STRAIGHTER TEETH

Metal Braces

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Metal braces are still the brace of choice for many.They are mainly used by Childrens NHS Orthodontic treatments.

Braces are used to align and straighten teeth, at the same time also improving overall dental health.

Treatments for braces usually have a few visits to your Dentist, hence the entire procedure can take time.

Every case is different, book an appointment with us to find out how long yours will take

Ceramic Braces

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Braces are used to align and straighten teeth, at the same time also improving overall dental health.

The main benefit of Ceramic braces is the Cosmetic and Aesthetic Appeal.

Most adults prefer cosmetic braces, due to the fact that it is not too visible, yet does the same job as normal braces.

Treatments for braces usually have a few visits to your Dentist, hence the entire procedure can take time.

Every case is different, book an appointment with us to find out how long yours will take.

Invisalign

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Invisalign is an invisible method of straightening your teeth. Unlike other forms of traditional braces, you will not be able to see the braces since it is transparent.

You will be fitted with removable, see-through aligners that have been especially made to fit your teeth.

Invisalign is much more expensive an option to traditional braces, but its benefits for  transparency really allows you to get away with teeth straitening, without getting too many people asking you about your braces, since they wont be able to see them.

Braces are used to align and straighten teeth, at the same time also improving overall dental health.

Treatments for braces usually have a few visits to your Dentist, hence the entire procedure can take time.

Every case is different, book an appointment with us to find out how long yours will take

Retainers

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Dental retainers are devices made from Wires or Plastic. Patients are normally requested to wear them in the night at first after treatment / surgery, in order to hold teeth in position.

They are 4 main types of retainers used by Orthodontists :

  • Hawley

  • Essix

  • Zendura

  • Bonded (Fixed) retainers.