I absolutely love my job. Helping people boost their confidence and often taking people who hate their smile and getting them to a point they can’t stop smiling is truly rewarding and I’m thankful for those opportunities.
Frequently after some form of cosmetic dentistry, be it braces, whitening or a smile makeover, I often get asked to enhance the result further. One way in which I love to help is to smooth out fine wrinkles and improve the texture of skin to enhance the new smile we have created with facial aesthetics
Why? Well, as I’ve stated above it enhances what we have already done. I’m not talking about giving you that daft plastique look but there is a way to volumise and re-texturise whilst keeping it natural looking and there lies the artform
Everything is in reference to the face. The smile is in reference to the eyes, nose, lips and cheeks. We assess all of this when we design a new smile and oftentimes we can improve things further by optimising facial features
Remember, my philosophy is about delivering the very best aesthetics with your smile and facial features with the least invasive ways possible. I just think it’s the most ethical way to do things and how I would like to be treated