Dental Law Partnership go Behind the Smile to share expertise with public

As cosmetic dentistry grows increasingly popular, the Dental Law Partnership have launched an all new website to provide the public with the information that the experts should tell you but often don’t.


UK – WEBWIRE – Wednesday, April 16, 2014

“Our aim is to educate the public on each of the treatments available, so that they have all of the information they need to choose what is right for them; even if the right thing is to not pursue a treatment”.

Their aim is to help people to make informed decision about cosmetic dentistry and their own dental health. In order to do so, they are taking readers ‘Behind the Smile’.

Described as ‘the insider’s guide to cosmetic dentistry’, Behind the Smile is a consumer advice site written by registered dentists with many years of practical experience in the dental industry.

Unfortunately, cosmetic dental work can be sold to patients without them first receiving all of the information they need to make the right choice. Patients are not provided with a full understanding of what treatment involves; nor are they given a full overview of their options.

Behind the Smile provides expert consumer dental advice, including detailed information on all kinds of cosmetic dental treatments and the potential problems that people may encounter after their procedure. There is also a wealth of helpful advice on what to do if things do go wrong.

Cosmetic dental treatments include tooth whitening, fillings and veneers.  Dental implants, bridges and gum contouring are also popular treatments. But the trend for smile makeovers with no thought to the impact on health  is the biggest change in modern dentistry.

That’s why the minds at  the Dental Law Partnership were so keen to boost awareness of the potential pitfalls, as well as the benefits, of seeking the perfect smile.

Chris Dean  at the Dental Law Partnership said: “We developed Behind the Smile to fulfil the need for an unbiased patient guide on cosmetic dental treatments.

“Dentists should act in the best interest of their patients, but over the years we have seen an increasing number of self appointed cosmetic dental ‘specialists’ appear on the high street. These individuals put profit ahead of the wellbeing of their patients; creating unrealistic expectations of cosmetic dentistry and mis-selling treatment.

“Our aim is to educate the public on each of the treatments available, so that they have all of the information they need to choose what is right for them; even if the right thing is to not pursue a treatment”.

The Dental Law Partnership helps victims of inadequate dentistry to win the compensation they deserve. For more information, visit http://www.dentallaw.co.uk.



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