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what will happen?
- We'll sit down with you to discuss why you would like orthodontic treatment and how we can achieve your goals.
- Our Treatment Coordinator will assess your teeth by taking photos that allow us to determine exactly what level of treatment you'll benefit from most. We can even use our scans to show you a free smile simulation of what your future smile could look like after treatment.
- Once we have decided the best treatment option for you, we will give you a quote and provide you with information on how to fit your orthodontic treatment into your lifestyle. For example, we can set you up with Dental Monitoring which enables us to track the progress of your treatment via your smartphone.
How much will it cost?
Absolutely nothing! Your first appointment, including any photos we take, is free of charge. You are not obligated to continue with treatment after this free consultation.
We would love to answer your questions
Here are some answers to the most commonly asked questions about orthodontic treatment. If your question isn’t answered below, we would be more than happy to answer it at your free consultation with us.
Orthodontics is a specialist area of dentistry which focuses on improving the appearance and alignment of the teeth and jaw. We can correct malocclusion (bad bites) and your facial profile using treatments such as braces and aligners. Orthodontists have all trained to be dentists, and have then undertaken further specialist postgraduate studies in order to practice in this field.
An orthodontist is a qualified dentist who has gone on to study in the field of orthodontics through multiple years of postgraduate schooling. While both an orthodontist and a dentist are trained to treat patients for dental requirements (such as fillings and overall oral health), an orthodontist concentrates on correcting the misalignment of teeth and jaws as well as ensuring overall facial symmetry.
Yes. It is important for you to continue your regular dentist appointments throughout orthodontic treatment. This is so that your teeth can be checked for decay and your gums examined for signs of disease.
Having your orthodontic appliance fitted is not painful. It is common to have slightly tender teeth for a few days after fitting and adjustment appointments. This discomfort can usually be treated by over-the-counter pain relief, such as Ibuprofen or Paracetamol.
Orthodontic treatment time varies according to the type of treatment and the complexity of your unique case. There is no one-size-fits-all answer, because each patient is different. On average, orthodontic treatment tends to take somewhere between 12-36 months. When you come in for your consultation, we’ll outline what treatment we think you would most benefit from and indicate how long your bespoke plan will take.
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