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Oct 2015
29th
 

Case of the month- October 2015

Our case of the month is a great orthodontic case which completely transformed our patients smile and life. She hated her 'fang' like canine teeth- topical with Halloween around the corner! This is a common problem and is not a particularly aesthetic feature of a smile. The treatment undertaken was a full mouth ceramic orthodontic treatment using Damon Clear braces. The results speak for them selves:

Wonky teeth Very crowded teeth- just look at the canine positions especially the right side (patient right)
Straight teeth Straight teeth! Canine teeth corrected and a lovely smile and bite

If you are looking to correct your smile, would like a discreet treatment method yet still in a timely fashion, please contact us. We can transform your smile and life- you only live once!

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