Historically,   orthodontic   treatment   has   been   conducted   during   the   teenage   years,   but   this   is   gradually   changing.   The mechanics   of   moving   teeth   is   the   same   regardless   of   whether   you   are   an   adult   or   child   and   orthodontic   practices   as   well as   discreet   (invisible   braces)   technologies   such   as   lingual   (e.g.   Incognito    and   win)    and   aligner   (e.g.   Invisalign )   braces have advanced significantly in the last 10 years. While   your   teeth   do   need   to   be   in   a   stable   condition,      tooth   implants,   crowns   and   extensive   fillings   should   not   be   a barrier to successful orthodontic treatment. You   do   not   need   to   be   referred   to   us   by   a   dentist,   however,   we   do   highly   recommend   that   you   be   registered   with   a dentist who will be able to monitor and if necessary, maintain your dental health during treatment. There are some excellent guides on orthodontic treatment for adults on the British Orthodontic Society's website here .
ADULT ORTHODONTICS
Mouth   guards   are   essential   to   preventing   damage   to   teeth   while   playing   contact   sports   -   both   during   orthodontic treatment   and   afterwards.   Fully   customised   mouth   guards   are   made   by   taking   an   impression   over   the   teeth.   The mouth guard can be adjusted during orthodontic treatment to allow for tooth movement.
MOUTH GUARDS
copyright 2016 Orthodontics by Eva
Tel: 01962 865560
Email: eva@orthodonticsbyeva.co.uk
Dr Eva Lewin
St James Dental Practice
7 St James Terrace, Winchester, SO22 4PP
Historically,   orthodontic   treatment   has   been conducted    during    the    teenage    years,    but this   is   gradually   changing.   The   mechanics of   moving   teeth   is   the   same   regardless   of whether    you    are    an    adult    or    child    and orthodontic    practices    as    well    as    discreet (invisible     braces)     technologies     such     as lingual   (e.g.   Incognito    and   win)    and   aligner (e.g.     Invisalign )     braces     have     advanced significantly in the last 10 years. While   your   teeth   do   need   to   be   in   a   stable condition,          tooth     implants,     crowns     and extensive   fillings   should   not   be   a   barrier   to successful orthodontic treatment. You   do   not   need   to   be   referred   to   us   by   a dentist,   however,   we   do   highly   recommend that   you   be   registered   with   a   dentist   who will    be    able    to    monitor    and    if    necessary, maintain      your      dental      health      during treatment. There     are     some     excellent     guides     on orthodontic    treatment    for    adults    on    the British Orthodontic Society's website here .
ADULT ORTHODONTICS
Mouth    guards    are    essential    to    preventing damage    to    teeth    while    playing    contact sports   -   both   during   orthodontic   treatment and    afterwards.    Fully    customised    mouth guards   are   made   by   taking   an   impression over    the    teeth.    The    mouth    guard    can    be adjusted    during    orthodontic    treatment    to allow for tooth movement.
MOUTH GUARDS
copyright 2016 Orthodontics by Eva
Historically,    orthodontic    treatment    has    been    conducted    during    the teenage   years,   but   this   is   gradually   changing.   The   mechanics   of   moving teeth   is   the   same   regardless   of   whether   you   are   an   adult   or   child   and orthodontic   practices   as   well   as   discreet   (invisible   braces)   technologies such   as   lingual   (e.g.   Incognito    and   win)    and   aligner   (e.g.   Invisalign ) braces have advanced significantly in the last 10 years. While   your   teeth   do   need   to   be   in   a   stable   condition,      tooth   implants, crowns    and    extensive    fillings    should    not    be    a    barrier    to    successful orthodontic treatment. You   do   not   need   to   be   referred   to   us   by   a   dentist,   however,   we   do   highly recommend   that   you   be   registered   with   a   dentist   who   will   be   able   to monitor and if necessary, maintain your dental health during treatment. There   are   some   excellent   guides   on   orthodontic   treatment   for   adults   on the British Orthodontic Society's website here .
ADULT ORTHODONTICS
Mouth   guards   are   essential   to   preventing   damage   to   teeth   while   playing contact   sports   -   both   during   orthodontic   treatment   and   afterwards.   Fully customised   mouth   guards   are   made   by   taking   an   impression   over   the teeth.   The   mouth   guard   can   be   adjusted   during   orthodontic   treatment to allow for tooth movement.
MOUTH GUARDS
copyright 2016 Orthodontics by Eva