As one of Jennifer’s patients, you can be assured that your treatment plan is highly individualised and tailored to your specific needs. As much time as necessary will be taken to outline the duration and cost of your treatment, which will be based on the severity of your orthodontic issues and the chosen treatment method. During treatment Jennifer will review the progress that has been made and discuss with you the next steps ensuring the best possible experience as we straighten your teeth.
At the end of your treatment, all patients receive comprehensive guidance on aftercare, to assist in the provision and maintenance of improved oral health and hygiene.
If you or someone you know is considering orthodontic treatment, please contact St Paul’s Dental Care to schedule a confidential pre-treatment consultation. This will allow Jennifer to assess your specific needs and recommend the most suitable treatment options.
Benefits of Private Orthodontic Treatment.
- Aesthetic. Clear or invisible options for improving the appearance of your teeth are available to you.
- No waiting. Your treatment can start almost straight away.
- Time flexibility. Evening clinic with with after school and work appointments available to fit treatment around your other commitments.
Orthodontic treatments available include:
Metal or Ceramic (clear) Braces: These are the most traditional and well-known orthodontic appliances. Braces consist of brackets attached to the teeth and wires that are adjusted over time to gradually move the teeth into their desired positions. Ceramic braces are clear and blend in with your teeth to make them less visible.
Clear Aligners: These are a more discreet alternative to traditional braces. Clear aligners, such as Invisalign or Spark, are a series of transparent, removable trays that gradually shift the teeth into proper alignment.
Lingual Braces: These are completely invisible braces which are placed behind your teeth to straighten them without anyone seeing them.
Functional Appliances: These appliances are often used to modify the growth of the jaws in growing children to correct skeletal discrepancies and improve bite relationships.
Retainers: After active orthodontic treatment, retainers are used to ensure your teeth stay straight and prevent your teeth from shifting back to their original positions .