Whitehall Dental Practice
Cooks Cross
South Molton,
North Devon, EX36 4AW
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Aligners are thin clear flexible plastic ‘mouthguards’ which fit closely over the teeth. A series of aligners is used to move the teeth incrementally according to a treatment plan developed by us.

Aligner appliances are ideally suited to adult patients whose life-style or work commitments make it difficult for them to wear more visible conventional fixed appliances.

As with any other form of orthodontics, a proper orthodontic assessment, diagnosis and treatment plan is essential to successful aligner treatment. An accurate impression of the mouth is used to create the customised aligners. Each appliance moves the teeth a small distance towards the intended position before moving on to the next in the series until the final result is achieved. Aligners need to be worn full-time, day and night except for meal times.

 

When should aligners be used?

Aligners are best suited to simple cases needing minor alignment of teeth without extractions. It may be possible to carry out more complex treatments but an ideal result may require a short course of fixed appliances to upright the roots of the teeth.

Routine aligner treatments include:


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WHITEHALL DENTAL PRACTICE OPEN FROM 8th JUNE!

Firstly we hope that you are safe and well as we emerge from lockdown. Although restrictions remain in place we are able to see and treat patients. We have completed phase 1 of our return to work strategy and we are now able to accept both current patients and new patients for routine care and treatment. We will be contacting you as soon as possible to arrange your next appointments. If you have an emergency at this time please do not hesitate to contact us.

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