If you are young and have been informed by one of our dentists that you need braces in Milton Keynes because your bite is misaligned, or the position of your teeth is causing concern, you may not see the advantages right away, and simply be apprehensive about the whole procedure.
We totally understand, and respect your concerns, and will do everything in our power to make sure your fears are allayed. We will make you feel as comfortable as possible whilst you go on this journey with us.
Rest assured that millions of people need to have their teeth straightened and that we are up to date with the latest technology for your braces in Milton Keynes.There are vast support groups online, and depending on what treatment is chosen, you can follow your progress with interactive apps and speak with people who are just like you, who can answer some of those personal questions if you don’t want to speak with us about it all.
We are extremely supportive of such communities and can point you in the direction of some of the more positive and informative ones. Whatever we can do to ensure that your teeth straightening journey is a positive one is fine by us. Know that with advances in technology, your treatment will likely be much shorter and more comfortable than what your parents or grandparents needed to have, so keep with the times and take advantage of what is available for you in this modern age.
There are a lot of benefits with starting the treatment process early, the main one being that the earlier you begin treatment, the earlier it can be completed and you can enjoy a healthier and more beautiful smile for life.
ou should also know that the younger you are, the faster the treatment will be because your bones are not set in your jaw. As you age, it can become more difficult to straighten your teeth. It is not impossible, but it can take longer than if you had braces in Milton Keynes in early adolescence.
What kinds of models are available?
There are lots of different styles available in traditional models these days, from the traditional metal to a more delicate tooth coloured ceramic. You may also pick from a range of colours to suit your personality, thus wearing your aligners with confidence and style. They are only worn for a short period of time in the great scheme of things, so try to own it, knowing that your smile in a few years will be perfectly straight and that you can enjoy more hassle-free teeth.
Lingual braces may also be an option. These attach to the back of your teeth, and are the one truly invisible option. However, they are only available in certain circumstances and it is best to discuss this with your dentist.
You may even be suitable to wear removable aligners. These can be taken out during eating, or when you brush your teeth, as not to be so intrusive on your day to day activities. However, you need to wear them for a minimum of twenty hours each day in order to see results.