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Orthodontics is the treatment of crooked or misaligned teeth. This treatment process often carried out with braces, can be used to treat problems such as overcrowding, crooked or protruding teeth, and problems with the bite of the teeth. We have a range of orthodontic braces to treat all manner of conditions and to suit different budgets. With 10 months interest free credit, our orthodontic treatments start from just £200 per month.
All orthodontic consultations will start with a discussion about what you hope to achieve with orthodontic braces. Our orthodontics team are highly experienced and treating a range of problems.
If you are looking for a comfortable and convenient way of straightening your teeth then Invisalign might be the answer. This innovative orthodontics treatment uses almost invisible aligners which can be removed when eating or brushing your teeth. Book a consultation with us today to assess your suitability to the Invisalign orthodontic braces treatment. Find Out More.
If you feel like your smile is holding you back and you want results fast, the innovative new orthodontics offered by the Quick Straight Teeth plan could be ideal for you. There are discreet treatment options available, and you could see results in as little as 6-9 months – perfect if you’re hoping to fix a minor orthodontic problem before a big event like your wedding. Click here to find out if Quick Straight Teeth could work for you.
Curious to know if orthodontic braces could work for you? You don’t even need to visit the practice, simply send us a picture of your smile for a consultation from Gavin Laidlaw.
Although fitting braces shouldn’t be a painful process, it is normal for them to be uncomfortable and to cause mild pain during the first 1-2 weeks. This is because your teeth need to get used to the new pressure that’s being put on them in order to shift them to their new position. You can manage any discomfort with painkillers and should find that your symptoms ease and your teeth begin to settle after a week or two.
Braces are relatively straightforward, but there are some things you should avoid doing to prevent damage being caused to the braces, which include:
Your orthodontist in Warrington will be able to advise you during your consultation on the best ways to maintain your braces.
The process of getting braces fitted is usually fairly simple and doesn’t always require much in the way of preparation. However, sometimes teeth will need to be extracted in order for braces to be fitted, or you may require other treatments first if your oral health isn’t at its best. It is worth noting, however, that we will always try to avoid removing teeth if we can, and this will usually only be done if there’s severe overcrowding.
There is no universal set time for orthodontics in Warrington, and the amount of time your braces will take to work will largely depend on the severity of your condition. For example, if you have a very misaligned or wonky smile, your treatment is likely to take much longer than someone with relatively aligned teeth that just require some small shifts.
Your orthodontist will be able to give you a clearer idea of exactly how long your braces treatment is likely to take during your initial consultation.