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Hermes London Dental Clinic
205 Vauxhall Bridge Road, London SW1V 1ER
Dental Treatments in London

Orthodontics Treatment by Private Orthodontist in London

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Dr. Annika Patel is the specialist orthodontist at Hermes London Dental Clinic in London & dedicated for high quality dental care with state-of-the-art technology & tools.

Located at Vauxhall Bridge Road, SW1V 1ER, Hermes London Dental Clinic has epert knowledge and readiness to help you achieve a natural and healthy smile. As a private orthodontist in London, we use the latest technology to help our patients and add a level of personal care to every case. We can help patients of all ages looking for orthodontic treatment and pride ourselves on our high quality service.

Common Causes for Orthodontics

Our orthodontist says that problems with your teeth can either be inherited through your genes or be caused by external factors like:

  • Thumb sucking
  • Gum or tooth decay
  • Trauma or accidents
  • Premature loss of the baby teeth
  • Crowded teeth
  • Irregularly positioned teeth (or ectopic teeth)
  • Having extra or missing teeth (the condition called hypodontia)

Benefits of Teeth Straightening

Undergoing treatment under a well-skilled orthodontist in London or anywhere else proves beneficial in various ways. These include:

  • Improved appearance with a more attractive smile and great self-confidence
  • Straightened teeth reducing the chances decay and diseases of the gums
  • Lesser risk of accidental injury resulting from protruding teeth
  • Improved bite with equal distribution of pressure across the jaws
  • Preparing the teeth for restorative care and treatment in the future

Treatments from our private orthodontist in London

At the Hermes London Dental Clinic, patients can have a wide and impressive range of orthodontic treatments, using the latest technology. We offer:

  • Smile align Clear Aligners
  • Lingual Braces
  • Ceramic Braces
  • Damon Braces
  • Six Month Smiles
  • Invisible Braces

Interceptive orthodontic treatment: We also provide interceptive orthodontic treatment for youngsters to correct the misaligned jaws, and excessively overcrowded or protruding teeth. We also work hard to rectify their harmful oral habits like thumb sucking. The ideal age for this range of treatments is between 7 and 9 years and the treatment continues for 8 to 12 months on an average.

Children’s orthodontics: At Hermes London Dental Clinic, we also provide an early orthodontic evaluation to brighten the chances of naturally attractive smile for your child.

Adult orthodontics: We also provide braces for adults, improve their smiles and solve other orthodontic problems. Our private orthodontist has achieved striking success over the years in helping adults overcoming various misalignment issues.

Why patients choose us

  • Top-class professionals
  • Unparalleled personal care and guidance
  • Extensive working hours to suit your schedule
  • Quality treatment using the latest technology
  • Customised treatment plans for desired results
  • Reasonable costing with easy payment facilities

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) About Orthodontics

Am I too old for orthodontic treatments?

The technology behind modern orthodontics has improved a lot in the recent times, with so many options to choose from you’re never too old to undergo the treatments.

When should I take my child for orthodontic treatments?

The ideal age is in between 7 and 9 years. However, it is better to take them for a check-up immediately after a problem is noticed.

What do I expect on my first visit at your clinic?

We carefully examine a patient, create a detailed report outlining all the problems, including suggested treatment plans, along with the cost and payment plans.

How long will my treatment be?

Different orthodontic treatments need different time spans. Exactly how long your treatment will last can be only be confirmed after you undergo a thorough examination. On average a treatment lasts 12 to 18 months. However, there are short term alternatives for less severe.

Orthodontic treatment upper and lower, followed by tooth whitening.