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Newly Renovated BrightSmile Clinic in London NW3 Offers Dental & Aesthetic Treatments

BrightSmile Dental & Aesthetic Clinic Provides the following treatments:

- General, Cosmetic & Specialised Dentistry

- Facial Aesthetics: Anti-Wrinkle &, Dermal Filler Treatments

- Body Sculpting: Fat Freezing

Contact us on 02074311444

Visit us: 14-15 New College Parade, Finchley Road, NW3 5EP

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Does Underarm Sweating Interfere With Your Life? Dr. Massoudi at Bright Smile Dental Clinic (NW3) Offers Effective Treatment for Underarm Sweating. 

The medical term for excessive sweating is Hyperhidrosis. Perspiration is a perfectly normal bodily function, and sweat plays an important role in moderating the body’s temperature. However, hyperhidrosis sufferers sweat more than necessary, and this can be both uncomfortable and – if sweat patches become visible – embarrassing. Hyperhidrosis is most commonly associated with the axilla, but it does affect other parts of the body, including the hands, face and feet.

With over 10 years experience, Dr. Massoudi is an expert in cosmetic injectable treatments. Please call us on 02074311444 for further information or book a free consultation on line.

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Invisalign® treats a range of straightening issues, from minor tooth movements to more complex cases. Whatever the issue, the result is a new, more even smile that you will want everyone to see. Some of the straightening issues that can be treated with Invisalign include; Overcrowded teeth, Widely spaced teeth, Cross bites, Deep bites & Under bites.

Book your free consultation with Bright Smile Dental Clinic to discuss Invisalign and its suitability for your smile enhancement.

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Dr Massoudi attended an invite-only Master Class (MD Codes™ Visionary Program) in February 2016, a 2-day injectable masterclass hosted by Allergan, creators of Botox and Juvaderm dermal fillers. The training course was delivered by the internationally renowned plastic surgeon, Dr. Mauricio de Maio, known as one of the true artists in the field of facial aesthetics and non-surgical cosmetic procedures.

The 2-day Visionary Program introduced practitioners of facial aesthetics to a unique, strategic and methodical way of analysing and treating patients’ faces. A key message in applying this concept in the clinic is by understanding how our facial anatomy evolves as we age, and utilising the most suitable portfolio of dermal fillers. These advanced injecting skills will allow practitioners to sympathetically restore, rejuvenate and revitalise a patients face in a balanced and harmonious way.

MeDical (MD) Codes are a series of predefined and precise sites in the face where dermal fillers can be injected for optimal, natural results. They are based on the principle that facial units have to be rebuilt, or treated in an architectural sequence or mode. There are up to 75 facial codes, which take into consideration key subunits within our facial units (such as the temples, forehead, eyes, cheeks, lips, chin and jawline).

For more information on MD Codes™ and facial rejuvenation treatments please contact Bright Smile Clinic by phone (02074311444) or email: b.s.dentalclinic@gmail.com

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Smile Makeover using composite direct veneers available at BrightSmile Dental clinic. We offer 0% interest finance on treatments over £1000, please call us on 02074311444 for more information.

Before & After pictures of a smile enhancement & gap closure by 4 composite direct veneers carried out at our Finchley Road, NW3 Dental Practice

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Posted by Bright Smile Clinic at 10:55

Medical News Today

In a new study, researchers propose for the first time that Porphyromonas gingivalis, the bacterium behind gum disease could be a risk factor for esophageal cancer. The researchers, from the University of Louisville (UofL), KY, and Henan University of Science and Technology in Luoyang, China, report their findings in the journal Infectious Agents and Cancer. For the full article from MNT, click here

If you are worried about your dental health or gum disease, then book a free consultation at our Finchley Road dental clinic, NW3. Our friendly and highly skilled dentists are here to help you understand your ongoing dental health options. 

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Posted by Bright Smile Clinic at 15:04