The return of the hit TV show The Apprentice also means the return of 16 new lambs to the slaughter for Lord Alan Sugar, and here at Sparkle Dental close to Brentford we think an apprentice can greatly improve their chances of landing that dream job if they had a beautiful and confident smile.
In the ruthless business they are venturing into any and all advantages need to be taken, and having a perfect smile could really set a lasting impression that would give an apprentice a better shot than their competitors.
As they work out the intricate workings of business by marketing products to the French market, publishing a free magazine and branding a new type of biscuit, amongst other things, cosmetic dentistry could really help them on the path they’ve started, whether it’s a full smile makeover with dental veneers or replacing worn out or missing teeth with a dental bridge.
Crowns and bridges are used to either restore a chipped or damaged tooth or replace a single or group of missing natural teeth, something that would be highly sought after if one of our apprentices had lost a tooth; pitching an idea with only half your teeth intact doesn’t really set a good first impression!
Crowns work by covering all of the outer (enamel) part of the damaged tooth, while bridges work by attaching the device to two teeth on either side of the missing tooth, acting as a bridge for the artificial tooth to be fitted.
Veneers are often known as the ultimate smile makeover and work by covering the damaged, disfigured or discoloured tooth or teeth with a wafer thin material. This material is remarkably similar aesthetically to natural teeth and can be shaded to whatever colour the patient wishes, making it a very versatile procedure that can help with a number of cosmetic dental issues.
With the new series of The Apprentice well under way, Lord Sugar’s potential recruits may be well rewarded for sprucing up a rather bland or downright ugly smile!
Sparkle Dental Boutique 311 Boston Road Hanwell, Ealing London, W7 2AT
020 8567 4344
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