Invisalign Hemel Hempstead today? Our fixed ceramic braces are an excellent way for patients of all ages to align their teeth and create the smile they have always wanted. The ceramic brackets are of a similar colour to the teeth they are attached to, and it is possible to use tooth-colour wires to blend the brace in even more. Over time, the fixed ceramic brace will move and align teeth into the correct position. Straighter teeth are also easier to clean, so once treatment is complete you will find it much easier to maintain excellent oral health. Discover even more details on dermal fillers. Dental implants are a wonderful solution for patients who wish to replace a missing tooth or even several teeth. They look and feel incredibly natural, and many patients tell us that after undergoing dental implant treatment, they forget they had even lost teeth in the first place. Replacing missing teeth is not only important for your confidence in your appearance and ability to enjoy your favourite foods, it also helps to support the rest of your teeth and prevent the jaw bone shrinking. When a patient has missing teeth, it is not uncommon to see movement and sometimes weakening of the other teeth. Dental implants are a great way to ensure all your teeth and your jaw bone stays strong and in place.
For those considering the Invisalign system to straighten your teeth, the first step is a consultation with one of our friendly, experienced Invisalign clinicians. They will take the time to fully examine your teeth and mouth, answer your questions and discuss your desired end results. They can then help you decide whether Invisalign is the right route for you. Our dentists will take impressions of your teeth from which your aligners will be custom made using advanced 3-D computer imaging technology. Using this technology, your entire treatment and individual tooth movements will be planned and you will be able to visualise your treatment from start to finish, through animated visuals to see what your smile will look like when treatment is complete.
The best dental advice ? Brush your mouth properly! Yes, I said mouth, not teeth. The reason is that your teeth is not the only thing in your mouth; you have your gum, your tongue and the roof of your mouth. Those need cleaning too. When brushing, place the bristles of the toothbrush at a 45-degree angle near the gum line, such that the bristles are in contact with both the teeth and the gum. Brush using a back and forth, up and down movement. When you are done repeat the same procedure for the inner surfaces of your teeth and gum. Then brush the surfaces of your tongue and roof of your mouth. This will help to get rid of bacteria that cause bad breath. Remember to brush your teeth and gum lightly; do not attack them with the bristles, as this will do more harm than good.
Amit qualified from St. Barts and The Royal London Hospital in 2001. He completed Senior House Officer posts in Restorative Dentistry and in Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery. Amit completed an extensive four-year Masters Degree at Kings College London, to gain the title of Specialist in Prosthodontics in 2010, during which time he continued to work in private dental practice. He has been trained in the planning and provision of dental implants by Consultants and Professors who excel in this field. See additional details at https://www.landmarkdental.co.uk/