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Will Invisalign affect my speech? 0

Invisalign Braces | Effects On Speech | Northenden House Orthodontics

The Invisalign aligners are clear plastic which is why they are virtually invisible, they are also removable making it less hassle when it comes to eating and drinking. Our patients love Invisalign as they are comfortable to wear and they love how they do not have to sacrifice their diet for the treatment. 

How does Invisalign Technology Work? 0

Invisalign Braces | Northenden House Orthodontics

Invisalign is one of the newest orthodontic technologies in the market, but it is still improving all the time. It works by using a series of clear aligners that gradually move the teeth into position. Invisalign works in this way to create a gradual movement of the teeth that will achieve the best alignment and a perfect smile. But how does it work? 

How can braces affect your facial structure? 0

Adult Braces | Northenden House Orthodontics

When we place a brace on the teeth it will straighten the teeth and move them into the position we are hoping to achieve. But it’s also important to note that you can get some beneficial changes of profile and the position of the upper and lower lips from the realignment of your teeth.

How expensive is Invisalign treatment? 0

Invisalign Braces | Northenden House Orthodontics

Invisalign is growing in popularity throughout society as a whole. Many people in the public eye are turning to Invisalign treatment because of its discreet nature. However, it’s not just those in the public eye that are wanting Invisalign but many others who feel the clear, discreet appearance of Invisalign aligners is better suited to a modern lifestyle. 

Can my child have Invisible braces on the NHS? 0

 Invisible braces

If you feel that you or your child are unhappy with how their teeth look or function your first port of call is your dentist.  If you don’t have a dentist we would recommend registering with one locally so you are able to attend for regular examinations.  Your dentist will then be able to discuss your concerns and identify whether it is an issue that can be corrected by an orthodontist or not.  

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