Smile with confidence with help from an orthodontist in Hampshire
Straighter teeth bring health benefits at any age, with the added bonus of aesthetics worth smiling about. Modern dentistry means teeth straightening has moved beyond traditional fixed metal braces. A wealth of new technologies are now available to meet your unique needs.
At Winchester Orthodontics in Hampshire, our specialist orthodontist is on hand to guide you through all of the options available. With our knowledge and experience, you can rest assured that the most appropriate treatment will be made available to you.
Exploring your options
With so many types of braces to choose from, it’s well worth arranging a consultation with our orthodontist in Hampshire. For now, here’s a quick rundown of some of the main teeth straightening solutions available at our friendly and welcoming practice:
Fixed metal braces: Traditional metal braces, comprising metal brackets and wires, are a reliable and cost effective solution for crooked, crowded and spaced out teeth. With Damon metal braces, the brackets used are smaller than with traditional metal braces. What’s more, low friction forces are used for greater comfort.
Fixed clear braces: Damon clear braces are just as effective as their metal counterparts but use clear brackets for a subtler look.
Lingual braces: This fixed braces system uses brackets attached to the backs of your teeth. To ensure a good fit, every bracket is custom-made for each tooth. These hidden braces are one of the most discreet teeth straightening solutions available.
Invisible braces: Invisalign technology – sometimes mistakenly spelt Invisaline – uses a series of clear acrylic aligners to gradually nudge your teeth into place. Hard to spot on your teeth and easy to take off when eating or brushing, Invisalign braces are an attractive option for those wanting minimal impact on their lifestyle.
An investment worth making
Call or email us today to arrange a consultation with our orthodontist in Hampshire. Together you can find the right braces for you, which means you’ll have the chance to enjoy a healthier smile and improved dental health. With straighter teeth being easier to clean, you will be less likely to encounter tooth decay and gum disease. So invest in braces today and spend less time at the dentist later.