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British Orthodontic Society Official Guidance on Adult Braces

If you're an adult considering having braces, the British Orthodontic Society (BOS) has official guidance which can help you decide if you should have braces, and how to pick the right orthodontist. It also covers some of the problems that orthodontics can help rectify.

Read the Orthodontics for Adults BOS Guide.

The Dangers of Illegal Teeth Whitening

Receiving dental treatment from someone who is unqualified can put you at a lot of risk. In our latest blog, we look at the dangers of illegal teeth whitening.

December 2019 Newsletter

Welcome to the December newsletter. Inside, you can find out more about Kerry, one of our highly qualified orthodontists. In addition, we look at the royal family and their history of dental concerns.

Read the December 2019 Newsletter.

Can I Receive Orthodontic Treatment if I Have Cancer?

Specialist Orthodontist Harley Street accepts patients who are about to, currently, or have undergone treatment for cancer. There is no reason as to why you would not be able to start and or continue any orthodontic treatment during any stage of cancer. While more often than not there’ll be more caution taken (dependent on where the form of cancer is), all patients will still be able to achieve their desired smile in a similar timeframe.

November 2019 Newsletter

Our November newsletter is now available. This month, find out more about orthodontic waiting lists, our Invisalign services at Harley Street, our latest tooth whitening offer, and more.

Read the November 2019 Newsletter.

Invisalign SmileView

Would you like to see how your smile could improve with Invisalign? You can try on your new smile using SmileView, which uses one of your selfies to give you a sneak peek of your smile after Invisalign treatment. If you'd like straighter teeth but don't know where to begin, using SmileView to visualise your new smile is a great place to start. Try on your Invisalign Smile.


Celebrity Orthodontics

Having good teeth is a huge part of creating the ideal appearance. Many celebrities have undergone orthodontic treatment for a straighter, more aesthetically pleasing smile. Learn more about celebrity orthodontics.

October 2019 Newsletter

Our October newsletter is now available, this month you can find out more about specialist orthodontics, whether adults can have braces, and read some of our latest blogs.

Read the October 2019 Newsletter.

September 2019 Newsletter

Our September newsletter is here, this month you can learn about the orthodontic process and how it could benefit you, find out more about our finance options, and read some of our brand-new blogs.

Read the September 2019 Newsletter.

Filling the Gaps: Orthodontics vs Dental Implants

Gaps in your smile can cause you to lose confidence, and also make eating and speaking difficult. There are various treatments available that can fill gaps in your smile, and in this blog we look at how orthodontics compare to implants for filling the gap. Learn more about braces vs implants.

Can Adults Have Braces?

We often think of braces as a dental treatment for children; however, this couldn't be further from the truth. Orthodontic treatment can help correct misaligned or crooked teeth for adults, resulting in both a healthier and more aesthetically pleasing smile.

Discover why more adults are having orthodontic treatment.

Can Adults Have Braces

August 2019 Newsletter

Our August newsletter is here. This is the first of our monthly newsletters in which we provide our latest news, our best tips and tricks, and our hottest offers. Make sure you sign up to our mailing list so you don't miss out.

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World Dental Schools

View all the schools that are both at home and abroad which offer dental qualifications.

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Harley Street Specialist’s Comprehensive Orthodontic Care Guide

Caring for your teeth and braces during orthodontic treatment is important, and may require some additions to your oral hygiene routine. In our latest blog, we provide a care guide for your braces, that can help ensure both your teeth and braces remain healthy. Take a look at our comprehensive braces care guide.

Drinking Very Hot Tea Linked with Risk 1 Type Oesophageal Cancer

A recent study of more than 50,000 people in Iran has suggested a clear link between drinking very hot tea every day and increased risk of squamous cell oesophageal cancer. Although drinking hot tea could raise risk, it is believed to be far smaller than the risk given by alcohol, smoking, diet and obesity.

These results may not apply to people living in the UK however, as there are differences in our tea drinking habits and other lifestyle factors. People in the UK who want to reduce their risk of developing cancer should start with quitting smoking, reducing their intake of alcohol, maintaining a healthy weight and stopping acid reflux. Even so, it is still a sensible precaution to drink your tea at a reasonable temperature.

You can view the full article here.

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Look for a Specialist

The General Dental Council (GDC) have a registry of specialist dentists in the UK. Look for a specialist today.

Robert De Niro Receives Treatment from Emergency Dentist

The Godfather star Robert De Niro needed treatment from an emergency dentist after his tooth fell out whilst eating toast - ironically, a day before he was due to start working on a Warburtons ad. He'll be receiving full treatment for his tooth when he gets back to Los Angeles. You can view the full article here.

Tooth Fairy's Generosity Map

A recent study by SunLife has revealed that the average amount that the tooth fairy leaves under children's pillows across the UK is £1.42. The average has increased since last year, where the average price for a child's tooth was £1.31. Children from Northern Ireland earn more on average for their teeth than those elsewhere in the UK, at £2.14 per tooth. Meanwhile, children living in Bristol earn the least on average for their teeth, at 85p per tooth. You can view the full article here.

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