Continued growth for cosmetic dentistry
There is no sign of the cosmetic dentistry industry slowing down, with continued impressive advances in the past few years.
Improvements in technology have allowed for a transformation in the cosmetic dentistry field and an increased normalisation of once ‘luxurious’ treatments.
Although we used to associate pearly white, straight teeth with celebrities, it is not uncommon to see your friends, family or neighbours deeming veneers or dental implants which improve their smile.
Recent stats show that the market for dentistry in the UK has grown by 0.2% in 2017/18 and is now worth £7.1 billion. This is according to the ‘Dentistry UK Market Report’, published by LaingBuisson in January 2019.
Clearly, the cosmetic dentistry market is booming, and more and more people are taking advantage of the resources available to improve and perfect their smile.
Are you missing teeth?
Whether you have lost your teeth due to injury, decay or even trauma – we can help retrieve your beautiful, healthy smile!
A dental implant is an artificial tooth attached to a metal screw which is fixed in place within the jawbone.
The screw acts as a natural root for the tooth, meaning the tooth will stay tightly in place and you should not be restricted in regards to what you can eat and how your teeth function.
The procedure usually begins with your dentist attaching the titanium metal screw into the jawbone through the surgical procedure – this acts as a stable base for your new implant.
Hertfordshire-based patients should feel confident that all of our dentists are highly-skilled, qualified and trained in carrying out these procedures.
It is our job to make you feel comfortable during your treatment, and ensure you leave our practice feeling better about your smile.
Why do people get dental implants?
The benefits of dental implants do not stop at the aesthetic level. If you have a missing tooth, you leave your mouth vulnerable to several risks.
When you have a missing tooth, it is likely that your remaining teeth will move in reaction to the change, which can affect your bite in the long term.
Overall, implants work to maintain the natural balance in your mouth in order to keep your teeth healthy.
Perfect Practices – here to serve you!
We provide bespoke cosmetic dentistry services for the people in and around London, Hertfordshire and Essex. If you would like to find out more about dental implants or any of our alternative services, get in contact today.