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Dentist aims to show early orthodontic treatment can prevent dental problems


A Shropshire dentist is hoping to let parents know that providing orthodontic treatment for children could reduce the risks of crowding and the need for tooth extractions later in life; Dr Emily Wright BDS has started to raise awareness at Esthetique Dental Practice, just outside Shrewsbury, by providing free consultations to under-fives who come with a parent.

The revolutionary treatment is known as Dento-facial Orthopaedics; it aims to utilise growth and muscle forces to make enough room on the jaw for the adult teeth to grow through, Dr Wright explains that ‘research has shown that a great many people have a misalignment of their underlying jaw relationship which results in crowding and crookedness of their teeth, and often this runs in families.’ She added that undergoing orthopaedic orthodontics at an earlier age gives the jaw an opportunity to develop in the right way, giving greater space for the teeth to grown naturally.

Dr Wright also said ‘The ideal age to begin orthopaedic is between 6 and 10 years, which gets a child’s smile off to a good start at an early age – and long before they are likely to become self-conscious about smiling and lose confidence because their teeth are less than perfect. The treatment is however suitable for patients of any age.’

Wirral dentist voted best in north-west


A Wirral dentist has been voted bset in the north-west.

Simon Wright of Glencairn Dental Practice in Bebington has been voted best young dentist in the north-west at the 2009 Dentistry Awards. wirral dentist

Local paper the Wirral Globe reported Dr Wright beat competition from 500 other practitioners to take the coveted title, with categories split into nine regions throughout the UK.

“I was delighted to have been nominated for this award and then to find out that I won best young dentist was brilliant, especially as the competition was of a very high standard,” commented Dr Wright, who is also an acting partner in the newly re-opened Glenside practice in Pensby.

Elsewhere, the British Dental Association recently awarded Preston dental surgery Lane Ends Dental Practice the BDA Good Practice award for providing ” an exceptional” level of care.

The organisation noted resident dentists Dr Kaviani and Dr Tehranian are passionate about patient care and between them have over 2,500 hours of training and experience.

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