Teeth Straightening & Alignment
For Healthy, Confident Smiles
Many people experience problems with the alignment and position of their teeth, which can affect their confidence to talk and smile, cause them problems with biting and chewing, and affect their ability to keep their teeth clean and healthy. We can provide gentle, individual teeth straightening at our practices in Coventry and Kettering for both adult and younger patients.
Advice & Recommendations
If you or your child wish to find out more about straightening your teeth, the first step is to speak to your dentist who will carry out a full assessment of your mouth, answering any questions you may have. They will then be able to make recommendations based on your individual requirements and circumstances.
There are a variety of options available when it comes to straightening your teeth. The braces we can consider are fixed or removable appliances that are made for each patient, depending on their needs. Your dentist will be able to outline your individual treatment plan, length of treatment and the cost of the suitable options.
Many people are familiar with the more traditional fixed braces, where brackets are firmly attached to the teeth and are connected by a wire which is tightened over time to move the teeth into place. Modern developments mean the brackets and wires are now much more discreet and subtle, and your dentist can explain your choices for each element.
Alternatively, we may recommend you consider a removable brace, which uses a combination of wires and springs, or retainer trays, to reposition the teeth using gentle pressure. Regardless of the straightening treatment, it is important to keep your teeth clean and healthy, so we recommend regular dental hygiene to look after your teeth and brace.
Want to find out more about getting the straight smile you’ve always wanted? Speak to the team to find out more and book an appointment.
“In 3 months I have a transformed smile, I’m so happy with my new smile, amazing service thank you all so much.”