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Straightening teeth can be expensive. We understand that you will want to have all of the options available to you, so that you can make an informed decision. You also need to know the consequences of certain decisions, so that you can ascertain what is best for you and your family.

You need to have all of this information given to you in a professional, yet understanding and non-judgemental way. We don’t want you to feel pressured into making a decision or forced into choosing one device over another. We simply want to give you advice when you need it and lay out the bare facts, so that you can fully comprehend the result of your actions when it comes to the health of your smile.

Boston Orthodontics Marylebone can provide you with rounded, informed advice so that you don’t feel like you are second guessing a decision or unsure of your next step. We can guide you through the process with every factor of your lifestyle taken into account, so that you can feel confident that your teeth straightening device is the right one for you.

How many devices are there these days?

There are many different ways in which orthodontics Marylebone can help you to achieve your oral health goals. From removable, invisible aligners to fixed braces, when looking for orthodontics Marylebone we can find the right device for your smile and lifestyle.

If you have a mild or moderate dental alignment issue which needs rectifying, quite common in teenagers and adults, then the range of options is varied. You can choose flexible, removable aligners which can suit your lifestyle and are very discreet.

You simply need to ensure that you are committed to wearing them for the prescribed amount of time every day, in order to achieve those expected results. The ball is in your court with these aligners and you are free to go as quickly or as slowly as you like with them.

Generally, you wear these aligners for at least 20 hours every day for 2 weeks before moving up to the next set. Over the course of several months, your teeth are gently pushed into their correct alignment.

After the treatment is over, it is important that you wear a retainer for some length of time to make sure your teeth stay in their altered position. Ligaments have a tendency to snap back to their previous position, so it is important to remind them with a retainer to stay where they are until they have relaxed into this new, corrected position.

A fixed device is for more complex cases generally, as a dentist will have more control over the movement of your teeth. If your condition is mild, there is nothing stopping you from enjoying the benefits that fixed devices have to offer. Again, we will discuss with you the advantages and disadvantages of choosing different devices for your personal dental condition.

We are enthusiastic about helping you move into this new stage in your life. Having straighter teeth means that you can be more confident about your appearance when you smile and you can enjoy having a healthier smile too.