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So you’d like straighter teeth?

How many years have you been putting up with teeth that aren’t straight? Are you planning to do that for the rest of your life, or might you consider at least coming and having a consultation with us at The Old Windsor Dental Practice in Berkshire to find out what needs to be done to straighten your teeth?

Straighter Teeth in BerkshireIf you grew up in the UK and made it through to adulthood without the dentist putting you forward for braces treatment on the National Health Service, chances are that your teeth are not that wildly out of alignment.

The best way to find out how severe your misalignment issues are is to come in to the clinic and get either our practice principal Utpalendu Bose, or our orthodontist Dr Emmett Hegarty take a look at your teeth. If your alignments really are severe, then you will probably need traditional metal braces to realign them. Metal braces are still the best way to correct severe issues. However, there are other devices that can be used to deal with mild to moderate alignment issues, and these tend to be far more discreet than metal braces.

Invisalign

One such device is Invisalign, which is a series of very thin, clear plastic aligners that look like mouth guards that you would put on at night to stop you grinding your teeth. However, Invisalign clear aligners have pressure points carefully built into them and when you put your aligners on over your teeth, the pressure points press on your teeth to get them to shift. You get a series of aligners and wear each one for 7-10 days and then move onto the next. It takes, on average, a year to realign the teeth with Invisalign. People love them because they are very hard to spot when they are in place, and also because they can take them out to eat food and to clean their teeth.

Not everyone can have Invisalign, so we also offer Incognito, which are just like metal braces except the brackets and wires are fitted to the tongue side of the teeth.

Come and find out what we can do to get you straighter teeth.