Cosmetic Dentistry in Preston

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Preston Cosmetic Dentist Dr. H. Kaviani

What We Offer

Cosmetic Dentistry Procedures

Since the days of the first plastic dentures, modern Cosmetic dentistry has surged ahead in leaps and bounds. Today, in our Preston cosmetic dentistry Studio, technology allows us to greatly enhance the beauty of your teeth while ensuring their longevity.

At Lane Ends Dental Practice, Cosmetic Dentist in Preston; Dr. Kaviani provides a host of cosmetic dentistry options — Teeth whitening, Smile Design/Smile Makeovers , Lava & Zirconia Ceramic crowns , Cosmetic porcelain veneers, Dental Implants, and much more…that can be tailored to your individual needs and personal goals.

Our Cosmetic dentist in Preston and her award-winning Dental team will take the greatest care to ensure that all of your questions and concerns are properly and completely addressed.

Preventive Dentistry Lancashire

Preventive Dental Care

Preventive dentistry is the approach that we undertake to better improve your oral health. This approach will allow your cosmetic dentist in Preston to aim to prevent the damaging effects of tooth decay, gum disease and other oral health diseases.

Preventive dentistry as a concept is the way in which our cosmetic dentist in Preston in conjunction with the hygienists will undertake a comprehensive examination of your oral health. We will take this approach in two forms. Firstly a detailed dental examination can reveal the early stages of tooth decay, gum disease and other oral health diseases which can be resolved effectively. This is complimented by routine hygienist visits to maintain good oral health. Secondly, We aims to develop the patient’s own home based oral hygiene regime.

Good oral hygiene habits are the foundation to healthy teeth and gums and need to be established before any cosmetic dentistry procedure or Dental Implants are undertaken.

Bad Breath Treatment

Bad breath is a very common problem and there are many different causes. Persistent bad breath is usually caused by the smelly gases released by the bacteria that coat your teeth and gums. The bacteria from the plaque on our teeth and gums also cause gum disease and dental decay. If you see your cosmetic dentist in Preston regularly, this will not only help prevent bad breath but will also let the dentist look for and treat these problems. In 90% of bad breath cases the following treatment regime will help alleviate the problems causing the bad breath.

1. Removal of any decay .

2. Correct restoration of any poorly fitting crowns.

3. Correction of any poorly fitting fillings:

  • To make sure decay is removed.
  • To ensure the contacts with the adjacent teeth are good, so no food traps exist.

4. Periodontal treatment – removal of tartar (deposits of plaque) from the teeth.

5. The treatment of general gum disease. This involves the removal of plaque and tartar aiming to reduce the pocketing in the gums.

If you are suffering from bad breath, please contact your cosmetic dentist in preston for a review of your preventive and cosmetic dentistry treatment options.

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Mercury Free Dentistry

There is a lot of controversy surrounding the use of mercury based restorations and fillings. We hear continuously that Amalgam, containing mercury, has been used as a tooth restorative material for more than 160 years. This does not mean that its use should continue without question. It has now been scientifically proven beyond any doubt that mercury, in its vapour form, is released from the surface of amalgam fillings in response to chewing and consumption of hot liquids. The vapour passes through the skin in the mouth into the body. Mercury based fillings have been used for many years in dentistry without problems and many dentists argue that they are completely safe.

It is most fortunate that the human body is as resilient as it is because most people with amalgam fillings do not exhibit any symptoms that they are aware of. However, in a 1997 publication the British Dental Association stated “about 3% of the populations are estimated to suffer from mercury sensitivity” which means that 1.75 million people in this country are showing symptoms from mercury toxicity.

Here at Lane Ends dental Clinic ,Your cosmetic dentist in Preston would like to give their patients the choice of having metal fillings or composite (mercury free dentistry) tooth colored fillings. We do not wish to pressure patients into a rush to have all amalgam restorations removed but to point out that we feel that metal fillings are not the safe material they have been thought to be and all the replacement fillings are done in ceramic/ or Composites . We also offer Inlays & Onlays which are more durable substitute that is aesthetically more pleasing.

If you would like to book an appointment for mercury free dentistry or to replace your old fillings , please contact your cosmetic dentist in Preston on 01772-726932.

Cosmetic Consultation

If you are interested in transforming your smile, call now for a Complimentary Consultation. Dr. Kaviani will personally sit down with you, evaluate your teeth and smile and show you what can be done to accomplish the look you want. The initial evaluation is free.  

 

About The Practice

We share your goals – to have your mouth as healthy, pain free and easy to maintain as possible, in an affordable and non-invasive manner . The beautiful and healthy smiles we consistently create – exhibited throughout this site – speak for themselves. That’s bottom line proof that our caring, experience, effort and expertise make a difference. Every patient is unique and treated accordingly.

Holistic Dentistry

For more than 10 years, Dr. Kaviani has provided comprehensive Holistic dentistry to residents of Preston. With overall health in mind, Dr. Kaviani and her award-winning dental team focus on patients’ total well-being  not just isolated problems. They believe that the entire human body operates dependently in all of its functions. Oral health problems can create a domino effect and impede the body’s ability to function harmoniously.

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