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    Orthodontics at The London Dental Studio

    At the London Dental Studio we offer a highly personalised service for teeth straightening, and options towards creating The Perfect Smile.

    With our wealth of experience in treating everything from the most simple cases to the most complex including craniofacial and facial deformity, we can help you find the treatment that is perfectly suited to your needs.

    Many of his patients have achieved the perfect smile in between 3 to 6 months. Patients with more complex problems can achieve a perfect smile in around 1 year.

    We take time to assess your needs and ensure you get the right orthodontic teeth straightening option


    Invisalign® aligners can give you the beautiful straight teeth you’ve always wanted. It works through a series of invisible, removable, and comfortable aligners that no one can tell you’re wearing. So you can smile more during treatment as well as after.

    • Invisalign® treatment consists of a series of aligners that you switch out every 2-3 weeks
    • Each aligner is individually manufactured with exact calculations to gradually shift your teeth into place
    • Since your Invisalign® system is custom-made for your teeth you will end up with a smile that truly fits
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    The Inman Aligner is a removable orthodontic appliance used to move front teeth into a straighter position. It can also be used to prepare the teeth for further treatments, such as veneers or dental bonding.

    • Effective Teeth Straightening 
    • Fast Orthodontic Improvement 
    • Removable Aligners
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    This orthodontic system uses metal-reinforced ceramic brackets to move teeth with predictable straightening results, in an almost unnoticeable manner. Fine-grained ceramic material is used in creating dome-like brackets for additional comfort.

    • Nearly Invisible
    • Predictable Teeth Straightening
    • Increased Patient Comfort 
    • Stain Resisting & Discolouration
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    Ceramic braces are similar in shape and size to conventional dental braces, but they have clear brackets that perfectly match the colour of the natural teeth. The wires can even be customised to be transparent, making the entire orthodontic system as discreet as possible. The ceramic material can also be less irritating the gums and soft mouth tissue compared to metal parts.

    Lingual braces are attached to the back portion of the teeth, offering discreet teeth straightening as no part of this orthodontic system can be seen. 

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    It is important that after any orthodontic treatment that we keep your teeth straight – this is called the retention phase and involves using dental retainers. These can be either a ‘Fixed Retainer’ or a ‘Hawley Retainer’. Find out more below


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    Frequently Asked Questions about Orthodontics:

    What is orthodontics?

    Orthodontics is a specialist area of dentistry. It is concerned with the development of the teeth and jaws and the correction of problems that occur with the tooth and jaw positions.

    What is the specialist list in orthodontics?

    A specialist in Orthodontics has completed at least three years of postgraduate study in Orthodontics after graduating as a dentist and obtained further training from the Royal College of Surgeons.

    His or her name will appear on the Specialist list of the General Dental Council.

    What is a Consultant in Orthodontics?

    A consultant in orthodontics is a specialist in orthodontics who has completed at least an extra 2 to 3 years of orthodontic training, in addition to their speciality training. This additional training enables them to develop the skills needed to treat the most complex orthodontic problems as well as enhancing their understanding of the orthodontic treatment overall. 

    When can a child begin orthodontics?

    Occasionally early treatment may begin at around 7-8 years of age for problems involving the positions of the jaws. Ideally 9-10 a child should see an orthodontist around 9 to 10 years to check on the development of the permanent teeth and sometime at this time orthodontics is started. The most common time to start orthodontic treatment is around 11 to 14 years of age when most of the permanent teeth have come into the mouth.

    Can adults have orthodontics?

    There is no age limit for orthodontics – it can be done at any time of life. You can never be too old to have treatment. If you have a complex problem we can work with your dentist and other dental specialists to achieve the perfect smile.

    Why do I need orthodontic treatment?

    As well as enabling you to have ‘The Perfect Smile’ Orthodontic treatment can also improve the function and health of your teeth and, in some cases, improve also the health of associated structures such as jaws and joints.

    How long does orthodontic treatment take?

    This depends on the problem to be treated. It can vary from a few months to 2 years. Many of our simpler orthodontic cases can complete the treatment in between 3 to 9 months.

    What types of braces are there?

    Fixed braces attached to the teeth can be placed on the front or the backs of the teeth. They can be made of steel, ceramic (tooth coloured) and gold. Functional appliances used in children to correct positions of the jaws are made of acrylic.

    Can braces be totally invisible?

    Yes, braces placed on the backs of the teeth (i.e. lingual braces) are totally invisible. Clear braces (aligners) are only slightly visible.

    What is a functional appliance?

    A type of brace used in children and adolescents to correct positions of the jaws while the child is growing.

    What is lingual orthodontics?

    Braces are placed on the backs/ inner surface of the teeth and are therefore totally invisible.

    What is 'invisalign'?

    Treatment with clear plastic aligners instead of fixed braces.

    These ‘Invisalign’ braces are barely visible.

    What is orthognathic surgery?

    Surgery on the jaws to correct the position of the jaws and improve the way in which the upper and lower teeth fit together.

    What is a retainer?

    After braces are removed the teeth must be kept straight while the bone and gums adapt to the new tooth position. Retainers can be removable or fixed (i.e. stuck to the backs of the teeth).