Relaxing dental experience

PUBLISHED: 18:19 06 May 2008 | UPDATED: 22:07 26 October 2009

Plush surroundings

Plush surroundings

THE menacing sound of drills, unidentifiable scratching sounds, not to mention the mouthwash – the dentist will never be high on anyone s list of favourite places. However, there is now somewhere that you can go and relax, without the need for

THE menacing sound of drills, unidentifiable scratching sounds, not to mention the mouthwash - the dentist will never be high on anyone's list of favourite places.

However, there is now somewhere that you can go and relax, without the need for anaesthetic and have your teeth pampered.

Hatfield-based dental centre Aesthetics offers treatments such as teeth whitening, invisible braces and capping.

All these treatments can be done while either watching TV, listening to your own chosen music or while having a massage.

The centre that was opened last November also offers facial treatments such as skin makeovers, implants and wrinkle reduction.

Dentist Harry Singh, who runs the business, believes the dental spa offers people an opportunity to enjoy treatments that may usually be endured.

Kate Adams, a spokeswoman for Aesthetics, which is based in Parkhouse Court, said: "To offer all these amazing treatments under one roof in the way that we do is unique.

"There is nothing like it in the area, we really try to look after our customers and appeal to families as well.

"A lot of what the centre has is state-of-the-art and people can come in and have a fantastic day being pampered.

"Considering we have only been going for five months we have had some really good reviews.

"We have also managed to secure a deal with a number of businesses on the Hatfield Business Park and I'm sure it will go from strength to strength."

To find out more, you can go to www.aesthetics-dentistry.com


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