Here at Cliftonville we offer several different options for treating misaligned, crowded and protruding teeth. You can read about each one in more detail below…
Invisalign is the aesthetically-friendly treatment that straightens your teeth using a set of clear aligners, barely visible to the eye. The aligners are custom made to fit your teeth and are designed to be comfortable and cause minimal interruption to your daily routine. Invisalign aligners are removable, so you can carry on enjoying the foods you love. You will need to wear a retainer after treatment so that your teeth do not move out of position. Further advantages of Invisalign include being an effective option for adults and children (Invisalign Teen is also available) as well as being designed to help you maintain an effective oral hygiene regime.
The Inman alinger is a revolutionary orthodontic system that can transform crowded or protruding front teeth over a matter of weeks and you can remove it and replace it any any point. The aligner applies gentle pressure to the teeth that need to be moved – once the teeth have been moved into a desired position, you will be given a discreet retainer that will hold them in place, preventing them from moving back into their original position.
Six Month Smiles
Six Month Smiles is the revolutionary braces treatment that can rectify cosmetic issues with crowding, spacing, overbite and underbite in 6 months. Although the treatment does not solve any fundamental cosmetic issues You can read a full blog about Six Month Smiles here.
Why have orthodontic treatment?
Crowded, protruding, misaligned or misplaced teeth can leave you feeling very self- conscious about your appearance and many adults used to put off having treatment because of the stigma surrounding treatment for adults. However, in 2017 1 in 5 people seeking treatment is now an adult and braces in the workplace are a lot more conventional than in previous years. Orthodontic treatment can also help to correct significant bite issues and health problems caused by teeth being where they shouldn’t.
If you would like more information about orthodontic treatment options here at Cliftonville, please do not hesitate to contact us.