What is wrong with my teeth?

What is wrong with my teeth?

With many different types of malocclusion (bad bite), orthodontists use universal terms to communicate with each other in order to provide the best possible care for all patients. To find out how we can correct your bad bite book a consultation with our specialist orthodontists at our High Wycombe, Beaconsfield or Ealing clinic.

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Problems that can be found on x-rays?

Problems that can be found on x-rays?

X-rays are used to investigate problems with the jaws and teeth which can not be physically seen just by looking in the mouth. X-rays are taken at consultations when necessary so that the orthodontist can create the best treatment plan for each patient. To find out what treatment plan would be best for you contact us today for a consultation in High Wycombe, Beaconsfield or Ealing.

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Crowded teeth & a bad bite can affect more than appearance

Crowded teeth & a bad bite can affect more than appearance

Orthodontic treatment can not only improve the appearance of the smile but it also makes it easier to keep teeth clean helping to prevent tooth decay and gum disease. All patients are educated in the importance of good tooth hygiene. Find out how you can look after your teeth by contacting us for a consultation in our High Wycombe, Beaconsfield, or Ealing clinics.

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How braces can move teeth

How braces can move teeth

The movement of teeth during orthodontic treatment is a gradual process where ligaments are stretched then new bone grows supporting the tooth’s new position. To find out more contact us at any of our clinics in High Wycombe, Beaconsfield or Ealing.

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