If you’re looking for orthodontic treatment, you may wish to keep the fact that you’re wearing braces a secret. Lingual Braces are a virtually invisible orthodontic solution. Fitted to the back of your teeth, they can’t be seen from the front, making them invisible to onlookers. This bespoke adult orthodontic treatment is perfect for adults looking for a discreet treatment that achieves swifter results than removable aligners. They’re also convenient – you won’t need to remove them for cleaning and won’t need to remind yourself to put them back in!Book Appointment
At Crescent Lodge Dental Practice, we’re extremely proud to have with us an experienced dentist with a special interest in orthodontics. Dr. Dino Birkenstock is particularly interested in early functional brace systems for children and fixed orthodontic treatments such as lingual braces.
“I have been their patient for over two years and I hope to be there for more years. They take care of my teeth like no one in the UK before. Even my spouse is part of the patient list. EXCELLENT care and customer service. Attention detail much appreciated.”
Our patients from Clapham Common, Balham, Clapham, London, South Side and across SW4 welcome the fact that they can budget for their orthodontic treatment by paying in monthly instalments with 0% interest.
For more information about lingual braces in London or to book a consultation with our lingual braces experts, please contact us today! Call us on 020 7622 5333, email email@example.com or complete our contact form.
This will vary depending on your individual needs. Your orthodontist should be able to give you a more accurate estimation at your initial consultation but the average treatment duration is 4-6 months.
Regular appointments will allow your orthodontist to review your progress and give you the chance to ask any questions you might have. These will usually be scheduled every 4-5 weeks.
Yes, Lingual Braces can be used to straighten just a few teeth, including those at the front. Treatment of this kind will usually be quicker and more affordable.
You won’t need to make any dramatic changes to your diet, but we will advise that you avoid hard, sticky, or chewy foods and biting on the front teeth.
As with all braces, you may experience some discomfort over the first few days as your braces begin the process of moving your teeth into the desired position. Your mouth will quickly adjust to this however, and discomfort should be minimal.
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