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Using our bespoke software to give a glimpse of how your new smile will make an impact
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What’s even better is that this treatment is no more expensive than regular braces and in many cases, can work out cheaper.
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Six Month Smiles will not damage the root of your teeth and focuses on moving the teeth that show when you smile in order to improve the cosmetic appearance of your teeth – ultimately improving your confidence and self-esteem as well as your dental hygiene.
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Dentists in Cambridge

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Dentastique,
4 Bishop’s Road
Cambridge,
Cambridgeshire
CB2 9NH
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We then use the latest computerised technology to create the crowns and bridges with the help of one of the UK’s most talented master ceramists – with perfect results!

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Crowns and bridges can be made from metal, gold, porcelain or a combination of porcelain and metal for added strength. Here at Dentastique in Cambridge we help you choose the best option for your needs.

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A bridge is where crowns are joined together to bridge a gap between teeth and are often chosen by patients who do not like dentures. They are usually made of porcelain bonded to precious metal.
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Here at Dentastique in Cambridge, we are strong believers in prevention rather than treatment. Regular check-ups allow us to spot any potential gum or tooth problems early on – avoiding the need for more expensive and inconvenient treatment later on.
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