Best Patient Care Finalists
Teeth-In-Line Orthodontics Blog
by Teeth Inline
2y ago
We are delighted to share the news with you that we have been shortlisted for the ‘Best Patient Care‘ category at the private dentistry awards 2021. This year a record number of entries were received so we are really proud to have achieved this, and to be have been noticed for the way that we care about our patients. Feedback from our patients is so important to us, which is why they are given the opportunity to take part in our survey with working feedback on a regular basis.  We are rated ‘excellent’ with a huge majority ( 98% of patients ) rating us at a 5* service! If you would like ..read more
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DIY BRACES – IS IT WORTH IT
Teeth-In-Line Orthodontics Blog
by Teeth Inline
3y ago
With more companies offering online DIY braces than ever before we wanted to highlight the risks involved, and why we believe seeking a specialist orthodontic consultation is a must to having treatment done safely and effectively. These companies offer a service where you take your own impressions without needing to see a dentist or orthodontist. The braces that we have seen from these companies look similar to clear aligners like invisalign. If you do not see a trained professional; You do not get a full orthodontic assessment or the opportunity to talk about your treatment options. Th ..read more
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Care of your appliance during lock down
Teeth-In-Line Orthodontics Blog
by Teeth Inline
4y ago
Helpful tips & advice on how to look after your orthodontic appliances until we can get you back to see us for appointments Oral hygiene  Ensure that you clean your appliances as you normally would, this means 2 minutes 2 x daily and also use your interbrace brush. It’s so important that you continue to keep your teeth & appliances spotlessly clean. This reduces the risks of decay and damage to your teeth. Ulcers – keep mouth clean and rinse with warm salt water 3-4 times a day Wear your elastics or retainers as prescribed. Keep your orthodontic treatment on track by following the inst ..read more
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We’re learning sign language!
Teeth-In-Line Orthodontics Blog
by Teeth Inline
4y ago
We’re learning sign language! Here at Teethinline, our Orthodontic Therapist Vicky and Treatment Coordinator Katie have been on a course which has introduced them to the world of sign language. We think this is great way to enhance communication with our patients who are profoundly deaf or have hearing difficulties Here Katie tells her story about learning sign language: “ I booked on the basic sign language course as I wanted to learn a new skill and be able to help people personally and patients at work who are hard of hearing. When Vicky and I arrived at the course, we met our tutors Julie ..read more
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Milton Keynes – Best Dental Team
Teeth-In-Line Orthodontics Blog
by Teeth Inline
4y ago
Teeth-in-Line have been awarded for the Best Team in the south east at the FMC dental awards and we couldn’t more proud! The Dentistry Awards are the UK’s largest dental awards ceremony, formally recognising excellent dentistry being carried out by teams and individuals throughout the UK and Ireland. We pride ourselves on our friendly, professional care that we give to our patients in a relaxed environment. We are like a family at work and being recognised for the caring team that we are is a huge achievement for us. Our lovely team look forward to welcoming future patients for their treatment ..read more
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Mouthguards with braces
Teeth-In-Line Orthodontics Blog
by Teeth Inline
4y ago
Do you play contact sports? If so then we recommend you keep your teeth protected with a mouthguard. When playing contact sport such as rugby, hockey, netball, and football there is a chance that you could bit hit in the face and there is a potential risk of damage to the teeth. By wearing a mouthguard you are helping to protect your teeth from impact. Reasons to wear a mouthguard Helps reduce the chance of concussion Protects jaw joint against injury Protects soft tissues from injury Cushions teeth against injury Helps prevent injuries to the jaw and neck There are 2 types of mouthguards: Cus ..read more
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WHY CHOOSE A SPECIALIST FOR YOUR ORTHODONTIC TREATMENT
Teeth-In-Line Orthodontics Blog
by Teeth Inline
4y ago
Shopping around for teeth straightening or invisalign treatments? Should it really matter where you choose to have your treatment done? Yes, we think so! Orthodontics is a very specific area of expertise and only those dentists registered on the orthodontic specialist list with the GDC can call themselves a specialist orthodontist   An orthodontist is a dental professional who has qualified as a dentist and then undergone further specialist training in orthodontics   In the UK, it takes five years to qualify as a dentist. It then takes a further three years to specialise in orthodontics   This ..read more
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The key facts when you have a brace and going on holiday
Teeth-In-Line Orthodontics Blog
by Teeth Inline
4y ago
  Are you undergoing orthodontic treatment at the moment and going on holiday soon? Here are some key facts to remember to ensure you have a smooth holiday and your braces are well looked after. Fixed braces Pack your oral hygiene aids. Don’t forget the essentials, toothbrush, toothpaste, floss, interbrace brushes and orthodontic wax. Good oral hygiene is one of the most important parts of ensuring your orthodontic treatment runs smoothly. So keep up the good work whilst you are on holiday. Don’t panic. If your brace breaks when you are holiday and causing pain then use your orthodontic wax t ..read more
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Change For Life Campaign
Teeth-In-Line Orthodontics Blog
by Teeth Inline
5y ago
Here at Teeth-in-Line a big part of our job is giving our patients dietary advice. When wearing braces, foods with high sugar intake, and fizzy drinks can increase the risk of damage to teeth. Our aim is to give our patients the knowledge to enable them to make healthy choices and help prevent damage to their teeth. We are supporting the change for life campaign which is aimed to show families easy ways they can cut back on sugar, to help tackle growing rates of childhood obesity and dental decay, by encouraging them to make simple like-for-like swaps on foods like fruit juice drinks, breakfas ..read more
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