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Orthodontist LONDON

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Orthodontics is a specialty of dentistry that deals with the diagnosis, prevention and correction of malpositioned teeth and jaws. It is used to improve the appearance and alignment of crooked, protruding or crowded teeth, and to correct problems with the bite of the teeth.

Lingual Braces- Incognito

Incognito braces are an advanced generation of brace that is hidden discreetly on the back of the teeth, not on the front like conventional ‘train tacks’. This allows people to go about their daily routine without feeling self-conscious because their braces are virtually invisible from the outside.

Incognito braces are suitable for all age groups – children, adolescents and adults who want to correct their tooth position.
The brace is custom made for each patient to maximise comfort and ensure precise results, this is achieved by using the latest computer technology when creating the brace. Incognito braces are fitted by over 700 fully qualified and trained orthodontists registered across the UK and Ireland. Costs vary depending upon individual needs.
A registered orthodontist will be able to advise on individual treatment needs following an initial consultation.
Interceptive Orthodontics

It consists in the practice of treating malocclusions once they are detected in an attempt to avoid adult malocclusion.

According to the American Academy of Orthodontics, all children should be brought to the dentist for proper orthodontic assessment by age 7 when the first set of permanent molars had erupted.
Treating children at much earlier ages, say between 7 to 11 years, will take advantage of the child’s continuing growth and they are more compliant and receptive with treatment at this age.
Growth is utilized to correct developmental occlusion problems. Staging the treatment can correct immediate problems and future issues.
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  • expansion of the upper jaw to eliminate a crossbite
  • expansion of one or both jaws to create space for overly crowded teeth
  • early removal of specific baby teeth to facilitate the proper eruption of permanent teeth
  • maintaining space for permanent teeth after the premature loss of a baby tooth
  • reducing the protrusion of upper incisors to decrease the likelihood of fracture from trauma
Early orthodontic treatment may prevent serious problems from developing and may make treatment at a later stage shorter and less complicated. Early treatment gives your orthodontist the chance to:

  • guide jaw growth to create facial symmetry
  • lower the risk of trauma to protruded front teeth
  • correct harmful oral habits
  • improve appearance and self-esteem
  • guide permanent teeth into a more favorable position
  • improve the way lips meet
  • create room for crowded, erupting teeth
  • preserving space for un-erupted teeth
  • reducing the need for tooth removal
  • reducing treatment time
Interceptive Orthodontics

When interceptive orthodontics is performed there is usually more than one phase of treatment. Phase two will start when all the permanent teeth have erupted at the age of 12 – 14 years. Going through phases allows for the second phase to be shorter in duration, since the major corrections happened in the interceptive orthodontics phase.

Orthodontics is not just for improving the appearance of the smile. Orthodontic treatment improves malocclusions that occur due to tooth or jaw misalignment. Malocclusions affect the way you smile, chew, clean your teeth or even the way you feel about your smile. Recent studies have shown that malocclusions left untreated can result in problems as we age. Crowded teeth are much more difficult to brush and floss which may contribute to tooth decay and periodontal disease.

Protruding teeth are more susceptible to accidental chipping. Crossbites can result in unfavorable growth and uneven tooth wear. Openbites can result in tongue-thrusting habits and speech impediments.

Contact us to have your kids’ teeth checked and to ensure a proper tooth and bone growth.