Teeth Straightening using ‘Quick Straight Teeth’ at Shiremoor Dental Practice
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Shiremoor Dental Practice, based in North Tyneside just outside Newcastle upon Tyne, now carries out teeth straightening using invisible braces which give a much shorter treatment time.
If you are embarrassed that your teeth are not straight, or you have large gaps between your teeth, modern orthodontics (teeth straightening) now offers a range of solutions. Also known as discreet or invisible braces, teeth can be straightened and smiles aligned in a matter of months with excellent aesthetic results.
Invisible braces are a popular choice with adults who have professional careers and don’t feel comfortable wearing unsightly ‘train track’ braces for months on end. The technology behind invisible orthodontics is highly advanced and often gives patients a much shorter treatment time, depending on their individual cases. Some systems are completely removable, allowing you to take the aligners out when eating or drinking. Other systems have clear brackets and tooth coloured wire, making them hardly noticeable.
All orthodontic treatment requires good oral hygiene habits by the patient and regular visits to the practice for check-ups and adjustments.
How much does it cost?
Compared to other orthodontic treatments Quick Straight Teeth is one of the most cost effective. This is due to the shorter treatment time required. Prices can start from as little as £1499.00 which includes the brace, a retainer and teeth whitening. For patients who would like to proceed with further treatment we offer competitive prices and also a selection of affordable finance options.
Does it hurt?
As with many orthodontic treatments you may notice some slight discomfort, particularly when initially fitted or tightened. This is completely normal and can be eased with over the counter painkillers.
What sort of aftercare will I need?
It is recommended that you wear a retainer following treatment to stop your teeth from relapsing to their original position.