February 21, 2020
My experience from the first time I walked through the door has been extremely positive and my teeth have not looked or been this good for many years. My recent treatment (a crown) was carried out with the utmost care and skill and looks great.
There is a reasonable number of articles and studies that suggest facial attractiveness and uniformity can influence your prospects in dating. Social media has driven the ideals of perfection further and further into our societal subconscious.
What does this mean to someone suffering from crowded teeth?
Often crowding can cause teeth to push forward or twist. Sometimes the uniformity of the mouth can be severely affected by this malocclusion and can affect confidence It can also be more challenging to clean around teeth that are crowded, and staining can be more prominent. This can be treated with teeth whitening and regular hygiene appointments, in addition to getting your teeth straightened.
Recent studies present real data which confirms during dating prospective partners make decisions based on aesthetic balance and symmetrical facial features form an essential part of choosing a partner. Apparently we all want a partner with symmetrical eyes, ears, nose and teeth!
At Riverside Dental, we deal with cases of malocclusion (overcrowding) on a day-to-day basis. Whatever your reason for treatment, we have several treatment options.
Yes, in most cases, we provide affordable payment plans to help patients budget, thus achieving the cosmetic results that they deserve. You can view our treatment price guide by clicking here.
What are the next steps to get my dream smile?
First, you need to call or email Riverside Dental, and we will arrange a free consultation to discuss your specific condition and the best way to treat it. We will discuss the possible treatments and talk you through the options available for finance and the costs involved before we begin your dental treatment. To move forward, call our dedicated team on 01603 920 313 or email us firstname.lastname@example.org