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Orthodontics

Step 1. Initial consultation

First time you will see your dentist for a 20-30 min consultation in order to find out what are your expectations about having an orthodontic treatment. During this visit a clinical examination will be made to determine your treatment needs. You will be presented with estimated treatment options and costs.

Step 2. Diagnostic record appointment

Every orthodontic treatment we start in our practice is individually planned. Once you are assessed as ready for treatment, we will take your initial records in order to develop your detailed treatment plan. The standard set of diagnostic records includes radio graphs, clinical photographs and dental impressions for study models.

Step 3. Discussion and approval of treatment plan

Once your diagnostic records are analysed, you will be asked to come and discuss your treatment plan. During this appointment you will sit down with us and look at the particular options you might have to achieve your treatment goal. This is the best time to ask all the questions you have about your treatment. We will try to provide you with maximum information so you will be able to make an informed decision. Your full understanding of treatment process will increase the efficiency of your treatment

Why choose us?

We have improved hundreds of smiles over the last 12 years. We are experienced providers of Invisalign and also Fixed braces. Our clinician holds postgraduate qualifications for Orthodontic treatment.The cost of your treatment includes all the diagnostic information , photos throughout the treatment , appointments for any adjustments to the brace and the option of a Fixed bonded retainer at the end of the treatment. You will also have included a follow up appointment at 2 months and 12 months after your treatment has completed


Invisalign

This is a system based on series of clear aligners, which look like transparent trays and fit snugly over your teeth. You wear each aligner for about 1 to 2 week and once your teeth have moved slightly you move onto the next one. You carry on with this process until your teeth reach the perfect alignment.

The main advantage of Invisalign is that you can take the aligners out in case you have an important event coming up and also to eat, drink and brush your teeth. So there is no need to avoid certain foods, you can eat what you like.
It also tends to be the most suitable option if you happen to travel a lot as you do not need as many appointments with your dentist during the process and it is easier to fit the treatment around your life.

The only possible disadvantage is that it required a certain level of commitment from you in terms of wearing the aligners for minimum of 20 hours per day. If you can comply with this, the treatment will definitely work.

Invisalign

INVISALIGN CASES

CASE 1

        

This treatment was carried out under Invisalign Lite. Treatment involved 14 aligners over 6 months.

CASE 2

     

This was a very straightforward case. Aligners were used to close the small gap between her teeth. Treatment time took 10 weeks.

CASE 3

     

This treatment was carried out over 7-8 months.  It involved a course of 14 aligners followed by a refinement of 5. In total used 19 aligners

CASE 4

     

This young lady was treated with Invisalign lite.
Treatment was complete with 14 aligners over 6 months.
A fixed bonded retainer was fitted to her lower incisors after treatment.

FIXED ORTHODONTICS – Damon

All Damon Braces use a modern technology which eliminates the need for elastic ties. Instead, an innovative clip system does the trick creating high quality results which require fewer extractions or expanders in most cases. It has several advantages over conventional braces that are still used in most orthodontic practices around the UK.

Damon Braces

CASE STUDIES

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