The simple way to straight and even teeth
Everyone would like to have straight, evenly spaced teeth, and not simply for aesthetic reasons. Crooked teeth or ones with gaps between them can also be more difficult to keep clean and may also be at greater risk of wear and damage when the bite doesn’t meet correctly.
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But there is a solution – orthodontics.
This is the use of braces to straighten and re-align teeth and is usually carried out on teenage patients, although more and more adults are also choosing to have it done today.
Your dentist will be able to let you know if this is a procedure that could be right for you and, if it is, will put together a personalised treatment plan for you. In most cases, the realignment process is a gradual one involving several stages as your teeth are gently eased back into line.
If you’re concerned that it will involve wearing an unsightly and uncomfortable series of braces through the process, don’t be. These days advances in orthodontics mean that braces are more discreet and lightweight than ever, and many are even clear making them difficult to spot.
So, the first step is to talk to us at Batley Carr Dental Practice to see if and how orthodontics could help you.