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Aug 2017
10th
 

Case of the Month- August 2017

Our case of the month for August is one involving a Social 6 lingual brace for the lower front teeth. Our client really disliked the crowding with the lower front teeth and was desperate for a solution prior to her wedding. The Social 6 lingual brace is attached to just the front 6 teeth acting on the front 4 teeth i.e the Social aspect of your smile. It is also placed on the INSIDE of the teeth and hence is the only 'invisible' brace. Due to the great technology of the brackets and wires and the skill of our Principle Dentist Dr Nissit Patel, we can straighten the front teeth in a matter of weeks rather than years. Just take a look:

Crowded lower front teeth. Note how the teeth are uneven, at different levels and inside/ out Crowded lower front teeth. Note how the teeth are uneven, at different levels and inside/ out
Straight front teeth. Level edges, aligned and straight. In only a few weeks. Straight front teeth. Level edges, aligned and straight. In only a few weeks.

If you would like to see the brackets in action, here is a photo:

With 2-D brackets - the lowest profile brackets on the market With 2-D brackets - the lowest profile brackets on the market

As you can imagine, our client was delighted. If you would like to straighten the upper or lower front teeth this year, quickly and discreetly, then Social 6 lingual braces could be the solution. Why wait? Contact us today. Treatment completed by Dr Nissit Patel. Photographs are the sole property of Dr Nissit Patel and may not be reproduced in any form.

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