Teeth Straight­en­ing In Warwick

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Ben­e­fits of Teeth Straightening

  • Apex Diamond Provider

  • Top 1% of UK providers

  • Straight teeth in less that 6 months

  • Removable, discreet aligners

What is teeth straightening?

Teeth straightening refers to a wide range of orthodontic treatments to help move your teeth into the correct alignment. Traditional fixed braces were once the most common method of teeth straightening, but modern systems like Invisalign are now growing in popularity. There are more options than ever before for individuals of all ages considering the lifelong benefits of straighter teeth.

  • Improve your confidence
  • Flexible treatment plans
  • No upper age limit
  • Enjoy better oral health

How does teeth straight­en­ing work?

There are many different methods for straightening the teeth. Traditional fixed braces are the most well know. This involves fixing small brackets to the teeth which then attach to a wire. The wire is tightened to apply pressure to the teeth to gradually move them into the correct position.

Another method of teeth straightening that is growing in popularity is Invisalign. This system uses clear plastic aligners – similar to retainers – to apply gentle pressure to the teeth and move them into the correct position. It's important to remember that no method of teeth straightening is permanent, and you will need to commit to wearing a night time retainer if you want to keep your teeth looking beautiful and straight.

Teeth Straight­en­ing vs Veneers

One alternative to teeth straightening is veneers. With this treatment, you can achieve a perfectly straight smile in just 2 visits. However, veneers can break or come loose, so there are some limitations to this treatment. It also won't improve the alignment of your bite, which is a common reason that individuals turn to teeth straightening.

Is teeth straight­en­ing right for me?

To be a good candidate for any teeth straightening procedure, you need to have good overall oral health. You also need to be able to follow the treatment instructions and be committed to completing the treatment. And finally, you should also be able to visit the practice for checkups throughout your treatment.

With Invisalign teeth straightening, it's vital that you wear your aligners for 20-22 hours per day. If you skip days or leave your aligners out, this will make your treatment longer and more uncomfortable. It can also derail your treatment plan and make it ineffective. Before you start teeth straightening treatment with us, we will explain the requirements so you can decide if you are a good fit.

Meet the team

Our team is what sets us apart. Through­out your treat­ment, you’ll be sup­port­ed by our car­ing and pas­sion­ate team. We live and breathe den­tistry, ensur­ing that we can offer the high­est pos­si­ble stan­dards of care for our patients.

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    Dr Chetan Mathias

    Principal Dentist - BDS Rajvir Ghandhi University 2005

What to expect from your treat­ment journey

We want you to feel empow­ered and informed every step of the way. Under­stand what to expect dur­ing your treat­ment with this sim­ple guide. Your exact treat­ment plan might change, but this will be explained dur­ing your consultation.

Book your consultation to find out if you are a good fit for teeth straightening. We'll ask questions about your lifestyle and preferences to make sure we suggest the right teeth straightening system for you.

To help make teeth straightening more accessible, we offer flexible payment plans so you can spread the cost of your treatment.

We'll match you with the right treatment for your needs. Teeth straightening will typically take 6-24 months, but every case is unique.

After teeth straightening treatment, patients commonly choose to have composite bonding or teeth whitening to help complete the restoration and allow them to smile with absolute confidence.

Our smile transformations

Curi­ous about the kind of results you can expect to achieve? Explore our smile gallery to see exam­ples of how this treat­ment could ele­vate your con­fi­dence and trans­form your smile. Ready to get start­ed? Book your con­sul­ta­tion today!

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Fre­quent­ly Asked Questions

It’s com­mon to have lots of ques­tions about your treat­ment. We’ve answered some of the most pop­u­lar ques­tions below.

Teeth straightening is about more than just achieving a beautiful-looking smile. It's also beneficial for your teeth as straight teeth are easier to keep clean. There are widespread health benefits to enjoy when you straighten your teeth.

Teeth straightening might be uncomfortable, but it shouldn't be painful. You will typically experience the most discomfort following the adjustments or when you switch to a new aligner. This should quickly pass and be easily managed with over the counter pain medication.

There is no ideal age to straighten teeth. For young people, you just need to have all of your adult teeth to be considered for teeth straightening. And for older patients, you just need to have good overall oral health to be considered as a candidate. If you're not sure if you could achieve straighter teeth, book a consultation today.

Under­stand the cost of your treatment

Every treat­ment plan is bespoke to the patient and the final cost reflects this. To help you to under­stand how much cos­met­ic den­tistry will cost, we have shared rep­re­sen­ta­tive exam­ples of com­mon treat­ment costs.

Treatment Name
Invisalign Aligners
Comprehensive treatment
£4000
Clear Aligners£3500
Single Arch Invisalign£2000

Spread the cost of treat­ment over 12 months

Spread the cost of your treat­ment with our inter­est-free cred­it options. This will make advanced treat­ments more afford­able and allow you to make a deci­sion based on what is right for you, instead of being restrict­ed by budget.

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  • 0% interest available
  • Flexible payment options
  • Low cost loans
  • Approved lending

We are happy to offer our patients 0% APR and low cost loan facilities for dental treatment such as dental implants, Invisalign and for other cosmetic dentistry treatments. The Dental Place Warwick, with it’s registered address at 17 Mar­ket Street, War­wick, CV34 4DH. The Dental Place Warwick is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority and is entered on the Financial Services Register, reference number {{reference.number}}

Book your free consultation

Every patient jour­ney starts with a friend­ly, no-oblig­a­tion con­sul­ta­tion to learn more about you and your goals. This is the per­fect chance to ask ques­tions about the treat­ment and find out if you are a suit­able candidate.