Our team at Specialist Orthodontist Harley Street are extremely grateful to all our patients for working with us during this difficult time. We're working hard to ensure that we can carry on providing high quality service.
As we are still social distancing, we will be continuing to offer patients initial and follow-up virtual consultations.
In our May newsletter, find out how you can challenge your family to improve their oral health for National Smile Month; learn about where you can receive orthodontic treatment; and read our latest blogs.
If you require emergency orthodontic support, our orthodontic helpline is still open. You can reach our orthodontic helpline by calling 073 6835 8296.
National Smile Month is a campaign running from the 18th May to the 18th June, aimed towards promoting good oral health through three messages:
- Regular brushing with a fluoride toothpaste, including last thing at night.
- Reducing the amount of sugary food and drink you consume.
- Visiting your dentist regularly, as recommended.
These three messages help us develop and maintain healthy teeth and gums, with the ultimate goal being to improve our physical and mental well-being. By bringing together both individuals and organisations who are passionate about good oral healthcare, National Smile Month can help improve the health of smiles around the world.
To get involved; why not challenge your family to brush their teeth with fluoride toothpaste for at least 2 minutes? You can time them using your phone.
Typically, you will have your treatment either in a practice or dental hospital. If you're going through the NHS you will need a referral so you can receive treatment at a hospital. This will often happen if you require more advanced or complicated treatment.
Alternatively, if you opt for private treatment you can choose which practice you are treated at. This way, you can find a provider who has the necessary experience and qualifications to straighten your teeth.
No matter where you receive treatment, make sure you're aware of what orthodontics can and cannot achieve. You may have a number of dental problems that have been caused by crooked teeth, which will require prior treatment before you can receive orthodontics.
Our Latest Blogs
Orthodontic treatments are ideal for fixing crooked teeth along with various problematic teeth positioning. We will lead you through our efficient and meticulous treatment process, along with the various orthodontic...
At Specialist Orthodontist Harley Street, we strive to provide the best possible care and professional services. With a highly experienced team, we aim to give you full confidence in your smile...