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    Real Patient Testimonials

    "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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  • West London Orthodontist - Real Patient Testimonials

    Real Patient Testimonials

    "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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  • West London Orthodontist - Real Patient Testimonials

    Real Patient Testimonials

    "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."

    *Results May Vary

  • 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".

    *Results May Vary

Blog

29 Mar 2019

5 Tips For Choosing The Best London Orthodontist

Submitted by admin on March 29, 2019

Choosing the best London orthodontist is becoming extremely difficult as there are more practices opening across the city. However, whether you’re in need of braces or any other treatment, it’s important you choose a practitioner with the right experience, credentials, and above all, a good reputation. How to Choose t...

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16 Jan 2018

Why you need to stop a thumb sucking habit

Submitted by admin on January 16, 2018

Thumb Sucking For some of us as parents and children, we know how difficult it is to stop 'the habit' i.e. thumb-sucking! It is probably one of the most common habits, and for the majority of us, we often stop in our early years. However, it is a hard habit to break and there are several ways and bribes that we have all given...

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13 Sep 2016

Cleaning Invisalign Trays

Submitted by admin on September 13, 2016

Invisalign aligners are a convenient way to achieve your ideal smile. Less noticeable than traditional metal braces, Invisalign treatment offers patients a teeth-straightening option that does not require the aesthetic compromise. Moreover, aligners do not scrape or irritate the inside or the mouth. However, when not cared for p...

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9 Apr 2015

What is the Proper Way to Floss for Braces?

Submitted by admin on April 9, 2015

The Proper Way to Floss for Braces

When you are wearing braces whether they are removable (e.g. Invisalign) or fixed braces, it is vital that you maintain excellent oral hygiene all throughout treatment. As there is something ‘foreign’ in your mouth, any food or plaque can be left behind on the brace and if not removed can result in a higher risk of decay or ...

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19 Feb 2015

What Does It Mean To Tighten Braces?

Submitted by admin on February 19, 2015

How Are Braces Adjusted?

You have probably heard of the braces being tightened and wondering what that means. The adjustment appointments are normally every 4-6 weeks. Some brace systems allow these appointments to be 8-10 weeks. It is vital that your treatment is regularly reviewed and monitored by your orthodontist. Your orthodontist will advise yo...

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11 Feb 2015

How to Brush with Braces

Submitted by admin on February 11, 2015

Should I use an electric toothbrush with my braces?

We have a number of patients ask us this question. The most important aspect whether you use a manual or electric toothbrush is cleaning the teeth on all surfaces to ensure there is no more plaque or food left behind. If you don’t brush well or for long enough time, it doesn’t matter if you have the latest best toothbrush in...

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29 Jan 2015

Damon Brace Vs. Fixed Brace?

Submitted by admin on January 29, 2015

What Is The Difference Between A Damon Brace And A "Fixed Brace"?

Modern orthodontic treatment as we now know, has advanced over time to allow precise control over teeth, which results in being able to achieve excellent results. The fixed part of the brace is the bracket which is attached to each tooth individually. There is a wire which connects all the brackets together and is held in pl...

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5 Nov 2014

How Can I Straighten My Wisdom Tooth/ Teeth?

Submitted by admin on November 5, 2014

Braces and Wisdom Teeth Wisdom teeth are commonly the last adult teeth to erupt. They are also well-known for not erupting and lying dormant for several years. They can be impacted, meaning they can be positioned at an angle instead of being positioned ‘straight’. The x-rays below shows two lower wisdom teeth being impact...

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19 Sep 2014

Metal braces and sports?

Submitted by admin on September 19, 2014

Will metal braces cut my child's mouth if he plays contact sports?

If you are playing contact sports it is essential to wear a mouthguard. Contact sports include hockey, rugby, boxing or any sport which involves physical contact or moving objects. A third of dental trauma injuries are from a sport. Teeth can be broken or even completely knocked out. Also, the inside of the mouth and gums ca...

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9 Sep 2014

What if i have sensitive teeth?

Submitted by admin on September 9, 2014

Which braces are ideal if I have sensitive teeth?

There are a number of reasons why you may have sensitive teeth, and it’s important to find out the reason why the teeth are sensitive. Before having brace treatment, it is vital to be assessed by your dentist to find the cause of the sensitivity and have the appropriate dental treatment completed. If there is some gum rec...

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