A Quick and Effective Way to Straighten Your Smile
Are you looking for a quick, non-invasive way fix crooked teeth or protruding teeth?
Look no further with the help of our clear braces!
There are various ways to straighten your teeth such as conventional orthodontics that can take anywhere between 18 months and 3 years to achieve desired results. However, at EnVisage Dentistry Kilmacolm we offer short-term orthodontics that can help give the smile you want in a fraction of the time taken with conventional treatments.
Our dentist, Dr. Akash Tamber has a special interest in orthodontics and can help you achieve straighter, whiter teeth.
Dr. Akash Tamber
GDC number 274160
Quick Straight Teeth
Quick Straight Teeth is both discreet and comfortable, optimizing wearability whilst effectively improving your smile; helping you to achieve long-term results in a short period.
Quick Straight Teeth use both fixed or removable clear braces to align your front teeth. This method concentrates on the front 6 to 8 teeth to help correct mild to moderate problems quickly, making it a more affordable option. Quick Straight Teeth can transform your teeth in as little as 4 to 24 weeks. Our dentist, Dr. Akash Tamber will provide more information on the timeline you may expect.
Starting from £2500
- Clear aligners
- Composite bonding
- Whitening and whitening trays
- Fixed bonded retainer
What To Expect?
The total duration of the treatment will depend on its complexity. You will have an estimation of the treatment time after a consultation with Dr. Akash Tamber.
Your Quick Straight Teeth journey will consist of:
- Step 1 – A FREE consultation
- Step 2 – Impressions of your teeth taken by Dr. Akash Tamber
- Step 3 – At your next visit your first aligner will be fitted
- Step 4 – For the next few months, follow-up appointments will occur to check in on your progress
- Step 5 – Teeth Whitening and Composite Bonding will be completed depending on what you require
- Step 6 – You will have a fresh new smile, and your permanent retainer will be fitted
Frequently Asked Questions
Will I need a retainer?
Yes, teeth continually move throughout your life. So, continuing to wear your retainer will help minimize this. If you stop wearing your retainer, it may risk your teeth drifting back to their original position.
Am I suitable for clear braces?
If you have mild to moderate crowding or protrusion of your front teeth, you could be suitable for clear braces treatment. This will be fully assessed at your FREE consultation.
Is it comfortable?
Some patients may feel very mild discomfort during the first couple of days. Then as time goes on, they should adjust to the brace.
How often should I wear my aligners (clear braces)?
You should wear your aligners at all times during your treatment apart from when you are eating, brushing, or flossing your teeth. Ideally, a patient should wear their aligners for 20 hours per day, every day.