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Clear Braces

Braces improve your smile by gently pushing teeth into their correct alignment and clear braces have revolutionised teeth straightening so you can smile more during treatment as well as afterwards.

Correctly aligned teeth can resolve issues such as gum disease, headaches, facial and jaw pain because many of these issues arise because it is more difficult to clean misaligned teeth.

We offer a range of popular clear brace solutions including:

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In some cases we can straighten crooked teeth in just two visits. Call 01752 663 239 or email [email protected] to arrange an appointment and find out which solution is best suited to your budget and timescale.

FAQ's

What will I look like with the clear braces in?

Clear Braces are designed to have minimal disruption to everyday life. The clear braces used are not bulky and will have minimal disruption to your appearance. Some patients have said that they went through treatment without anyone noticing.

Are there restrictions on what I can eat during treatment?

Unlike traditional orthodontic braces, consisting of wires and brackets, you are able to eat most things during treatment. Naturally your teeth may be a little sensitive during treatment, so we recommend you avoid eating "hard" materials. You will remove your clear braces when it comes to eating, so you will be to consume your favourite foods or drinks. Good oral hygiene is key and we recommend you brush and floss your teeth after each meal before re-inserting your aligner.

How often will I need to wear my aligners (clear braces)?

You need to wear your aligners (clear braces) at all times during treatment apart from when eating, brushing or flossing teeth. The more you wear them the treatment quicker the treatment can take to complete. We recognise that you will want to remove them for special occasions or important meetings, but they should be replaced as soon as practicably possible.

Are aligners (clear braces) painful?

Some patients may experience temporary, minor discomfort for the first few days at the beginning of each new stage of the treatment. This is completely normal for all orthodontic treatment and is actually a sign that the clear braces are working.  As your teeth gradually move, any slight discomfort typically goes after a few days. On rare occasions, patients may resort to an over the counter painkiller such as paracetamol or ibruprofen.  Always read the patient information leaflet that comes with your medicine and if you have any questions, ask your pharmacist for advice.

In some cases we can straighten crooked teeth in just two visits. Call 01752 663 239 or email [email protected] to arrange an appointment and find out which solution is best suited to your budget and timescale.