Braces and Aligners Treatment in Gosford
Orthodontic Treatment in Gosford
Crooked teeth are one of the main reasons why people are self-conscious when smiling. But there’s a fix to every problem, and that is through orthodontic treatment.
We want to share with you our previous patient’s orthodontic journey in New South Wales. She is a charming student in Gosford. Despite her crooked teeth, she loved showing off her teeth when she smiled.
She had a dental consultation with a general dentist before us, and she and her parents wanted to seek a second opinion from an orthodontist. A family friend then recommended Central Coast Orthodontics to them.
During her initial examination, we noticed that she had an impacted canine aside from having crooked teeth. One of her front teeth came out behind her lower teeth which is called an anterior crossbite.
For the first phase of her smile transformation, we had her wear braces for nine months to fix her impacted canine and anterior crossbite. Then, she moved forward with clear aligners for 12 months due to aesthetic and comfort reasons.
What Were The Issues With Her Existing Teeth?
- Impacted Canine
- Anterior Crossbite
What We Did for Her Smile Makeover
After several visits in over 21 months, she was so ecstatic to see a smile that she can flaunt. We were able to pull out her impacted canine and move it to its ideal position. Her anterior crossbite was also fixed, and as a result, she now has a good bite.
Her smile transformation boosted her confidence as a young lady. She doesn’t have to worry about how her teeth look when she smiles.
Do you or your child have crooked teeth and want to feel confident when smiling? Look no further! Call us at +61 2 4327 9488 or fill in the enquiry form below. We’re here to help you achieve the smile you’ve always wanted.
Disclaimer: The material posted is for informational purposes only and is not intended to substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. Results vary with each patient. Any dental procedure carries risks and benefits. If you have any specific questions about any dental and/or medical matter, you should consult your dentist, physician or other professional healthcare providers.