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By Admin / Published on Thursday, 01 Dec 2016 04:12 AM / Comments Off on I Wish… / 339 views

Getting BracesDid you have to redo that last selfie because you forgot to keep your smile thin? Does talking constantly remind you that everyone can see that crooked tooth? Teeth are a major part of your appearance however because they can be hidden you often forget to look after them, until you open your mouth and are immediately reminded again.

You can get the smile you deserve. So, it’s time you checked out what modern ‘biting-edge’ technology can offer you.

Making the Decision

Getting braces can be a big decision so your dentists do everything they can to set your mind at ease and give you all the information you need to make the reasonable choice. They will guide you step-by-step throughout the process so you always know what is happening and what the final results will be. Braces in Liverpool can be found at every good dentist and they will always be happy to help you.

The Process – Assessment

The process begins with an examination and consultation. X-rays and clinical photographs are taken along with a bite diagnostic and full oral health check usually including oral cancer screening.) Once all the data is collected your dentist will provide you with a treatment plan, a full cost breakdown and a complete timetable.

Over the course of the consultation our dentist will aim provide all the information you need to make the right decision for you.


One of the greatest advances with modern braces is choice. Do you want fast? Invisible? Removable? Some clinics are limited to only one option, think of them like ‘branded’ stores, others choose from a range of different braces manufacturers. Because they must be fitted to move your teeth in exactly the right way braces must be as individual as the people who want them.


The process of getting your braces fitted is as individual as you are yourself and is also dependent on which treatment options you choose. In some cases, impacted or over-crowded teeth must be removed, in others it may be as simple as booking your next appointment. Your dentist will guide you step-by-step through the initial fitting and provide you with the information you need throughout the rest of you timetable.