At Dr Richard Clinics we use the latest in orthodontic technology to treat gapped, crowded and crooked teeth, as well as over and underbites. With recent dental advancements, there are now far more options available to patients, including Invisalign – a realignment method that is practically invisible.
Harley Street Orthodontist Specialist
If you are looking for an orthodontist in the Harley Street area, the Dr Richard Clinic offers a full range of Orthodontics treatments, specialising in restorative dentistry, periodontal health and advanced aesthetics. We create the kind of celebrity smiles our patients are delighted with. Our orthodontics dentists near Harley Street are friendly and patient, and they will do everything they can to put you at your ease and make your visit a comfortable one.
Why should you see an orthodontist?
Many people are embarrassed by their smiles because their teeth are too crowded, uneven, or have gaps between them. We also see patients at our Harley Street dental practice whose jaws are misaligned causing an over or under bite. These are all issues that can be remedied through an orthodontic treatment plan.
Correcting the alignment of your teeth can also help with a number of other dental and general health problems. Badly aligned teeth can affect your speech, eating and dental hygiene, as well as cause discomfort.
What does orthodontic treatment involve?
During an initial orthodontics consultation at our dental clinic near Harley Street, the orthodontist will assess your teeth and discuss the various treatment options that are available. He or she will explain what you should expect from the treatment and how long it is likely to take. You will also have the opportunity to discuss any concerns you may have.
At Dr Richard Clinics near Harley Street we offer the following orthodontic treatments:
- Invisalign: A clear aligner that is practically invisible. Read more for detailed information on Invisalign.
- Fixed braces: This includes traditional metal and ceramic braces that attach to the front of the teeth; and lingual braces that are hidden behind.
The exact treatment plan will vary depending on the type of braces you are being fitted with. However, with all options, we begin by taking an impression of your teeth. This is then used to create an aligner or brace that is custom-made to your mouth.
You are likely to notice a difference within a few months but, depending on the severity of the issue, treatment could take up to 2 years.
We will schedule regular check-ups throughout this period to ensure that treatment is progressing and to make any necessary adjustments to your aligner or brace.
We offer a free 30-minute consultation with one of our associate dentists, Monday to Friday, for cosmetic dentistry, teeth whitening, Invisalign invisible braces and implants.