Expert in non-surgical beauty treatments offers latest techniques in Bridges and Crowns to build broken down, decayed or misshapen teeth
Released on: February 22, 2008, 2:23 am
Press Release Author: Dermot McNulty
Press Release Summary: The latest cosmetic teeth restoration techniques applied expertly by Bath Spa Dentistry for patients with build broken down, decayed or misshapen teeth or teeth which have been damaged by accidents
Press Release Body: Bath, UK - Bath Spa Dentistry announces its offering of the latest cosmetic teeth restoration techniques which can change a patient's smile through Veneers, Porcelain crowns, Composite bonding, Dental implants and Teeth whitening. Other services offered include non-surgical beauty treatments that can change a patient's face safely with Botox for frown lines, crows feet and wrinkles and for lips, wrinkles and facial contours. For more information visit: www.bathspadentistry.com.
Crowns - Bath Spa Dentistry Treatments and Services
Crowns are used to build broken down, decayed or misshapen teeth or teeth which have been damaged by an accident. Crowns can be made out of traditional materials such as gold. Bath Spa Dentistry only uses porcelain. Porcelain crowns can be made completely indistinguishable from natural teeth. New crown materials include Procera, which is a modern all porcelain crown, produced using cutting edge cad-cam technology to produce a crown that is extremely strong and looks great.
"Without excellent hygiene backup and preventive education routine, general dentistry as well as aesthetic and advanced restorative dentistry can fail very quickly", says Dermot. "When a new patient is seen at the practice a complete analysis of their dental health is carried out and an appropriate programme of treatment for hygiene care is provided."
Bridges - Bath Spa Dentistry Treatments and Services
Bridges are a series of crowns joined together to cover or close a space left by the loss of a tooth. They are permanent and once bonded into place will look and feel like a natural tooth; they normally last 10-15 years. For more information visit: http://www.bathspadentistry.com/crownsbridges.asp.