Most people prefer invisible braces because of their cosmetic appeal, but there are also many health advantages associated with them. With invisible braces, patients can quickly and safely achieve the straighter smile they have always wanted while also enhancing their oral health. Straight teeth reduce the risk of various oral health problems, such as tooth […]
The positioning of the teeth is an important factor in a person’s oral health. A misaligned bite can put strain on the jaw. A crooked smile can be difficult to keep properly clean, leading to an increased risk of tooth decay and gum disease. Having braces in Garforth will improve dental positioning so a person’s
Some adults dream of straight teeth but are put off because they do not want to be seen wearing unsightly, visible, metal wires and bands for months. It doesn’t have to be that way. Advances in dentistry in recent years means it is even easier to get a better-looking smile through the use of clear
Braces are an effective way to treat badly aligned teeth. Having wonky teeth is a common problem, one that affects a large portion of the population. Types of braces range from fixed and metal to out of sight and almost invisible. In places like Beaconsfield, clear braces are improving the dental health of many patients.
Time was, teeth straightening was associated with adolescence. Many a 1980s and 90s teenager had to suffer the indignity of conspicuous metal train tracks strewn across their teeth and taunts of ‘brace face’ at school. As dental technology has advanced in the last 20-30 years, braces have become more lightweight, more discreet and in some
Orthodontists are specially trained in the mechanics of moving teeth to improve their alignment and position into the mouth. Orthodontics is a distinct category of dentistry and the creation of a customised smile can mean the difference between a straight and healthy smile and a smile that truly dazzles. In recent years, the dental industry
Traditionally, teeth straightening has been associated with children and teenagers. Over the years, an increasing number of adults are looking into ways to improve their crooked teeth and bite problems. However, adult patients are less likely to enjoy the idea of wearing brackets and wires. Luckily, dentistry has drastically improved and there are now more