Orthodontic Dentist

Are you unhappy with how your teeth appear? Would you like to enjoy the benefits that teeth straightening offer? Many Brits hide their smiles because they think teeth straightening treatment is expensive and time-consuming. Well, here is something that will make you smile. Teeth straightening, carried out be our trained orthodontic dentist, is gaining in popularity and is now seen as a speedy and cost-effective way of gaining perfect straight teeth.

Our orthodontic dentists perform the best teeth straightening treatment in Stoke-on-Trent. If you would like to speak to a member of our team, call 01782 848704.

How is space created to move teeth if they are crowded?

Correct teeth alignment may mean our orthodontic dentist has to create some space to move the teeth by using IPR (interpoximal reduction).

What is IPR (inteproximal reduction)?

Interproximal reduction (IPR) is a quick and easy procedure where an orthodontic dentist uses some very precise tools, similar to thin nail files, to change the shape and size of your teeth, primarily on the sides where they touch each other.



How long does the teeth straightening treatment take?

This depends on the type of appliance used and the severity of your case. Teeth straightening can take anywhere between 14 weeks and two years to complete. Our orthodontic dentist will give you a better idea of time frames once you have been to see us for a consultation.

What happens at the end of the treatment?

You will usually need to wear a retainer to stop your teeth from drifting back to their original position. Retainers are either fixed or removable. Fixed retainers are very thin wires glued to the back of the teeth. Removable retainers are like thin custom made mouth guards which you need to wear for a number of hours each day.

For more information on our teeth straightening treatment at Grosvenor Dental Practice, or to book a free no obligation consultation, call the team on 01782 848708, or click here to send an online request.

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