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“I am so grateful to have found SmileLux. I was a nervous patient who hadn’t been to the dentist for a while. However Dr Hirani put ..read more
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  Our lovely patient Chanel was delighted with the transformation of her smile for her wedding. We used ceramic braces to realign her ..read more
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As with everything in life, the world of Orthodontics is also changing all the time and moving forward with new age technology to improve ..read more
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Teeth move all the time Many people do not realise that teeth are mobile. They are held into the jaw bone by periodontal ligaments. ..read more
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Huge congratulations to our specialist orthodontist Dr Sunil Hirani for recently passing his World Society of Lingual Orthodontics (WSLO ..read more
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“When I started treatment, I was not confident with my smile. I had a lot of teeth removed as a young child and the experience left me ..read more
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Children should be monitored as young as age 7 for future orthodontic treatment. Often actual treatment will not start until a child has ..read more
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We often hear people say that they are considering veneers or braces to straighten their teeth. Veneers and crowns are often the only ..read more
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This patient had what we call a “Deep Bite” meaning that the upper front teeth cover far too much of the lower teeth when biting. This ..read more

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