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Dental, Cosmetic & Laser Treatments in Chertsey, Surrey
Telephone 01932 570 099 | Email

Dental, Cosmetic & Laser Treatments in Chertsey, Surrey

Telephone 01932 570 099


Estetica Blog
News & stories relating to our dental & cosmetic treatments.

Are your teeth getting shorter? When you smile, have you noticed that you show less teeth? If so, maybe you are grinding your teeth and causing excessive wear. This is known as Bruxism.

Bruxism is characterized by the grinding of the teeth and typically, includes the clenching of the jaw. It is an oral parafunctional activity that occurs in most humans at some time in their lives.

For the majority, the activity is mild enough not to be a health problem. However, if bruxism occurs during sleep, it can cause significant health issues. Regarded as one of the most common sleep disorders, the activity can damage your smile, cause increased wear of fillings and teeth and cause damage to veneers and crowns.

On top of that, it can cause the failure of dental implants and significant gum recession. In certain circumstances it will lead to headaches, considerable jaw and neck pain and increased facial muscle around the jaw.


When you smile, do you feel the appearance of your upper teeth is overshadowed by excessive gum tissue? Do your upper teeth appear too short compared to the amount of gingival tissue displayed when you smile?

If you answered "yes" to either of these questions, you may have a condition that is commonly called a "gummy smile" or excessive gingival display



Causes of Gummy Smile

There are various causes of a Gummy Smile. Maybe you have an excessive display of gum tissue in your upper jaw, resulting from the abnormal eruption of the teeth.

If that's the case, teeth covered by excessive gum tissue appear short, even though they may actually be the proper length.

SmileWill my smile suit me?

One question that a cosmetic dentist might have to answer prior to a client going ahead with any one of the various cosmetic treatments available is; “Will my new smile suit me?”

Thanks to the latest technology in smile simulation, there is no need for the client to worry.

In previous articles we have discussed the general principles behind cosmetic dentistry as well as looking at the various treatments that are on offer - Invisalign, teeth whitening, crowns and bridges and veneers.

We also illustrated the necessity for a patient considering any one of the treatments mentioned above, to embark on a thorough investigation of the cosmetic dentist before going ahead with the process.

However, once that process is complete and the client feels confident in the dentist they have chosen and the type of treatment too, they will undoubtedly sit back and consider the outcome. It's a natural thought for any patient who has made the conscious decision to improve their smile.

Dr Sina Salimi at Estetica said; “It is certainly a question I am asked almost all of the time. My clients will ask ‘how will I look like if I change my smile?’” “I always say to the patient, that due to the irreversible nature of cosmetic dentistry procedures, it is normal to seek a second thought before you start your treatment.”

Estetica SurreyDentistry is no longer just a case of filling and extracting teeth, as it was for so many years. Nowadays, many people turn to cosmetic dentistry or aesthetic dentistry as a way of improving their appearance, much as they would use cosmetic surgery or even a new hairstyle. Have you ever considered cosmetic dentistry or asked yourself what other treatment options are available to enhance your smile? After all, you can not only straighten and lighten your teeth but you can reshape and repair teeth too.


Taking the first step towards cosmetic dentistry

If you are considering cosmetic dentistry as a short cut to an enhanced smile, you should seek the advice of an experienced cosmetic dentist. Most important of all, when you book a consultation, you should not only check the credentials of the dentist you have chosen, but pose the following questions:

  • How many years have you practiced cosmetic dentistry?
  • How many procedures have you carried out?
  • Can I see a portfolio of your work (before and after photos and testimonials)?
  • Do you offer any guarantees?
  • Does the price include after care and will there be any additional charges?

 Finally and most importantly you should establish what materials are used and whether your dentist practices minimal invasive dentistry.


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