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There are two types of people: those who smile broadly ear to ear, and those who, on even the most joyous of occasions, proffer only a closed-mouth Mona Lisa smile. The Victoria Beckhams and Nicole Kidmans of the world aside, it’s fair to assume that many of those in the latter category don’t particularly like their teeth.

Whether or not there’s actually anything unsightly about them, a perceived teeth issue can turn the most confident person into a mumbler in a bid to minimise people noticing. But the good news is, there are plenty of options for transformation. Cosmetic dentist and Invisalign expert Dr Steven Casci

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