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A 25 year old gentleman was not happy with his bite. The upper and lower teeth did not meet together when he closed his mouth - called an open bite. In his teens, he had two upper teeth removed and braces. However, the open bite was not corrected. We treated him with upper and lower fixed braces along with the removal of two lower teeth to correct his bite. Brace treatment took 23 months, and just in time before he left for Australia.
A 27 year old lady had brace treatment when she was a child along with the removal of four teeth. When she came to see us, there was severe relapse of the teeth with crowding and a deep overbite. Relapse extraction cases are always one of the most challenging treatment cases. She was successfully treated with fixed braces with her overbite corrected and an amazing new smile.
A 26 year old gentleman did not like the gaps between his upper front teeth which showed when he smiled. In addition to the gaps between his front teeth, the upper incisors were also twisted or rotated in their positions. We carried out orthodontic treatment with Incognito lingual fixed braces to straighten the teeth and close the gaps. He was a musician, and wearing lingual braces did not affect his singing or work. A huge change in his smile!
A 27 year old lady did not like her overcrowded teeth and her overbite. She was especially aware of the ‘hidden’ upper right tooth which seemed to cast a shadow on photos. Orthodontic treatment was carried out with fixed braces and took 19 months to correct her overbite and straighten her teeth. Now her smile is a dazzling white straight smile,no dark shadows to be seen.
A 29 year old lady who had 6 missing adult teeth including her upper lateral incisors, along with a cleft palate.. She had a deep overbite and narrow arches, and was not happy with her narrow smile. She was treated with upper and lower fixed braces to correct her overbite and allow some widening of her arches. Following brace treatment, her canine teeth were in the correct inclination and ‘overbite’ positions to allow ‘bonding’ to reshape them as incisor teeth and give the new wider straighter smile.