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A Short Guide to keeping your Braces Clean 0

Cleaning braces

Before we get into cleaning braces, let’s discuss what they actually are.

What are braces?

Brace treatment involves using appliances to straighten crooked, crowded or protruding teeth, close gaps between teeth and correct the bite. There are a variety of different orthodontic braces available some of which are fixed, located on the outside or the inside of the teeth, and some that are removable.

Which is Better: Metal Braces or Ceramic Braces 0

Metal Braces or Ceramic Braces

Thanks to modern technology and experts in the field, orthodontic patients can choose from a range of brace appliances.

But with so many options available, we understand it can also be a little confusing for patients. That’s why we’ve created this short blog to help you understand the pros and cons of metal braces and ceramic braces.

How to speed up the orthodontics process 0

orthodontics

Orthodontics can fulfil your dream of a straight and aligned smile. But it’s not just the job of your orthodontic consultant to get you that perfect smile, you also play a part. If you don’t take care of your teeth and braces properly, you could slow down the progress of your new smile. Neglecting good oral care could lead to gum disease and tooth decay.

The Benefits of Early Orthodontics Treatment 0

Early Orthodontics Treatment benefits

It’s best to spot any problems within your child's developing mouth early so you can start treatment sooner before they turn into long term problems. Early prevention also means you can access treatment on the NHS, making it a much more affordable option for families.

Can I get Braces for Free? 0

Braces Cost | Can You Get It Free? | Northenden House Orthodontics

Orthodontic treatment is a life changing process that can not only alter your physical appearance but it also has a bunch of health positives too. Straight teeth and correct jaw alignment can allow for better chewing and digestion of food while also easing pressure on your teeth, gums and jaw muscles.

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