where skilled Swedish clinicians deliver top notch and affordable dental and aesthetic services in Kensington, London. We are conveniently located at Victoria Grove, just short walk from Gloucester Road and South Kensington Tube stations
Our dental & aesthetic centre offers the latest technology and innovation in cosmetic, preventative and general dentistry, as well as advanced orthodontics and aesthetic treatments in London.
With over 20 years of clinical experience, Dr Radmand and his team of dental and aesthetic professionals dedicated their expertise and proficiency to this clinic with enthusiasm and energy, to provide you unparallel care.
A smile makeover is the process of improving the appearance of the smile through one or more cosmetic dentistry procedures, such as:
Some of the components taken into consideration include your facial appearance, hair colour, skin tone, teeth colour – including width, length, shape and tooth display – gum tissue and lips. Smile makeovers are carried out for variety reasons and customized according to your unique considerations.
When considering the colour of your teeth, take into consideration that dark or discoloured teeth may suggest an aged mouth, whereas a well-shaped smile comprised of bright, white teeth lends to a youthful appearance. The shade your dentist chooses for teeth whitening and veneers is thoroughly evaluated with special attention given to the tone and colour of your face and hair. Cosmetic dentists are experienced at detecting the right balance between providing you with a brighter, whiter smile and preserving a natural tooth colour.
Your oral health must be examined before a cosmetic dentist creates a plan for your smile makeover. Your dentist will conduct a comprehensive examination of your teeth, gums, underlying structure and bite (occlusion) to decide candidacy for a smile makeover. If your examination shows that you have an oral health problem – such as a misaligned bite (malocclusion) or gum disease – you will be required to have that taken care of first.
While wrinkle prevention and reduction injections are not new – they have been used cosmetically for more than 30 years – there is a continual evolution in the process of its utilization.
Anti-wrinkle injections and dermal filler injections are the most popular non-surgical cosmetic treatments in UK. B-tox* still is the most effective treatment for wrinkles – the procedure involves injecting small amounts of the Botulinum toxin directly into the muscle.
The toxins temporarily lessen the action of the muscle by hindering the ability of motor nerves to discharge acetylcholine, the neurotransmitter that passes on nerve signals to muscles, resulting in softer lines or wrinkles in the overlying skin. It takes about three to four months to form a new batch of nerve proteins and the nerves comes back to full capacity at about four to six months, which is when the results go away. Over time, the injection results last longer due to the nerve proteins becoming slower at rebuilding.
Dermal fillers are different from anti-wrinkle injections in that fillers are injected directly into wrinkles and lines, instantly adding volume. These cosmetic injectables fill fine lines and plump up wrinkles and folds to produce a smooth and natural look. There are number of different dermal fillers to choose from, so make sure to ask your clinician for recommendation to ensure that you receive your desired results. Also, certain dermal fillers may provide better results in different people and for different areas, so you may need to try out more than one brand before finding the best product for you. Sometimes, clinician will work with multiple products, depending on your needs, to acquire your desired result. You pay by the syringe, and several syringes may be required for the treatment, so please ask your clinician for an estimated total cost before starting your treatment.
By now you’re probably familiar with, or maybe heard of the “Vampire Facial,” a skin treatment that offers skin rejuvenation treatment in a 100% autologous way, meaning that nothing external is injection to the skin. PRP therapy essentially uses your own blood to help to facilitate luminous, youthful complexion. Our blood is consisting of two main components – red blood cells and plasma – where plasma contains white blood cells and platelets, which are rich in growth factors.
Clinician will then take a sample of your blood and the PRGF®-Endoret® centrifuge device then isolates, concentrates and extracts “growth factors” from you own blood in minutes. Clinician then uses U224 meso gun to administrate multiple micro-injections which is virtually painless and settles within hours.
Treatments are typically performed once a month for the first three to four months, and then every three to six months thereafter, depending on the individual patient’s response and results.