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Dental, Cosmetic & Laser Treatments in Chertsey, Surrey
Telephone 01932 570 099 | Email reception@esteticaa.co.uk
Call 07821 119 351 between 6pm - 10pm to book

Dental, Cosmetic & Laser Treatments in Chertsey, Surrey

Telephone 01932 570 099

Call 07821 119 351 between 6pm - 10pm to book

Email reception@esteticaa.co.uk

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News & stories relating to our dental & cosmetic treatments.
Data collected by the Oral Health Foundation has revealed that the generation that spends the most on their smiles is the millennials. According to Dentistry Online, adults under the age of 35 are spending £750 a year on their oral hygiene, which is almost four times the amount that their parents spent, and nearly eight times that of their grandparents.

 

The study also showed that 53 per cent of the millennial generation have had cosmetic dental treatment, compared to less than one in ten (9 per cent) of the over 35s.

 

The most popular cosmetic dentistry treatment in the UK was tooth whitening, with 42 per cent opting for a brighter smile, and a further 48 per cent plan to get their teeth whitened within the next year.

 

The Oral Health Foundation has suggested that this indicates the ever-growing surge in the popularity of cosmetic dentistry and that a smile is associated with beauty as much as health.

 

Dr Nigel Carter, chief executive of the Oral Health Foundation, said “We would all expect to invest a little money in our oral health when visiting the dentist. This could be a regular check-up, scale and polish or minor treatment.

 

“Younger adults generally experience fewer oral health problems than their older peers. Common conditions like tooth decay, tooth loss and receding gums are associated with age and result in more expensive treatments.

 

“This means the more a young person spends on their oral health, the more likely it is that the work is purely cosmetic and not treating a clinical problem.”

 

He added: ‘Caring for our teeth and gums has always been about maintaining good health but the aesthetics of a smile are becoming increasingly important. How our smile looks might not only have an impact on our mental wellbeing, but it can shape our confidence and social happiness too.”

 

If you’re wanting to know more about cosmetic dentistry and white fillings in Surrey, come and talk to us today!