Northern News : September 14th 2011
11 NORTHERN NEWS, SEPTEMBER 14, 2011 • 6 Month Smile braces are completely clea virtually impossible to see • They'll gently straighten your smile in just 6 • Flexible payment options available Can you see her br Get your 6 Month Smile by Nov 30th to get FREE TOOTH WHITENING FOR A FREE CONSULTATION CALL 0800 6 MONTHS www.kerikeridentalcentre.co.nz The Natural Lift is a non-surgical face lift treatment that restores youthful curves quickly, comfortably and affordably ageing is a natural process, now there is a Private Confidential & Exclusive 436 Kapiro Road, Kerikeri Ph 09 407 9603 www.peaches-beauty.co.nz Dr Joanna Romanowska ~ Auckland's most trusted Appearance Medicine doctor, will be at Peaches on Monday 19th September 2011. Microdermabrasion • Facial Skin Peels • Ultrasonophoresis • Waxing • Manicures • Pedicures • Removal of Facial Lines • Mole Removal • Botox® • Varicose Vein Removal • Health & Beauty 4025390AA Women's Health Seminar „ Understanding Hormonal Health „ Natural Solutions for Menopause „ Causes of Estrogen Dominance „ What Hormones Make Us FAT? „ Painful, Heavy or Irregular Cycles „ Hormonal Balance 4 Happy Teens „ Stress, Anxiety & Mood Swings „ Toxic Cosmetics & Breast Health An informative evening cram packed full of important information that all women should know! At The Centre, Kerikeri Wednesday 28th September 7.30 -- 9.00pm Limited Tickets All Welcome Tickets $10 available from Hardy's Health Store, Kerikeri. Tel: 09 401 7126 Presented by Diana Burgess Local Naturopath / International Speaker Gain knowledge and information on... Hormonal health for women A women s hormonal health seminar is being presented in Kerikeri by Diana Burgess, a direc- tor of ProActive Health and Wellness Clinic and co-owner of Hardy s health stores in Kerikeri and Whangarei. Diana has worked in the natural medicine industry as a naturopath for more than eight years and is extremely passionate when it comes to educating and treating women about their health, from ado- lescence right through to menopause. Diana s experience is not only from studying and treating patients with hormonal issues, but from her own health and life experiences. Her own story is fascinating and one she is willing to share in order to help others. It includes the trials and tribulations of going through menopause in her early 20s, adopting a baby, going through IVF and giving birth to a donor egg baby. She took HRTs on and off for nearly 10 years while studying and research- ing natural solutions for hormonal imbalances. Described as an informative, dynamic presenter, Diana s pres- entations have been heard by women throughout New Zealand and Australia and are not to be missed. So if your menstrual cycle is ruling your life or you simply want to learn how to be proactive towards achieving hor- monal well-being, get a group of women together and come along. Tickets are only $10 from ProActive Health and Hardy s Health Shop in Kerikeri. What: A women s hor- monal health seminar. When: Wednesday, September 28. 7.30pm to 9pm. Doors open 7pm. Where: The Turner Centre, Kerikeri. Walk/run Here s a chance to add to your fitness levels or just have fun. On October 23, the Kaikohe Rotary Club is co- ordinating a walk/ run called the Okaihau Kaikohe Traverse on Pou Herenga Tai -- the twin coast cycle trail from Okaihau to Kaikohe. There are two race lengths starting at Okaihau and Toia Rd and finishing in Kai- kohe at the Mid- North Motor Inn. Buses will trans- port participants from from Kaikohe to Toia Rd/Okaihau from 8am onwards. Runners will begin at 9am and walkers at 9.05am. Registrations are limited to 200 participants. Go to: www.kaikoh erotary.org for further information on the event. Revolutionary teeth straightening Miles of smiles: Dentists Andrew McNaughton, left, and Simon Leith. Years ago most of us only made a dental appoint- ment because we had a toothache or needed a wisdom tooth removed. These days, however, it s a much more positive experience and it s all about getting a smile you can be proud of, whether it s replacing your old or ugly metal fillings, whitening a smile or straightening your teeth. Simon Leith of Kerikeri Dental Centre travels internationally to research and train in the latest innovations and is the only dentist in New Zealand offering six month smiles . This revolutionary treatment can straighten teeth in just six months, but Simon reckons the reduced correction period is just part of the appeal. Unlike conventional braces, it s really difficult to see that someone is wearing them, he says. It s a product that s got strong appeal with adults whose parents were not in a position to afford braces when they were children -- but Simon cautions that it s not right for everyone. Fortunately fellow dentist Andrew McNau- ghton offers an equally innovative alternative known as Invisalign. As the name suggests the product is completely invisible when worn or as Andrew puts it: You d have to be on fairly intimate terms with someone to know they were wearing them. Treatment involves a series of clear corrective moulds that fit snugly over the patient s teeth to improve the align- ment. Of course in some cases traditional braces may still be the best sol- ution and Andrew does those too. It all depends on the level of correction required but modern technology means that whether it s one visit for crowns, teeth whitening or straightening, the pair can offer their clients choices not previously available here.
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