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Cosmetic Dentist Offers Extreme Prize

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August 24, 2005

Cosmetic Dentist Offers Extreme Prize

The popularity of make-over programmes has made improving one's appearance a reality for almost anyone, no longer is this privilege limited to celebrities. New Zealand has very talented cosmetic artists; some are among the best in the world.

Cosmetic dentistry has become so advanced that treatments now take less time, are less invasive and often permanent. Immediate results can be seen from just one treatment; often changing people’s lives in the process.

As awareness of aesthetic procedures increases and the demand grows, one of New Zealand’s leading cosmetic dentists is offering the opportunity to win a treatment that many people seek to improve their looks.

Dr Dylan Yung’s techniques and artistic ability create the most fantastic transformations to people's smiles; he often lectures both here and overseas, is the founder of Aevitas and co-founder of the NZ Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry. He is also is one of the first local cosmetic dentists to follow American trends by including cosmetic dentistry and non-surgical techniques botox and dermal fillers all under one roof.

This October, Cosmetic Dentist Dr Dylan Yung will give one lucky person the opportunity to turn back the clock, have the smile they have always dreamed of and a beauty makeover to complete their new look.

The winner’s 10-hour journey starts with a Zen-like experience at Aevitas' modern premises in Newmarket. At the same location is Skinsite, a company that provides the latest non-surgical dermatological treatments to improve the appearance of wrinkles and facial lines. The winner will also meet fashion stylist Jackie Ofee from Signature Style, who will provide a wardrobe makeover complete, with personal colours and make up. The winner will also be treated to a new hairstyle and a professional photo shoot to capture their new look.

The make-over will be completed in only 10 hours and is valued at $10,000.

To enter, simply submit a photo of your face and smile with 50-100 words about why you believe you need to Turn Back The Clock to: or post to: Turn Back 10 years, PO Box 109387, Newmarket, Auckland between September 16th-October 12th 2005 ( you can nominate someone you feel deserves this fantastic prize as well)

* prize offered nationwide, does not include flights or accommodation. Minimum age 30 to enter.


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