Cosmetic Dentistry in Staffordshire
There are occasions when a person is not entirely happy with the appearance of their smile. Perhaps they have always been self conscious in social situations, or maybe a recent photo highlighted a gap or a visible metal filling, either way modern dentistry has the answers to almost all cosmetic problems.
We believe our job is to listen and ensure that we know the exact problem, outline various strategies that will be able to produce the desired result and then explain the potential problems as well as the costs of the treatment involved.
A Cosmetic consultation with us will accomplish all of the above with no obligation to proceed with any treatment discussed. We always act impartially and try to give a fair opinion on what is possible, even to the point of refusing to carry out treatment if we feel the treatment is not in the best interest of the client.
Cosmetic dentistry is booming with more and more people willing to invest money to improve the appearance of their smiles. Obviously this is great news for us dentists BUT the Latin ‘Caveat Emptor’ (let the buyer beware) has never been more true.
Now don’t get me wrong, the smile a key part of one’s appearance and something that people notice, so making improvements is all well and good BUT you shouldn’t sacrifice health to achieve a good result.
A Cosmetic consultation with us will accomplish all of the above with no obligation to proceed with any treatment discussed. We always act impartially and give a fair opinion on what is possible, even to the point of refusing to carry out treatment if we feel the treatment is not in the best interest of the client.
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