Here at Estetica, we provide the very best in dental practices and procedures in a caring and friendly environment.
We provide general restorative dentistry for adults and children and advanced restorative dentistry, involving the latest technology in dental crown and bridgework.
We are experts in cosmetic dentistry including services such as smile makeovers, tooth whitening, veneers and all porcelain restorations.
We can supply quality dental implants, using both Astra and Osteo-ti systems and specialise in oral hygiene and periodontal (gum) treatments.
“Our message to our customers is simple and to the point,” said owner Dr Sina Salimi. ”Firstly, the customer is the most important person from the moment they enter our practice.
“Secondly, our aim is to provide the highest quality dental care at an affordable price” On December 20, we will be officially opening our new premises in Chertsey and as a business, we believe our move will help us consolidate our position as the leading dental practice in Surrey. As part of the new launch Estetica are offering 20% off our dentistry fresh breath treatment.
There are many ways to tackle bad breath and to prevent the causes of bacteria. One of those is by brushing and flossing on a regular basis. Bacteria feasts on food particles left on our teeth, producing what are known as volatile sulphur compounds, the substances that give breath its foul odour. Brushing and flossing remove the bacteria themselves and the particles they feed on, so that they can no longer produce the odour-producing compounds. Unfortunately, many people do not brush long enough to remove bacteria from their teeth. It takes two to three minutes to brush all tooth surfaces, yet most people spend less than a minute brushing their teeth. When you are in the bathroom, brushing and flossing, don't forget to clean your tongue because odour-causing bacteria hide deep within the crevices of the tongue. Remember to clean near the back of the tongue where most of the bacteria resides, but be careful not to gag yourself. You should also drink plenty of water because a dry mouth is the ideal home for odour-causing bacteria. Saliva normally keeps the mouth moist, helping to wash away the food particles bacteria feed on and dissolving odorous volatile sulphur compounds. Without enough saliva, odour-causing bacteria will flourish.
Actions which dry the mouth or reduce saliva flow can increase bad breath. These include: The use of prescription medications including antihistamines and decongestants, excessive talking, exercising, dieting, drinking alcohol or using mouthwashes containing a high amount of alcohol and smoking. By drinking water we stimulate saliva flow, wash away left-over food particles, and moisten the mouth, making our mouths less hospitable to odour-causing bacteria. You can also use chlorine dioxide mouthwashes or chew sugarless gum and check for signs of Gingivitis and other dental problems by booking a dental check up at least once a year. If you have any questions or wish to comment on the Celebrity Opening of Estetica's new premises, you can do so below. Otherwise keep in touch with us on Facebook, LinkedIn or Twitter