Fashion impacts on us in all walks of life, especially on celluloid, where we are constantly being exposed to celebrities who are currently ‘hot’ and those who will do anything to fend off the onslaught of age in an attempt to remain at least, luke-warm. Such trends impact on our mouths too and dentistry seeks the answers, as it pursues ‘the perfect smile’. Well, good news folks, it’s here and available, according to a dentist in Leeds. Aesthetic dentistry is the ‘must have’ right now and there are several ways to get it. Bleaching is the cheapest right now, through the use of home kits or by intense light treatment at the dentists. White fillings will give back a natural mouth as opposed to the more common silver ones. Dental bridges and implants can replace missing teeth, to give back a full smile, as well as combating gum disease. But the most popular cosmetic treatment is veneers. These can restore teeth to their former glory. They can cover up cracks, stains, plug gaps and give the teeth extra length which can be shaped and contoured. Vanity aside though and at a deeper level, restoring the aesthetic look is important to those who have oral problems due to trauma or surgery. Not only is there a physical answer to oral disfigurement, but in turn, a psychological one too. And at what cost is it, to look good and feel great? Priceless!