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  • Writer's pictureWinchester Orthodontics

Stealth straightening for teens

People go on and on about how important it is for adults to have braces that don’t show because having a face full of metal might like they look silly at work – but what about teens? Not everyone wants metal braces made to look cool with colourful elastics in the colours of their favourite football team. Some, and maybe that’s your kids, would rather die than have to weather the comments of ‘brace face’ and worse that insensitive peers can dish out so effortlessly.

If your child has got teeth that need an orthodontist in Hampshire, then bring them along to see us at Winchester Orthodontics. We have got a range of braces to deal with every alignment issue, and we have even got some that can be used without everyone at school having to know about it.

Who is your orthodontist in Hampshire?

Suzette Mulder is the woman who will be helping your kids to a lovely, straight smile. She has been working as an orthodontist in Hampshire for more than 10 years and has successfully treated more than 4,300 people in that time.

Suzette is very enthusiastic about orthodontics and right now, she is super happy about having the latest innovations from Invisalign at the practice.

If you have never heard of Invisalign, you may well think it should be spelled Invisaline. It makes more sense but align means to line up. Invisalign does a special range for teenagers, which has some additions just for them, such as black dots that fade over two weeks so that your forgetful teenager is reminded that it’s time to put in a new aligner.

Also, Invisalign has just introduced a new device to move the jaw at the same time as it moves the teeth, and that can eliminate the need for fixed appliances. Because it’s invisible, your kids are far more likely to wear it than the traditional twin block device, and that’s got to be a big plus.

If you want to find out more about how the orthodontist in Hampshire can help make your child’s smile beautiful, why not bring them in for a consultation?


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