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    "My treatment was easy and fast. To the people at , I want to thank you for your kindness and hospitality. All of you were extremely helpful and I did not feel like a patient because of the extreme amiability I was treated..."

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    "I am very satisfied with the results! Dr. Chaw Su Kyi explained the process from the beginning in a concise and clear way and was extremely helpful and patient with me since I am a bit of a sissy when it comes to going to the dentist! My teeth are now straight and look lovely."

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    "My treatment was excellent! Well inside the time frame given, if there was a problem the staff were all too happy to help. The treatment was quick and easy, with regular check ups to make sure everything was going to plan. I could not have hoped for anything better."

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  • West London Orthodontist - Real Patient Testimonials

    Real Patient Testimonials

    "My teeth are now straight and look lovely. I am very satisfied with the results! Dr. Chaw Su Kyi explained the process from the beginning in a concise and clear way and was extremely helpful and patient with me since I am a bit of a sissy when it comes to going to the dentist! My teeth are now straight and look lovely".

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Do most children have difficulty adapting to their braces?

Written by Dr. Chaw Su Kyi on February 8, 2010

Do most children have difficulty adapting to their braces? My son plays with his all of the time. He has had them on for about ten days now and I always have to tell him to stop touching them. I am afraid that he will ruin them. Do you have any suggestions?

However, you must try and ask your son to stop as there is a big risk that he will keep ‘picking’ at the braces and they will break off. If the brackets or a wire on the fixed brace breaks off, it may delay your son’s orthodontic treatment. Until you are able to see your orthodontist to repair the breakage, no tooth movement or treatment progress will occur until the brace has been fixed. Often, by letting your son know that his treatment time may be longer is a good incentive to stop playing with them.

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