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Straight Teeth and Super Smiles: Child and Adult Orthodontics at Bexley Dental

If you were lucky, the need for orthodontics was discovered when you were young. It’s much easier to direct the movement of teeth in a child, and set children up for a lifetime of gorgeous smiles.

But no matter your age, orthodontics can help correct your smile… And protect your oral health.

Bexley Dental offers discreet orthodontic options for every smile

While the braces of yesterday were admittedly unattractive, today’s options are much more discreet. Whether you’re a candidate for traditional braces or Invisalign, there are options that minimise the appearance of your orthodontic treatment while we get your smile in line.

Children’s Orthodontics

This is perhaps the most important thing you can do for your child’s long-term oral health. Children’s orthodontics help avoid complex issues later on, and set the stage for a confident, healthy adult smile.

Learn more about children’s orthodontics

Traditional Braces for Adults

Unlike the obvious metal contraptions of the past, the latest materials and technologies make braces far less bulky. And most parts can be clear, tooth coloured or even ceramic, so they blend in.

Traditional braces are best suited to correcting the most complex tooth misalignments, especially those requiring vertical movement or incisor rotations.

Learn more about traditional braces for adults

Invisalign

The Invisalign system uses a series of clear aligners to correct teeth, without the wires and bands of traditional braces. Because they are practically invisible, they are a great option for teens and adults.

Learn more about Invisalign

A gorgeous smile is about more than“just looks” …

Crooked teeth can make anyone self conscious. And according to the Australian Society of Orthodontists, that’s true for over 50% of our fellow Australians.

For many, that reason is enough to seek out corrective orthodontics.

Increased enamel wear… and risk of cavities

A misaligned bite can put unusual stress on the enamel of your teeth, changing wear patterns, and eroding the enamel. Once the enamel is compromised, it becomes very easy for bacteria to invade and colonise, resulting in cavities that can require fillings or root canals, if left unattended.

Crowded teeth can be hard to clean thoroughly.

Even with best intentions, and full diligence, caring for crowded teeth can be an uphill battle. The tight spaces between crowded teeth give bacteria a perfect hiding place, as they are difficult to reach with a toothbrush or even floss. When this is combined with compromised enamel, it’s a recipe for much bigger complications with your teeth, which may require you to see one of our dentists for root canals or fillings.

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