At Infinityblu, we have an in-house orthodontist at our practices in Pitlochry and Crieff. If you have crooked or gappy teeth, we can help you find the best orthodontic solutions. Just get in touch with our Pitlochry and Crieff practices – we offer free consultations to our new patients.
Clear aligners – This method features a series of clear, custom-made aligners that guide your teeth to a new, improved position. There are no fiddly brackets or wires – the comfortable aligners simply fit over your teeth. They can also be taken out for short periods so you can eat whatever you fancy, clean your teeth thoroughly and attend special occasions minus your aligner.
Fixed Braces – This type of silver or tooth coloured brace consists of metal or ceramic brackets that are glued to the teeth and used in conjunction with thin wires and elastics. This tried and tested treatment is very effective at precisely positioning teeth – which is not always possible with other appliances.
Clear aligners – If your teeth can be realigned in this way, we use advanced technology to create 3D pictures and a personalised plan. The aligners are produced in a laboratory, and you wear each one for around two weeks, for 22-24 hours per day. Most cases are sorted in just 6-12 months.
Quick Straight Teeth – We will clean your teeth and fix the brackets in place with a dental adhesive. We then attach wires and elastics so that teeth can be moved into position.
With any teeth straightening method, you will need to wear a retainer following treatment to keep your freshly aligned teeth in place.
We offer children orthodontics at our practice in Pitlochry and Crieff. While it is best to have orthodontic treatment at a younger age, adults can also benefit from having braces. Children under the age of 18 can have orthodontic treatment through the NHS. Certain types of braces are offered only through private care, however.
In some cases, we can offer adult orthodontics through the NHS. If we believe that you will be accepted by the board, we will put you forward for NHS funding. However, most orthodontic treatments are private for adults.
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