Straightening your teeth will improve your dental function and appearance. Plus, with fewer hard-to-clean spaces in your mouth in which bacteria can accumulate, it’ll be easier to keep a high standard of oral hygiene. Braces in North London are designed to be comfortable and discreet. At Denchic Dental Spa, we offer a variety of contemporary braces and aligners that will efficiently enhance the positions of your teeth.
Why have braces in North London?
Badly-positioned teeth have an ongoing impact on your dental hygiene. As well as this, they can cause long-term dissatisfaction with your appearance. In the past, many people avoided straightening their teeth because of concerns about the social and physical discomforts associated with braces. Nowadays, we can provide user-friendly realignment appliances that dramatically improve your teeth while remaining well-hidden.
Types of North London braces
At your initial consultation, you can tell us how you’d like to realign your teeth, while we assess your oral health. We’ll then talk you through the most suitable methods of achieving the improvements you want.
For the teeth at the front of your mouth, Six Month Smiles might be the best process. This uses lightweight wires and brackets to change the positions of your teeth. Treatment time is relatively short because it makes minor adjustments.
Alternatively, Invisalign might be a better option. This innovative treatment requires you to wear a series of transparent plastic aligners, precisely shaped to fit snugly over your teeth. You’ll wear a set of these appliances for 7-10 days before moving on to the next set in the series. Each new set of aligners is a slightly different shape, so your teeth will be gently pressured into better positions over 12-18 months. You can take the aligners out of your mouth when you need to eat a meal or brush your teeth.
Another type of removable braces in North London is the Inman Aligner. Like Six Month Smiles, this focuses on the front teeth. It uses spring-loaded aligner bars to apply the necessary pressure to your teeth. After a short period of realignment, it then functions as a retainer, ensuring the teeth stay in their improved positions.