of success. Researchers have found time and again that people who have visited a cosmetic dentist to achieve a beautifully white smile are considered in surveys to be more attractive. Research at King’s College in London found volunteers rated people with whiter teeth more favourably than those with visible tooth decay in photographs. Although that might sound fair enough – the researchers also found that those who had their teeth whitened at a cosmetic dentist were then seen more favourably than those with normal teeth.

Time to Visit a Cosmetic Dentist

The nicer your teeth, the more appealing you generally are. Bright white teeth suggest you look after yourself, you are healthy and you take pride in your appearance. A quick trip to a cosmetic dentist is all it takes. A cosmetic dentist is more of a necessity if you have missing teeth or crooked teeth, but the research proves that normal teeth – slightly yellowing teeth – can be detrimental to how people perceive you. And in today’s economy where you need to stand head and shoulders above the competition, a cosmetic dentist could be your perfect secret weapon.

Get it White with a Cosmetic Dentist

Psychologists have gone so far as to say a person’s teeth may influence whether they are successful in life. Image and looks are a powerful thing, and we are quick to judge a book by its cover. Research has shown that those with rotting teeth or crowded teeth are considered to be less intelligent, less popular and less well adjusted. In contrast, those who had visited a cosmetic dentist for a simple tooth whitening procedure were rated more attractive and more successful. The fact that such huge talents who are successful but who have bad teeth are remembered for their teeth as much as their talent says it all. Freddie Mercury for example was known for his teeth as much as his singing success, and Janet Street-Porter is often mocked for her teeth, despite her obvious intellect.
Research has shown that women get judged even more than men – showing something of a gender bias when it comes to looks and success in life. It isn’t surprising that the demand for cosmetic dentistry is increasing, despite the recession.

Looking for cosmetic dentistry? Talk to Harley Street Dental Studio

The Harley Street Dental Studio has a vast range of services to enhance your smile. For more information on any aspect of cosmetic dentistry contact us on 020 7636 5981.