Advances within the industry from the BOC 0
As the orthodontic industry changes, especially with the uncertainty of the NHS contracts, practices are striving to finesse their processes. Over the past few years, we have seen the introduction of the intraoral scanners which negate the use of alginate and plastic impression trays. The overuse of plastic is a key topic in today’s news, so by investing in a digital scanner it can be our way of helping the environment.
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Welcome to Sara Hosni 0
@manchesterorthodontics and Northenden House Orthodontics are pleased to announce Sara Hosni’s return to the practice permanently as one of our associate orthodontists. Now a Consultant working at Salford Royal NHS Foundation Trust and Glan Clwyd Hospital, we are able to offer private consultations on a Tuesday from 9am until 7pm.
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How to keep your braces clean on holiday 0
If you’re going away soon to catch the last of the summer sun and want to know some tips on keeping your braces clean, whilst having fun on holiday then make sure to give this blog a read.
What are Functional braces? 0
Functional braces are one of the lesser known appliances on the market, which is why we’ve decided to write this blog to educate you on what they are best used for.
What kind of bite do you have: Underbite or Overbite? 0
While you may think that every bite is the same, having a misaligned jaw is actually quite common. You can usually tell when your top and bottom teeth don’t meet in the middle when you bite down. This is called an overbite or underbite.