The Most Reliable Way to Straighten Teeth
Due to advances in modern dental technology, new and innovative orthodontic treatments have emerged.
Faster and more effective than ever before
This has made orthodontic treatments better than ever to treat misaligned teeth that might be in the incorrect position.
Here at the Perfect Smile, we will provide you with a free orthodontic consultation with an expert orthodontist, who will be able to assess the mouth to determine the most appropriate treatment options available to your condition and lifestyle.
Types of orthodontic treatments:
Using a computerised photographic assessment, we will better understand how your mouth functions and can put together a treatment plan with all your possible options.
- Length of treatment: 12-18 months
- Used for: Mostly minor bite adjustments
This is the most inconspicuous of all the treatments and is one of the fastest.
They usually take anything from 3 to 24 months to complete treatment; the average time is 15 months.
However, you usually do not need as many adjustment appointments and so do not need to visit the dentist as frequently.
The treatment consists of wearing a sequence of aligners for regular intervals usually for 2 weeks.
Thereafter you will need to change to the next aligner in the sequence until all aligners have been used up.
- Easier to clean
- Require fewer visits to the dentist
- More comfortable and less noticeable
- The preferred discreet option of adults and adolescents
For more information see Invisalign.
- Length of treatment: 12-18 months (need to be worn 20+ hours a day)
- Used for: Severe malocclusions
These are more commonly used in children’s dentistry.
These are made up of an acrylic base with special wires and other components attached to it.
These types of braces move the teeth in specific ways and are very commonly used when more significant bite changes are required.
Invisalign can also be confused with removable braces as these aligners can also be removed. However, they are two different procedures.
- Can be taken out for daily activities
- Easily reinserted
- Better comfort
- Length of treatment: Up to 9 months
- Used for: Wide multitude of problems including overbites and underbites
This type of brace is fixed to your teeth with a Bracket & Wire Systems.
The teeth have a “bracket” that is bonded to the outside surface or the inside surface of the teeth.
These brackets then hold various types of wires that then move the teeth in different ways.
Although not as inconspicuous as the Clear Aligners, we use tooth-coloured products so that they are more hidden than the metal train track type braces would be.
The treatment lasts anything from 3 to 9 months; the average time is 6 month.
Hence, some systems are branded e.g. Six Month Smiles. You will need to regularly visit the dentist and attend the surgery for adjustments to your braces - usually every 4 weeks.
- Comfortable and convenient
- Fast results
- Improved oral hygiene and health
- Used across a variety of ages
All adults will be fitted with a fixed retainer
How do you plan & design my braces?
The process starts with a FREE discovery consultation where we discuss your needs and requirements with a Computerised Photographic Assessment to help you understand the possibilities.
We are at this stage able to assist you with potential options available to you.
Depending on your requirements we can customize and tailor-make individual treatments plan to suit your needs and budgets.
You can opt for simple procedures to more complex involved treatments plans to produce your beautiful new smile.
Our aim is to answer your questions and provide you with advantages and disadvantages.
We can also provide you with a computer-aided smile analysis and a hand-crafted Trial Preview, to gives you the opportunity to see your smile before we even touch your teeth.
We also use Bite Analysis technology to ensure a long-lasting, comfortable and a healthy final result.
4.7 out of 5 stars
5 out of 5 starsposted 2 months ago
I didn’t like my teeth and then I found Perfect Smile. I was welcomed by everyone there!
Emma at reception made me feel like a superstar every time I came in, Remembering my name, why I was having my teeth done and always being interested! Sam and his assistant (I’m sorry I can’t remember her name) but wow! What an amazing team! They are a credit to perfect smile. They made me feel at ease and as comfortable as possible. They laid everything on the table at the beginning, step by step and each step they supported me in every decision I made.
I would redo the whole experience again if I could!
I would definitely recommend to everyone!
Thank you perfect smile!
5 out of 5 starsposted 3 months ago
The perfect smile is truly excellent.
I hated my tetracycline stained teeth, with 18 year old veneers which needed replacing. I get nervous how I'm going to look going to the hairdressers! so this was a huge commitment and putting my trust in someone was difficult.
From the initial consultation with Sam Jethwa and his professional, friendly, dental assistant Sophie, I could not have been more impressed. Now, I am thrilled with the end natural, result. The care taken at every stage is phenomenal. Sam is extremely skilled. Sophie is by far the best assistant I have ever encountered. The receptionists were reassuring and helpful.I will recommend them to everyone. THANK YOU.
Clear, hidden, or removable braces
Invisalign is the world's first clear aligner and have changed the way people straighten their teeth. Have the smile you deserve.
Six Month Smiles
Six Month Smiles allows you to have the best smile in 4-6 months. This orthodontic treatment can be combined with treatments.
It takes only minutes to fill in our quiz to find out how close you are to your perfect smile. This will help you to decide which cosmetic treatment is suitable for you.
Contact us for any questions, requests and further information; or to arrange a FREE Initial Consultation.
Our free no obligation Initial Consultation will be with our dentist and/or our Treatment Coordinators. The suitability of options discussed will ultimately be dependent upon your clinical assessment with a dentist at the practice.