Ask the orthodontist in Hampshire

Have you been wondering about getting your teeth straightened? Are they a right mess? Or are they just a tiny bit out of whack and you are not sure whether getting them straightened is worth the hassle? Whatever your questions around teeth straightening, the best thing to do is to find an orthodontist in Hampshire and ask them.

Orthodontist in HampshireBut that could cost a fortune, right? After all, no one who has spent so many years in training and now runs a business, and we all know what the costs of running a business are like in Hampshire, is going to be giving their time away for free, right? Well, wrong, actually. You can come and see Dr Suzette Mulder, a highly experienced orthodontist in Hampshire at Winchester Orthodontics, and your initial consultation will be absolutely free. Yes, free! It’s not often you get something for nothing these days, especially from someone who has completed more than 4,300 orthodontic cases. So, book yourself in.

When you come and see Suzette, she will be able to give you a good idea of what needs to be done to align your teeth and a rough idea of how long it will take. Hampshire Orthodontics offers a range of appliances, from the kind that are used to sort out complex and severe issues to the ones that are known as cosmetic braces.

Cosmetic braces from the orthodontist in Hampshire are used to treat teeth that are out of alignment that are not causing pain or other medical issues. These are the mild to moderate misalignments, the slight twists, leans and cross-overs, which don’t look great but don’t really stop you eating or talking clearly.

Invisalign

These are one of our most popular devices for treating cosmetic alignment issues. Sometimes misspelled as Invisaline, these are see-through plastic mouth guard-like devices. You wear a series of them and they slowly move your teeth into alignment with built-in pressure points. They are popular because they are so hard to see, you take them out to eat and drink and keeping your teeth clean with them is a doddle.