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Orthodontics

Orthodontics

Private Orthodontics for Teeth Straightening in London

At Museum Dental Suites, our private orthodontist in London offers the latest orthodontic treatment, helps to achieve a perfect smile both for adults and children. Orthodontic techniques involves straightening or moving teeth, to improve both their appearance and how they work. It is also useful for the long-term health of the teeth, gum and jaw joints, by spreading the biting pressure over all the teeth and lessening any crowding in your mouth. We cater to a wide patient base covering Central London and nearby areas and committed to provide them with high-quality service at affordable price.

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What is Orthodontics?

Orthodontics is a unique branch of dentistry that resolves as well as prevents issues related to irregularities of the jaws and the teeth. Typical orthodontic treatments rely on specially designed braces to correct your oral condition. An orthodontist is a dentist, who possesses expertise and specialisation on orthodontic dentistry or orthodontics. After completing the standard curriculum at a dental school, the professional masters the necessary skills and knowledge to diagnose, treat and prevent every type of irregularities related to the teeth, jaws and the face. Orthodontic dentistry simultaneously caters to both aesthetic and functional aspects and relies on correct aligning and straightening of your teeth.

Common causes that lead to orthodontic problems

Apart from genetic factor, our orthodontist identifies the following causes that are likely to trigger orthodontic issues externally:

  • Thumb sucking
  • Gum or tooth decay
  • Trauma or accidents
  • Premature loss of the baby teeth
  • Crowded teeth
  • Irregularly positioned teeth
  • Having extra or missing teeth

Benefits of orthodontics

  • Improved appearance with straighter teeth.
  • self-esteem and confidence.
  • To prevent excessive wear on certain teeth not contacting properly with the opposing arch.
  • Freedom from jaw/joint pain.
  • Improved ability to clean one’s teeth and avoid tooth decay and periodontal disease.
  • Establish a healthy foundation for the replacement of missing teeth or other restorative dental work.
  • Improved facial shape and profile.

Range of orthodontic treatment available at our clinic

We specialise in offering short-term orthodontic treatments for your whole family which includes Inman Aligners, Cfast, Short-term orthodontic braces and Invisalign.

Inman Aligners - This offers the fastest method of treatment (Between 6-16 weeks), whereby the inman aligners is removable for eating and drinking and the device is more discreet than conventional braces.

Cfast - Technology has been developed to straighten teeth differently - allowing Cfast braces for a fast, safe and affordable solution.

Short-term orthodontic braces – Our 6 month smile braces utilises specialised clear braces to gently straighten and align teeth in an average time of just six months.

Invisalign Braces – We offer the clinically proven invisalign braces treatment, the almost invisible way to provide teeth straightening.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) about Orthodontics

Am I old for undergoing orthodontic treatments?

The recent technology behind orthodontics treatment has improved to a great extent with several options available from where you can select. Hence, you are never very old to perform this treatment.

When do I need to take my child for orthodontic treatments?

The right age is between 7 to 9 years. However, it is always good to take them for a check-up immediately after the problem has been found.

What should I expect during my first visit at the clinic?

We will examine a patient carefully, provide complete report by summarising all the problems along with treatment plans and costs associated with it.

How long will I have to perform the treatment?

Different orthodontic treatments will have different time frame. The amount of time needed can be confirmed only after you undergo a thorough examination from the doctors at the clinic. The treatment should last for 12 to 18 months, on an average. However, there are short term options available for less severe cases.

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