The way your teeth are positioned has an impact on your oral health. The aesthetic appeal of your smile also depends on how straight your teeth are. A wonky smile can be both visually undesirable and difficult to clean, leading to an increased risk of gum disease and tooth decay. At Weybridge Orthodontics, we offer a range of modern solutions for people seeking to realign their teeth in Weybridge. Orthodontics is a type of dentistry that can enhance your cosmetic appeal while it improves your dental health.
Why choose orthodontics in Weybridge?
Adjusting your dental alignment can be a comfortable experience. The user-friendly design and discreet construction of modern braces helps your treatment to stay hidden. When you come to our friendly practice to talk about orthodontics in Weybridge, we’ll get to know how you’d like to transform your teeth. We can then recommend the best methods of achieving your desires.
Focusing on the teeth at the front of your mouth, Six Month Smiles makes subtle but effective improvements. Because it moves your teeth a relatively small distance, it takes less time than the average realignment treatment, hence the name.
We can use Invisalign to achieve more complex dental movements. In this highly-customised procedure, you’ll wear a series of personalised aligners. Made of transparent plastic, these aligners fit neatly over your teeth. You wear a set of them for 7-10 days, before exchanging it for the next one in the series. You can take them out when it’s time to brush your teeth or eat some food. They’re a popular way to treat mild-to-moderate alignment issues.
Having orthodontics in Weybridge might mean wearing more traditional wire-and-bracket braces, attached to the front of your teeth. By using transparent and tooth-coloured materials, we can ensure your braces have a low visibility overall. We can even provide a treatment called Incognito, in which the braces are attached to the backs of your teeth.
Our aim in delivering orthodontics in Weybridge is to provide you with a highly effective treatment with minimal discomfort. While it might take a year or longer to improve your dental positioning, you’ll be enjoying the benefits for a long time after the treatment is over.