Professor Paul Tipton

Dentist – International Lecturer – Mentor



Dental Facelift

The Dental Facelift procedure usually (but not always) involves a full mouth reconstruction and this is done by “raising the bite.” This term in dentistry is called Increasing Vertical Dimension.

By doing this and providing crowns or veneers, etc, that are slightly taller than the previously worn or damaged teeth the lower third of the face is lengthened. This in turn can eliminate the small lines at the side of your mouth giving a more youthful appearance. Over 80% of patients treated by this procedure look younger according to scientific studies.

This lady was unhappy with her worn and old-looking teeth. She decided to have a “Dental Facelift” to give her a younger appearance and a beautiful smile. Porcelain veneers were placed in her front teeth with beautiful results.


What is a Prosthodontist?
A Prosthodontist is a dental specialist, as recognised by the General Dental Council (GDC), who specialises in veneers, crowns, dental implants, bridgework and much more. read more
Professor Tipton shares a few of his cases to show the fantastic results he has achieved in giving his patients the smiles they deserve. read more
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A highly respected specialist in Prosthodontics, Paul has published many scientific articles in the dental press. read more

Contact Us
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Professor Paul Tipton has compiled all the popular questions his patients have asked him over the years to make sure you have the answers you need before you book your appointment. read more
"...I have had lots of treatment and have ended up with a wonderful white smile and now my husband, myself and two daughters visit the practice on a regular basis..." Susan L read more
Common Problems
Professor Tipton has compiled some cases of the most common problems he has seen from gaps and spaces to periodontal disease. read more

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