Finding an Orthodontist
If you are looking for an orthodontist for yourself or your child then you need to ensure that you pick the right and best one for you. There are often so many questions that people have about their orthodontic treatment and so we’ve uploaded an easy to digest complete guide.
- What you can do to make your treatment pleasant
- How you or your child can be a happy patient
- What happens if your teeth are too large for your mouth
- What effects can Thumb sucking, Mouth Breathing, Fingernail Biting or Tongue Thrusting have
- How a tooth moves
- What the job of the orthodontist is
- Treatment alternatives
- Eating with Orthodontics
- Cleaning Orthodontic appliances
- How to get the best results from your Orthodontic appliance
- Glossary of new terms you may be hearing
- The effect of nutrition on your Orthodontics
- Retaining your teeth in their new position
- Emergencies with Orthodontic Appliances
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Finding the best orthodontist for you can be a difficult job! And the best is not always the cheapest as is true with so many other things in life.
Our recommendation is to go to Google and type in "Orthodontist London" but substitute London with your home town, this will show up a list of orthodontists that are close to where you live or work.
We also recommend that you go to see a specialist orthodontist. These specialists have had additional training and hold a Masters Degree that specialises in orthodontics. These specialists will be looking at your teeth from a wider perspective than many general dentist will. As specialist orthodontist will be considering your jaw growth and how that can impact your bite. As specialist is also able to tackle more complex bite problems which are not possible with the simpler orthodontics that are available from general dental practitioners
Whilst a general dentist is capable of working with short-term or limited outcome orthodontics to correct cosmetic problems with the front six teeth, it takes a specialist orthodontist to deal with complex bite problems which may involve moving back teeth and front teeth together in unison.
Our free guide which you can download above contains information about various types of orthodontic treatment, what to expect and some typical questions that would be good to ask of any orthodontist that you go to see. Please do take us up on our offer of a free download and enter your details above now.