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Ceramic Braces Manchester

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Ceramic Braces

Ceramic braces operate in much the same way as their metal counterparts, however, they have a huge aesthetic advantage. They are made from ‘tooth-coloured’ white, cream or ivory ceramics that blend in and reduce the visual impact of the realignment while it is taking place.

Ceramic braces tend to be tougher than plastic ones and patients often see quicker results. They are more expensive than metal braces but still represent an extremely cost-effective option.

As with any type of orthodontic treatment, patients must take very good care of ceramic braces, as they can break if not cared for properly. Care should also be taken not to stain them; tooth care and oral hygiene must be a top priority. A mouthguard is advised if you plan to participate in contact sports or activities such as cycling, skateboarding or roller-skating while wearing your brace.

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You can give us a call or drop in to fill in a registration form for you and your children at your convenience.

We recommend registering for a dentist as early as possible, even before you child has his or her first tooth. That way, we can get to know them and they can grow accustomed to visiting us early on. We can also keep an eye on their baby teeth and spot any potential concerns early on.

All our staff are trained in working with nervous patients and will do their utmost to put children at ease. We can offer tours of the surgery and provide all kinds of comforts such as playing their favourite music or audio books while they are seen.

What our Patients say?

Dear Dr Shabs. This is just a note to say thank you SO MUCH for everything you’ve done for me and my disasterous teeth! Ever since I smashed my front teeth in freshers week I felt like I’ve been in the best possible hands! However, I’ve just finished a teaching course and am going to go and teach English in Jordan in two weeks time and therefore have had to register somewhere else 🙁 Whenever I’m back living in Manchester again though, I’ll be back. Cheers again, Helen (the one who does Arabic)
John Smith
Head of ACME