England – 11.10.2013 – Harley Street Dental Practice Specialise in Cosmetic Dentistry
For many couples, their wedding day is the end of a long period of planning. They will have considered every aspect of their day and their lives together, making sure to get the colours, flowers and tone of the day just right, so that it says everything about them and what they mean to each other. Although their wedding day is, in most cases, only a day-long celebration, they will have the happy memories for the rest of their lives – along with the photographs.
Wedding photographs are one of the most important aspects of wedding planning. Because they know that those photographs will evoke their happy memories, will remind them of elements of the day they could otherwise forget and remind them of all the people who came to share in their day. For this reason, many people embark on extended beauty regimes before their big day, spending time on skin care, hair care and their teeth, to ensure that those photographs are the best they can possibly be.
Recent research carried out by respected dental practices such as finedentistry.co.uk shows that more brides than ever before are embarking on cosmetic dentistry before their big day, replacing lost or broken teeth, exchanging metal fillings for white and having their smiles whitened.
The Answer Lies in Harley Street
Based at Harley Street, the surgery of Dr Harry Kafetzidis has been offering standard, emergency and cosmetic dentistry for the past 14 years. In addition to a state of the art surgery, the practice boasts a number of highly qualified and experienced dental practitioners, including Dr Kafetzidis himself who has extensive experience and is a member of the British Dental Association, the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry, the British Association of Dental Implantologists and the Society for the Advancement of Anaesthesia in Dentistry.
Discussing his approach to cosmetic dentistry which could ensure that every woman looks her absolute best on her wedding day, Dr Kafetzidis says, “I feel it is important to let you know that I love my work. I find cosmetic and implant dentistry in particular exciting, challenging and creative. The amazing personal fulfillment I feel when I’ve been able to give someone back their dental health and smile is the reason that I do what I do.”