It has been reported that as many as 40% of the British public are currently unhappy with their teeth. Our teeth certainly mean a lot to us, for their visible during almost all of our speech and expressions. If you’re unhappy with crooked, misaligned, or just generally unappealing teeth, then the chances are you’ve considered… Read More
Now you’ve got your Invisalign invisible braces, how do you clean them and take care of them to make sure they continue to perform perfectly? They’ve very different to braces and not so different to retainers, so what is the proper cleaning method to make sure you get the best out of your Invisalign treatment?… Read More
We have brilliant news: braces are capable of far more than just straightening your teeth! While our braces are great for, obviously, straightening your teeth, they actually come with a world of health benefit. Not only can we straighten your cosmetic smile, but your teeth could look, feel, and function at their best too.
Many people yearn for straighter teeth, but some don’t want the obvious and brash appearance of traditional braces. At Down House Dental Practice, we offer Invisalign braces, a clear and plastic braces treatment. Over time, the braces gradually move your teeth into much more flattering position and can treat a number of teeth and mouth… Read More
How well do you understand what your teen is going through? If you’re a parent to a teenager, it’s been a few years since you were a teenager yourself, so you may not remember the awkwardness you felt when hormonal changes took place. The I newspaper recently summed up the next generation as more open… Read More
Model Winnie Harlow has been quoted in many style magazines this week, giving her support for Invisalign braces. The points she makes is that if beauty is important for your career, or the confidence you have in your looks is important for your happiness, then why shouldn’t you wear braces. She was, we believe, addressing… Read More
When we look at traditional braces, it seems obvious to us how they can be used to move teeth into a more flattering position. Brackets, which are bonded to the tooth surfaces, hold the wires in place. The wires are then periodically tightened by your dentist in Steyning, in order to maintain a constant pressure… Read More