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With so many orthodontic treatment options available now, choosing the right one can be a hard decision to make.
If your dentist recommends orthodontic treatment, should you accept or get a second opinion from an orthodontist?
Beauty might be in the eye of the beholder but there are some components of a smile that most people find attractive.
Orthodontic treatment can change your face shape as well as the smile. Here we look at how your face and smile measure up.
An orthodontist is a specialist with an additional three years of university study after a dentistry degree. Find out why you should use an orthodontist rather than a dentist.
The symptoms of sleep apnoea can be improved with orthodontics and surgery depending on the type of apnoea and level of severity.
For anyone who is self-conscious about how they will look with metal braces, lingual braces is an appealing option.
There is more to orthodontics than just improving a patient’s smile.
Seeing years of hard work lost through teeth moving after braces have been removed is heart-breaking for the patient and their orthodontist. See what you can do to reduce the risk.
There are plenty of reasons why you should take your child to an orthodontic consultation earlier rather than later. Read on to find out why it’s best to go before the age of 10.
Taking your child to the orthodontist before they have lost all of their baby teeth seems odd to some parents but for some problems a better outcome can be achieved with early treatment.
Today’s orthodontic patients have choices that patients of 20 years ago didn’t have. Now the multiple options mean patients need to work through the pros and cons with their orthodontist to choose what is right for them. Clear aligners and braces both have their pros and cons which we will examine here.