Is it too late to straighten my teeth?
I wish I had worn my braces when I was younger!
I want straight teeth now but I couldn’t wear train tracks!
It will take too long and cost a fortune!
These are comments that I hear from patients very frequently and yes we tend to assume that orthodontic treatment is the preserve of the young. Patients also tend to view orthodontics purely from an aesthetic point of view and often chide themselves for even considering treatment in the name of vanity!
Orthodontics is one of the most effective and least invasive ways of achieving straight teeth. It is a popular choice for both adults and children. Straight teeth are usually healthy teeth, maintenance is easier and this reduces the chances of tooth decay and gum disease. This is as true in teenage years as it is mid to late life. Orthodontics in adults is now common place.
The technology has advanced to allow braces to be practically invisible. The metal bits can be fitted to the back of your teeth or ceramic and clear wires can make the train tracks disappear.
Justin Evans is an internationally renowned orthodontist .who is a visiting specialist at The Mayhill Dental & Specialist Centre . Justin can be relied on to offer simply the best treatment and outcome for his patients. He will make sure all options are visited and discussed for each individual. His experience, patience and understanding puts his patients immediately at ease.
Justin has young children himself and so is aware of the tactics involved in gaining the trust and compliance of young individuals embarking on orthodontic treatment. He can make the process fun and celebrate the virtues of straight healthy teeth.
At The Mayhill we are committed to excellence and accessibility to treatment. Orthodontic treatment often entails awkward appointment times and an interminable waiting list. We will see you at your convenience and look forward to helping you and yours. We also offer 0% finance to help patients spread the cost of treatment. For more information or to make an appointment please call 01600 712020 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.