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Sparkle’s Weekly Smile Showcase – 9th July 2011

The team at Sparkle would like to present to you some of our recent cases where we have given our patients brighter, straighter and healthier smiles. Nothing makes us happier than to see our patients flashing their new smiles and walk taller with their new-found confidence. Below are a few of our latest success stories:

 

 

This week’s Sparkling Smiles

Charlene:

 

 

 

 

A lopsided smile and crooked teeth were restored using a combination of fixed metal and ceramic (tooth coloured braces).  In under 12 months, Charlene’s teeth are arrow straight teeth and she has a perfect smile.

Karen:

 

 

 

 

Two porcelain veneers were placed on the upper two front teeth. Within two appointments over two weeks, the patient was relieved to see something that had bothered her all her life could be changed so quickly.

Sharan

 

 

 

 

Crooked teeth on the upper jaw are much harder to disguise than crooked teeth on the lower jaw. This patient had visited the practice many times over several years with concerns about her upper teeth. Spurred on by her brother’s impending wedding she took the plunge and within one visit, this patient’s smile was transformed with temporary veneers. The porcelain veneers will be fitted in two weeks time. The patients reaction? She said the results are: “Unbelievable.”

As always, we took great pleasure in giving these patients a smile they can feel confident enough to show the world. If you’d like to know more about any of the treatments, or if you have any questions for the Sparkle staff, feel free to get in touch on our social media oulets:

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Happy Diwali!

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Diwali is celebrated by Hindu’s and Sikhs across the globe as the `Festival of Lights’ where the lighting of `diva’s’ or lights signify the victory of good over evil. In many parts of India, Diwali celebrates the homecoming of King Rama to Ayodhya, after a 14 years exile in the forest and the defeating of evil Ravana. The people of Ayodhya welcomed Ram, his wife Sita and brother Laxmana by lighting a row of lights.

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Many hindu’s also on this auspicious day worship the Goddess Lakshmi, the goddess of wealth and prosperity. They use light diva’s to welcome wealth, happiness and prosperity into their homes and lives.

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For the Sikh community, Diwali signify’s Guru Hargobind, who had been held captive in the fort at Gwalior, returning to his home town of Amritsar. As the sixth Guru (teacher) of Sikhism, Guru Hargobind, was freed from imprisonment – along with 53 Hindu Kings whom the Guru had arranged to be released as well. After his release he went to the Golden Temple in the holy city of Amritsar, where he was welcomed in happiness by the people who lit candles and divas to greet the Guru.

In London, amongst Hindu’s and Sikh’s, Diwali is celebrated with a bang! Fireworks light the skies, gifts are exchanged, indian sweets are shared, prayers are offered and prosperity is welcomed through the lighting of diva’s.

To all our patients of all faiths, Happy Diwali. Peace, love and happiness to you all!