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Guide to straight teeth in 6 months

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Learn how to get straight teeth in 6 months with cosmetically focused orthodontics. The guide from Ilovestraightteeth.co.uk the cosmetic teeth straightening experts.

Learn how to get straight teeth in 6 months with cosmetically focused orthodontics. The guide from Ilovestraightteeth.co.uk the cosmetic teeth straightening experts.

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  • 1. Fed Up Of Crooked Teeth? Get Straight Teeth in 6 Months with Cosmetically Focused Orthodontics by Dr Aalok Y Shukla BDS(Lon) Clinical Director ILoveStraightTeeth.co.uk “I got straight teeth in 6 months just in time for my holiday in Croatia” - Carly
  • 2. Testimonial
  • 3. Testimonial
  • 4. Cosmetically Focused Orthodontics Straight teeth in 6 months.
  • 5. Cosmetically Focused Orthodontics Straight teeth in 6 months.
  • 6. Cosmetically Focused Orthodontics Straight teeth in 6 months.
  • 7. Cosmetically Focused Orthodontics Straight teeth in 6 months.
  • 8. Cosmetically Focused Orthodontics Straight teeth in 6 months.
  • 9. Cosmetically Focused Orthodontics Straight teeth in 6 months.
  • 10. Cosmetically Focused Orthodontics Straight teeth in 6 months.
  • 11. Cosmetically Focused Orthodontics Straight teeth in 6 months.
  • 12. Cosmetically Focused Orthodontics Straight teeth in 6 months.
  • 13. Cosmetically Focused Orthodontics Straight teeth in 6 months.
  • 14. What is the Goal? A Beautiful Healthy Smile Cosmetically Focused Orthodontics
  • 15. Focused On: The 3 Keys to a Beautiful Smile:
  • 16. What are the Goals of Cosmetically Focused Orthodontics? To Correct the Chief Complaint (this is to correct the teeth which bother you in your smile) Cosmetically Focused Orthodontics
  • 17. What Can We Do? Movements possible, are as follows: •  We can move teeth forwards and backwards •  We can move teeth up and down •  We can rotate teeth •  We can close spaces •  We can uncross teeth
  • 18. How does is Work? 3 Ways: Arch expansion - to create space I.P.R smoothing - to create space Dynamic contraction - to close spaces Dynamic light forces - to move teeth into space
  • 19. Thinking of straightening your teeth? Confused about all the options?
  • 20. Cosmetic Orthodontic Options Start Want to change your bite or jaw relationship (back teeth)? Want to straighten your whole smile? Want to straighten 4 front teeth only? Cosmetically focused Orthodontics Braces (4-9 months) Comprehensive Orthodontics (2yrs) +/- surgery Invisible Treatment Braces behind teeth Clear Removable Braces Brace treatment Discrete Treatment Accelerated Removable Braces Clear Fixed Braces (White Brace treatment)
  • 21. Cosmetic Orthodontic Options Cosmetically Focused Orthodontics braces (4-9months) Invisible Treatment Braces behind teeth Discrete Treatment Clear Removable Braces Brace treatment Accelerated Removable Braces Faster Results Clear Fixed Braces (White Brace treatment) Accelerated Removable Braces Braces behind teeth Clear Fixed Braces (White Brace treatment)
  • 22. Choosing Your New Smile Position Shape Colour Whole smile or key teeth? Teeth edges chipped? A little whiter? Better than now, Some gaps too wide? Specific teeth whiter? Best result possible Teeth too short / long? Whitest smile naturally possible? or Perfection? Whitest media smile possible? Time? Social? Budget? Any Special occasion / Must you hide your £50-£120 / month Absolute Deadline? treatment completely? £120 - £200 / month Or is a fast discreet £200 - £350 / month treatment ideal?
  • 23. Straight Teeth Journey
  • 24. Braces Behind Teeth Cost Comfort Timeline Types of movement
  • 25. Straighten Your Teeth Invisibly Clear Removable Braces Brace Treatment Cost Comfort Timeline Types of movement
  • 26. Straighten Your Teeth Invisibly Accelerated Removeable Brace Br Cost Comfort Timeline Types of movement
  • 27. Straighten Your Teeth Invisibly Clear Fixed braces white (Whitbrace treatment) Cost Comfort Timeline Types of movement
  • 28. Retainers & Aftercare “Will my teeth stay straight?”
  • 29. Retainers & Aftercare Teeth move in response to forces. This is how orthodontics works, by applying controlled forces. ❝However, there are a constant forces on the teeth from the tongue pushing forwards, the lip muscles pulling backwards, the forces from the teeth biting together & the growth of the lower jaw throughout life.❞
  • 30. Retainers & Aftercare These forces need to be managed This is why we recommend lifetime retention. Millions of people wear their retainers without disruption or inconvenience. To keep things simple we recommend a Fixed Retainer & a Removable Retainer.
  • 31. Retainers & Aftercare The Fixed Retainer is a thin wire bonded behind the front 6 teeth. The Removable Retainer is a rigid plastic appliance to be worn at nighttime and during the day immediately following brace removal.
  • 32. All Inclusive Straightening
  • 33. Fee Guide
  • 34. Straight White Teeth Glossary Brace - orthodontic appliance used to move teeth Upper jaw, upper arch, maxilla - the bone to which the upper teeth are anchored Lower jaw, lower arch, mandible - the bone to which the lower teeth are anchored Fixed brace - A brace bonded to the surfaces of the teeth. This can be fixed in front of or behind the teeth. Removable brace - An appliance that moves teeth that is removable. Orthodontic Relapse - The movement of teeth out of their final position back to the position they were in before. This is caused by forces on the teeth from the lips, tongue, habits such as musical instrument practice and thumb sucking, and wisdom tooth pressure, and jaw growth throughout life. Prevented by Fixed & Removable retainers. Invisible / Clear Aligner - A rigid plastic brace that fits intimately over the tooth surface that causes gradual tooth movement. Typically 0.5mm per aligner.
  • 35. Straight White Teeth Glossary Clear fixed brace - A series of tooth coloured or transparent brackets (squares) that are bonded to the front of the teeth which are used to direct the forces from a tooth coloured orthodontic wire. Lingual brace - This is a brace that is bonded behind the tooth surface, it uses brackets and wires which are specially designed for this. Accelerated removable brace - A brace that can be removed that causes the rapid movement of teeth. Invisalign - A brand of clear aligner Inman aligner - A brand of accelerated removable brace Fixed retainer - A thin wire that is bonded to the back surface of the front 6 teeth which is used to hold the teeth to prevent orthodontic relapse. Removable retainer - A rigid plastic appliance that is worn to help the teeth to set in the final position needed. Expansion - The process of creating space for tooth movement by increasing the width of the jaw. Either done with a special removable brace with a mid-line expansion screw.
  • 36. Straight White Teeth Glossary Midline expansion screw - a screw in the middle of a brace which when turned increases the width of the appliance. When this is worn in the mouth it will create a corresponding increase in the jaw width. IPR - Inter-proximal Reduction - the smoothing of the side surfaces of a tooth s enamel using a smoothing strip or a bur.Typically done up to 0.4mm. Extraction - The surgical removal of a tooth. Enamel - The hard protective covering of the tooth. Dentine - The hard but sensitive inner structure of the tooth Anterior Open bite - This where when the teeth are fully closed in the normal position there is a visible space between the edges of the lower teeth and the edges of the upper teeth, meaning an inability to incise (cut) food. Orthognathic Surgery, Jaw surgery - This is a surgery to correct a discrepancy in the shape / relationship of the jaws.
  • 37. Straight White Teeth Glossary Attachments - These are tooth coloured small squares / triangles that are used by removable braces to grip onto teeth so that they can be moved up/down and rotated. Crossbite - This is where the lower teeth meet on the outside of the upper teeth. The normal bite is the other way around. Diastemma - A space between the teeth Toothwear - The loss of tooth structure caused by grinding, bruxing and chewing. Incisors - The front 4 teeth. There are 2 central incisors (2 front teeth) , and 2 lateral incisors (2 front side teeth) Canines - The fangs or pointy teeth to the side of the lateral incisors. Premolars - The biting teeth behind the canines. Typically most people have 4 of these in each jaw . Molars - The square heavier back teeth. Canine guidance - The way the teeth slide over each other when guided by the canines (pointy teeth). This should cause the back teeth to separate.
  • 38. To Get Straighter, Whiter, Teeth Fast! Free Initial Suitability Consultation: Free Recorded Message: Free Straight teeth guide: Free Video Series explaining Cosmetic Orthodontics For your personal assessment email: hello@ilovestraightteeth.co.uk or call 02087888588