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Dental Spas

Dental Spas

A dental spa can change the way you see a trip to the dentist. Just like a normal dental surgery, the qualified dentists will keep your teeth healthy and gleaming, but at a dental spa you can enjoy a range of spa treatments and alternative therapies too. Sometimes called boutique dentistry or dental salons, the extra treatments and more calming environment are a bonus whether you're a nervous patient or not... after all, you don't have to have a dental check-up to make the most of the pampering menu.
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Some of the most famous dental spas are the Smile Studio in London, the Swiss Smile dental spas in London and Zurich and DC-one dental spas worldwide. The type of relaxing and beautifying treatments you can enjoy at a dental spa will depend very much on the facilities available. Most dental spas have 'operating theatres' where the dental treatments take place as well as any cosmetic beauty treatments on offer, with separate treatment rooms where you can enjoy the fluffier treatments like massage or alternative therapies. Some dental spas also have fun extras like video goggles to wear while the dentist tinkers with your teeth.

Surprisingly dental spas these days offer cosmetic treatments at an affordable price, so you can give your mouth a makeover and get that Hollywood smile without breaking the bank. There are a wide range of treatments available from teeth whitening to straightening, to restoring those neglected and unsightly missing gnashers by using implants.


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Dental spas aim to make your visit to the dentist a little more comfortable by providing everything you could possibly need to keep your mouth and body looking its best for an all over pamper session. Instead of feeling sore and sad, you can leave the dentists with your shiny new teeth and body and be completely refreshed.

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