Millennials Follow Their Self Made Rules For Looking Fashionable And It Applies To Dentistry As Well
Newer advances and trends in dental procedures are making dentistry more interesting among patients as well as dentists. Now dentistry is not only limited to treating dental problems or diseases only but also is gaining considerable importance when the matter comes on looking beautiful or stylish. Patients also prefer a dentist if he is expert in recent advances and if he suggests alternatives instead of traditional procedures. Here are the few trends, which a dental care franchise should consider to generate more profits.
Oral piercing involves piercing done in tongue, lips, cheeks, uvula or a combination of sites. Oral piercing has been practiced for thousands of years and continues to be present in many parts of the world. Nowadays it is in a rage for the desire to look cool.
Piercing is becoming a more prevalent form of body art and self-expression in modern society. However, oral piercings have been implicated in a number of adverse oral and systemic conditions.
Dental tattoos are custom designs, which are added to dental crowns before the crowns are sealed and set in the mouth. This term is also used for temporary decals and stains used to decorate the teeth. Dental tattoos can be applied to any tooth, and they have a wide range of styles, colours, and designs. The popular categories for tattooing include celebrities, flowers, and religion, devotion to person or issue, and animals. Temporary tattoos are the designs in the form of templates that are stuck on the teeth. Modern dentistry gave rise to the idea of dental tattoos.
Tooth Jewellery is much in demand these days in cosmetic dentistry. Most are making this style statement not only to surprise friends with a sparkling crystal glass design, or something in gold with a twinkle of ruby or diamond but also add zing to life.
These tiny little designs are great fun, and because there is no drilling involved, they don’t harm teeth. They are bonded to teeth in the same way as orthodontic brackets. The jewellery is just cemented onto the tooth. They can be left in place for years if desired, but are removable, and do not damage the tooth; the design can be changed several times.