This complex NHS case was treated using metal fixed braces. It’s a great example of what can be achieved with braces. Through the NHS, our specialist orthodontists treat the most complicated cases, sometimes working with other specialists for the best result.
Using Invisalign Lite, we straightened this patient’s upper and lower front teeth quickly and discreetly. Invisalign Lite is a fantastic way for us to treat straightforward cases in less than 12 months.
We transformed this smile using Invisalign Comprehensive – the most capable Invisalign aligner system. One of its many great features is a 3D treatment plan that shows you how your teeth will move during your treatment.
Another Invisalign transformation! It took our specialists 15 months to align this patient’s crowded teeth and reduce her overbite for a beautiful result. We’ve fitted discreet fixed retainers behind her front teeth to keep her smile straight for years to come.
This transformation involved nine months of Invisalign, followed by home teeth whitening. You’ll also spot that this patient had a lower tooth replaced with an implant. We often work alongside other specialists to deliver the best outcome.
It took approximately 12 months to take these teeth from crooked and crowded to perfectly aligned using custom-made clear aligners.
Here’s an example of a challenging case we treated in two phases. A functional appliance was first used to improve this patients bite, followed by fixed braces to align their teeth.
We treated this complex case using fixed braces under the NHS. NHS orthodontic care is available to under 18s who need treatment for dental health reasons. Your dentist can refer you for a free NHS assessment to see if you qualify.
We aligned this patient’s teeth and perfected the shape of their arch with the help of Invisalign Comprehensive. Discreet retainers will hold their teeth in position to maintain their confident new smile.
This patient was referred to us by their dentist for NHS treatment. We used fixed braces and elastics to correct their overbite and overjet to improve the way their teeth function and bite together.