• The Most Common Orthodontic Procedures

    a woman holds up two different dental retainers next to her beautiful smile Orthodontists are dental specialists who work to correct tooth alignment and bite problems in order to give you a perfect smile. Here, we’re listing a few of the most common treatments that orthodontists carry out.

    Traditional Braces

    Traditional metal braces are still a hugely popular form of orthodontic treatment across Australia for adults, teenagers and children. Braces consist of a series of brackets attached directly to your teeth, linked by wires which work to pull the teeth into their correct position.

    Your orthodontist will tighten or loosen the wires over time as your teeth move over the course of a few months or years, depending on your situation. At Tony Weir Orthodontics, we can use subtle tooth-coloured brackets to minimise the aesthetic impact of your brace.

    Lingual Braces

    Lingual braces are similar to traditional braces in that they attach to your teeth and work to correct improper alignment. To affix a lingual brace, your orthodontist will attach brace brackets to the back of your teeth so that they are hidden from view.

    The advantage of this system is that you still achieve the same straight smile but without having to feel self-conscious about wearing a brace. In addition to this, lingual braces have much less impact on your speech as they don’t interfere with the movement of your lips.

    Invisalign

    Invisalign is a highly effective method of straightening your teeth and correcting your smile without using braces. Instead of metal brackets and wires, you wear a clear plastic aligner tray on your teeth like a retainer. These trays get changed every two weeks to adjust to the changing shape of your teeth and can be removed for eating and cleaning throughout the day.

    The biggest advantage of choosing Invisalign is that the aligners are virtually invisible so no one will know that you’re wearing them. This means that there’s no need to deal with confidence issues whilst you’re undergoing treatment as you will look exactly the same, only with your smile becoming straighter over time.

    Retainers

    A retainer or removable appliance is recommended for patients who have recently had tooth realignment treatment in order to maintain the new shape of their teeth. In order to keep your bite corrected and prevent teeth from shifting back into their original place, your orthodontist will prescribe you a retainer to wear at certain times.

    There are a number of different types of removable appliances and the right one for you will depend on the treatment you’ve had and the issues that remain. Banded or bonded retainers can be glued to the back of teeth to maintain correct placement of one or more teeth, or a clear retainer can be worn overnight.

    Orthodontic Elastics

    Orthodontic elastics are a special type of rubber bands which are used in conjunction with your braces to help correct jaw problems or tooth alignment. These bands can pull your jaw forwards or backwards in order to improve your bite and speed up the process of tooth alignments.

    To find out about how orthodontic treatment can help you get that killer smile, call Tony Weir Orthodontics now on 07 3054 6767 or visit our contact page for more ways to get in touch.

  • Our Product Recommendations – Toothbrushes, Floss and Mouthwashes

    With hundreds of dental care products making claims to improve your oral health at home , it can be difficult to know what to choose. The most important thing is to make sure that you’re brushing your teeth twice a day for two minutes; however, by using some of the great products listed below, you can achieve an even better clean without relying on your dentist.With hundreds of dental care products making claims to improve your oral health at home , it can be difficult to know what to choose. The most important thing is to make sure that you’re brushing your teeth twice a day for two minutes; however, by using some of the great products listed below, you can achieve an even better clean without relying on your dentist.

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    Best for a Deep Clean

    Piksters Interdental Brushes

    These are small round brushes, designed to clean the most hard-to-reach places between your teeth and gums to give a deeper clean. Where dental floss cleans in a straight line between teeth, Piksters have lateral bristles that spring out to remove plaque in the small crevices where dental decay and gum disease begin. This easy-to-use design is overtaking flossing as the most popular supplement to oral care routines around the world.

    Best for Sensitive Teeth

    Sensodyne Repair and Protect Toothpaste

    This toothpaste can provide lasting relief from sensitivity as well as containing an ingredient called NovaMin, which builds a reparative layer over your teeth and protects them from pain. Sensodyne also contains fluoride to prevent cavities and has a great fresh taste. After a short time using Sensodyne Repair and Protect, users find that their sensitivity to hot and cold is significantly reduced so you can continue to enjoy your favourite food and drinks without worrying about sensitive teeth!

    Best Investment for At-Home Care

    Foreo Issa Electric Toothbrush

    This is not a cheap toothbrush, but if you have issues with gum disease or tooth decay then this futuristic product is well worth the investment. The high-tech pulsating silicone brush is 35 times more hygienic than standard brush heads, generating the perfect amount of friction to remove stains and plaque while being gentle on tooth enamel and sensitive gums. The flexible brush head can adapt to clean any tooth surface and navigate hard to reach places. Treat your teeth to this revolutionary tool and we guarantee you’ll notice the difference.

    Best Everyday Brush

    Colgate Extra Clean

    If you’re looking for a great toothbrush for all the family on a budget, look no further than the Colgate Extra Clean brush, available in soft or medium varieties. The bristles are different heights in order to give an all-over clean for your teeth and gums, with a special cleaning tip to access the very back of your mouth. On the back of the head, you’ll find a tongue cleaner to remove odour-causing bacteria, and the handle is ergonomically designed with rubber thumb grips for better control.

    Best All-Round Mouthwash

    Listerine Total Care Zero Alcohol

    Most mouthwashes simply cover bad breath with a fresh scent, so it’s best to choose a product that has genuine anti-bacterial properties in order to promote good oral health. Listerine contains active ingredients which are proven to kill germs, reduce plaque, protect gums and prevent tartar build up. The zero alcohol formula has a less intense taste so you feel minty fresh without an overwhelmingly strong scent.

    To find out more about dental care at home or to make an appointment for an orthodontic consultation call us now on 07 3054 6767 or visit our contact page for more ways to get in touch.

  • Children and Orthodontics

    Orthodontics plays an important part in both your child’s health and the appearance of their smile. Early detection and prevention is the key to their future oral health, so read on to find out more about children’s orthodontics.

    a happy young girl wearing braces holds up her hands to the camera showing they are covered in paint

    When Should My Child First See an Orthodontist?

    The Australian Society of Orthodontists recommends the first orthodontic appointment around the age of 6 or 7. This is the stage at which adult teeth usually appear and enough baby teeth will have erupted for developmental issues to become clear. At this stage, your orthodontist will decide whether treatment is necessary straight away or if it would be better to wait until your child is a little older.

    Early Intervention is Key

    Early intervention in your child’s orthodontic issues aims to reduce or eliminate the need for further treatment in later life. As a parent, early treatment can represent huge potential savings on more serious treatment at a later date as well as avoiding the stress of oral surgery. Professional treatment of tooth alignment or jaw issues at an early age can set your child up with a beautiful healthy smile for life.

    Why Does My Young Child Need Treatment?

    In some circumstances, it is recommended to postpone treatment for a few years but in many cases, your orthodontist will choose to intervene as early as possible when there is something wrong. A young child’s teeth and jaws are easier to shape so treatment is much simpler than on a fully-grown adult mouth. Your orthodontist’s goal is not just to fix problems but to prevent them occurring in the future.

    Childhood Orthodontic Treatments

    The most common orthodontic treatment for children is a brace or retainer . These are designed to correct misalignment which is both a functional and aesthetic issue. If severe misalignment goes untreated, this can cause problems with eating and speaking in later life as well as self-confidence issues from having a crooked smile.

    Braces for children are very common and can be made to look as subtle or brightly-coloured as your child would like. Other problems such as protruding teeth, overcrowding, poor bite alignment or congenitally missing teeth can be solved using specific treatment methods.

    Signs Your Child Should Visit an Orthodontist

    All children develop in their own way so it can be difficult to tell if your child’s teeth are growing in properly. However, there are a few warning signs to watch out for when monitoring your child’s oral health. If your child loses their baby teeth very early or late, has difficulty chewing or biting, or has teeth that seem to meet abnormally then it’s worth getting this checked by an orthodontic specialist.

    In addition to this, there are several common oral habits amongst small children that can give rise to orthodontic issues in the future, such as thumb sucking, breathing through the mouth, tooth grinding and tongue thrusting.

    To find out about how orthodontic treatment can help your child, call Tony Weir Orthodontics now on 07 3054 6767 or visit our contact page for more ways to get in touch.

  • Conquering Your Dental Anxiety

    Dental anxiety affects many Australians and it’s very common for patients to be nervous when visiting their orthodontist, too. Here at Tony Weir Orthodontics, we understand that many of our patients experience nervousness around their treatment and we endeavour to do everything we can to make your visit as stress-free as possible. Below, we list a few of our top tips on how to alleviate dental anxiety.

    a female orthodontist and her assistant speak to an older man about his dental anxiety

    Honesty is the Best Policy

    If you’re nervous about your upcoming appointment, then make sure to tell your orthodontist . They will be very familiar with your concerns and if they know that you are nervous, they can help you to feel more comfortable. Try to speak to the orthodontist that you will be seeing in advance so you can discuss what your appointment will involve, what tools and techniques will be used and how long the process will take.

    Often, the biggest part of dental anxiety is a fear of the unknown, so finding out as much about your treatment as you can will make it a lot less nerve-wracking. If you know of ways in which your orthodontist can help to alleviate your fears, let them know – they want you to have a positive experience and will do everything they can to make that happen.

    Bring a Companion

    There’s no need for you to be alone during your appointment, unless medically necessary, so ask your orthodontist if you can bring a friend or relative. Having someone with you who understands your feelings can be very calming and they can also be a distraction when you need it. Whether you want someone to hold your hand, pull funny faces to distract you or talk you through what’s going on inside your mouth, these can all help reassure you during your appointment.

    Distract Your Focus

    When you’re nervous about undergoing orthodontic treatment, it can be hard to think about anything else. Although most treatments will be painless, they can be uncomfortable, and focusing on your discomfort will not help you to feel calm. Ask your orthodontist whether it’s possible for you to listen to headphones while they carry out their work and you can distract yourself with your favourite podcast or playlist.

    If this isn’t possible then think up some other mind distractions before you get in the chair – this could be replaying the plot of a movie you saw recently, planning the details of your next holiday or trying to remember every item in your last grocery shop.

    Gain Back Control

    Often the nerves surrounding orthodontic treatment stem from the lack of control you may feel over what’s happening whilst you’re in the chair. If you think this is the root cause of your anxiety, speak to your orthodontist in advance to arrange a signal you can give to show that you feel uncomfortable or worried. Even just having the option of using this signal can make you feel more in control of what’s happening and calm your nerves.

    To speak to our friendly team about your concerns and find out how we can help, call us now on 07 3054 6767 or visit our contact page for more ways to get in touch.

  • What is the Difference between an Orthodontist and a Dentist?

    Orthodontists and dentists both serve similar roles in looking after your oral health, but they do this in different ways. In this article, we look at the similarities and differences between these two disciplines.

    Varying Educational Backgrounds

    Both dentists and orthodontists have completed 5 years of dental training to obtain a bachelors degree in dentistry. At this stage, you become a qualified dentist but you must then undertake 3 further years of postgraduate study to become a specialist orthodontist . All orthodontists are therefore qualified and trained dentists, but dentists are not qualified in orthodontics which is why your general dentist will refer you to a specialist for orthodontic treatment.

    Different Focus of Treatment

    This is where the main differences between the two professions lie. Dentistry is a broad discipline which deals with many issues of teeth, gums, nerves and jaws whereas orthodontics focuses on tooth alignment , bite correction and occlusion. Your dentist is focused on improving and maintaining your overall oral health but more severe teeth and jaw problems are dealt with by an orthodontic specialist.

    Complementary Practices

    Dentists and orthodontists can work together to treat patients. If your regular dentist thinks you need orthodontic work, they will refer you to a specialist and vice versa. You don’t need a referral to go to an orthodontist or a dentist in Brisbane, but when you do get a referral from a professional, you trust you’re going to the right place.

    Who Do I Need to See?

    If you think of an orthodontist as a specialist for correcting the alignment of your teeth, and a dentist as a caretaker for your overall oral health then it’s simple to work out which professional you need to see. If you have a problem with infection, disease, tooth pain or are looking for cosmetic treatments such as whitening or veneers then your general dentist covers all of these. For braces, Invisalign and other tooth straightening treatments, you’ll need an appointment with an orthodontic specialist.

    To find out if orthodontic treatment is the right choice for you, call Tony Weir Orthodontics on 07 3054 6767 or visit our contact page for more ways to get in touch.

  • How to Get a Killer Smile

    We would all love to have a smile that lights up the room and makes you feel like a Hollywood star, so aside from proper brushing and flossing, what else can you do to achieve your dream look? Read on to find out!

    Whitening

    Tooth whitening is one of the most affordable and fast ways to improve the appearance of your teeth. There is a huge range of options for whitening procedures including both at-home and in-chair treatments. The right choice for you will depend on your budget, time constraints and the overall effect you want to achieve. Whitening is a great first step in your smile makeover to give you an instant confidence boost.

    Braces

    Braces are the most popular way to correct tooth alignment for adults and children across Australia. A system of brackets and wires across your teeth helps to slowly guide them into the correct position to reveal a beautiful straight smile when treatment is complete. Braces are an affordable way to realign teeth. Here at Tony Weir Orthodontics, we offer tooth-coloured brackets to give a subtler look.

    Lingual Braces

    If you want to straighten your teeth without wearing visible braces, then lingual braces – also known as ‘incognito braces’ are a great option. For this treatment, the brackets and wires attach to the back of your teeth so they are much less noticeable and don’t distort the natural contour of your lips so they won’t affect your speech in the same way.

    Invisalign

    Invisalign is the future of tooth realignment. This system uses a series of clear, removable brace trays to straighten your teeth with guaranteed results. Your treatment will be mapped out using 3D imaging so your progress is highly predictable, and the aligners are virtually invisible. Our patients find that wearing their Invisalign trays is very comfortable and, as they can be removed for eating and cleaning, they affect your daily life much less than traditional braces.

    Reshaping

    If you only have one or two small imperfections in your teeth then reshaping or contouring could be the solution for you. This simple procedure can correct irregularities in the shape and texture of your teeth, such as small chips, pointy canines, overlong teeth or surface flaws. Contouring can also be carried out in conjunction with realignment treatment such as braces or Invisalign to complete your smile transformation.

    Removable Appliances

    Once you’ve completed treatment to achieve that killer smile, now you have to maintain it! Orthodontic procedures such as braces or Invisalign are highly successful in realigning your teeth and perfecting your smile; however, in order to keep your teeth from shifting back into incorrect position, you’ll need to use a removable appliance (or retainer ) after your treatment. This can be a clear retainer worn at night, a plate retainer for upper or lower arches or a discreet bonded retainer on your lower front teeth.

    To find out how the Tony Weir Orthodontics team can help you to get the killer smile you’ve always dreamed of, call us now on 07 3054 6767 or visit our contact page for more ways to get in touch.

  • How to Choose an Orthodontist

    Choosing an orthodontist is an important decision as you will be spending significant time and money on your treatment. Below, we list some of the key factors to consider when making your decision.

    a young female orthodontist stands in her treatment room with a family of patients

    Convenient Location

    When searching for a new orthodontist, finding a practice in a convenient location is an important factor. Make sure the location fits into your daily routine and not simply near your home – if you are planning orthodontic treatment for yourself then a location near to your workplace will be most convenient. If you are arranging treatment for your child, a practice near their school will minimise time away from the classroom. The Tony Weir team works out of two offices in Corinda and Greenslopes so you can arrange appointments at whichever location is best for you.

    Practical Opening Times

    At Tony Weir, we understand it can be difficult to fit orthodontic appointments into your busy schedule, so we offer extended opening times for your convenience. Tuesday-Saturday, one of our offices is open from 7.45am so you have the freedom to make appointments before school or work begins for the day. In addition to this, our Corinda office is open on Saturdays for those times when a weekday appointment just isn’t possible.

    Advanced Technology

    We believe that in order to give the best possible care to our patients, it is vital to keep up with the latest advances in orthodontic technology, including the best in diagnostic imaging and treatment services. One example of the technology that we use is heat-activated brace wires which control the rate of your teeth movement and result in fewer adjustment visits.

    Client Focus

    Orthodontic treatment can take upwards of 12 months to complete, so you want to know that you’ll be spending time in a caring environment with dental and office staff who put patient needs first. At Tony Weir Orthodontics, we see your first consultation as the start of our relationship and pledge to always do the very best we can in looking after you, we listen to you when you talk and do our very best to minimise waiting times.

    Leaders in the Field

    Whether you’re looking for Invisalign, braces or combined treatments, you want to be safe in the hands of an experienced and knowledgeable team. Our practice was the first in Australia to achieve platinum-level certification from Invisalign and our founder, Dr Weir, has continued to drive the practice forward ever since. With over 30 years of experience, Dr Weir is not only a highly qualified orthodontic specialist but also a lecturer and clinical consultant for Invisalign internationally.

    Reputation

    A great way to choose your next orthodontist is by relying on recommendations, testimonials and past patient experiences. When you know patients before you have had successful treatment and a positive orthodontic experience, it gives you peace of mind that you’re making the right decision. Check out our smile gallery to see the stunning transformations we have worked to achieve for real patients.

    Understand the Costs

    Shopping around for treatment doesn’t just mean choosing the cheapest service but finding a solution that is right for your unique needs. At Tony Weir, we do not claim to be the cheapest practice in Brisbane, but we are committed to providing the best possible treatment using the most appropriate products. We will provide you with a detailed treatment quotation in advance so that there are no nasty surprises and no hidden costs. We can also offer payment plans to help ease the burden.

    To learn more about what we offer at Tony Weir Orthodontics, call us now on 07 3054 6767 or visit our contact page for more ways to get in touch.

  • Our Easy Guide to Cleaning Your Teeth with Braces

    Braces can achieve amazing results in straightening and realigning your teeth, but it’s important to look after both your teeth and your braces throughout the entire treatment. When you’re going through the discomfort and expense of wearing braces for a length of time, the last thing you want is to cause tooth decay, gum disease or tooth staining from improper oral care. Below, we list some top tips on how to look after your teeth with braces.

    a woman smiles wearing braces while she holds up dental cleaning tools

    Get the Right Brush

    When you’re wearing a brace with brackets, wires and sometimes elastics, there are a lot of additional places for food particles to become trapped in your mouth and risk causing a build-up of bacteria. In order to clean these small surfaces and harder to reach areas, you should choose a brush with a smaller head. Try the Oral B ‘Ortho’ manual toothbrush or ‘Ortho’ head for electric toothbrushes which are specially designed to clean around braces.

    Be Gentle

    It can be tempting to be more enthusiastic with your tooth brushing when cleaning around a brace as you’re worried about getting rid of any debris, but be careful not to aggravate gums that could be sore from recent orthodontic treatment or brace adjustment. Choose a toothbrush with soft nylon bristles and brush thoroughly but gently, covering all four quadrants of your mouth in turn.

    Use a Floss Threader

    Trying to floss teeth under braces isn’t easy, but you can simplify the process by using an orthodontic floss threader. This is a thin piece of flexible plastic that you can thread like a needle to get floss onto the other side of teeth. Floss picks are another tool that can make flossing easier with braces – these have a short section of floss held between two prongs that you can use with one hand to get between the brace brackets.

    Kill Bacteria with Mouthwash

    If you’re worried that you can no longer reach every part of your mouth with a toothbrush or floss now that you have a brace , then make sure to use mouthwash as part of your oral care routine. Mouthwashes such as Colgate Advanced Pro-Shield have antibacterial properties to kill 99% of germs on contact, reduce the build-up of plaque and help to prevent gingivitis. On top of this the mouthwash will leave you with fresh breath and 12 hours of protection against germs – what more could you want!

    For more advice on cleaning your teeth with braces from the team of ortho-experts at Tony Weir Orthodontics, call us now on 07 3054 6767 or visit our contact page for more ways to get in touch.

  • Advantages of Having Straight Teeth

    Thinking about getting braces? The team at Tony Weir has collated a list of very valid reasons why straight teeth matter and the benefits that come with a beautiful smile.

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    Health Benefits Associated With Straight Teeth

    When your teeth are misaligned, food particles can lodge between your teeth resulting in an increased chance of plaque build-up. This translates into a snowball effect because the more food build-up, the more plaque; therefore, the more concern for periodontal disease and gum disease.

    An improper bite also means you can’t chew food properly, which can lead to gastrointestinal problems. Since your oral and body health is connected, it is imperative to correct any oral conditions or irregularities to avoid serious health problems from occurring. If your teeth remain misaligned, this can pose a risk to your overall health.

    Again, a trickle-down effect takes place. Gum disease is a common issue faced by those with misaligned teeth as a result of plaque build-up which leads to tooth decay and erosion. Gum disease causes inflammation of the gums which, in severe cases, can lead to serious systemic health issues such as heart disease and diabetes.

    Remember, inflammation is not your friend and should be avoided at all costs. Deciding to correct your misaligned teeth can most certainly keep your teeth looking aesthetically pleasing as well as keeping your overall health in check.

    Straight Teeth To Enhance Your Appearance

    Thanks to advances in dental technology, braces have evolved considerably over the past 15 years. The days of referring to people wearing braces as “metal mouth” are done and dusted. More lightweight and cosmetically friendly options are now available and widely used as the preferred choice for orthodontic treatment. These include:

    Invisible braces: At Tony Weir Orthodontics, we make sure that the shape will be ideal to your case in order to get the results you want. As an option, instead of the metal brackets used on conventional braces, we use tooth coloured brackets which are virtually invisible and very difficult to detect.

    The length of the treatment will depend on how far the teeth need to be moved. Some treatments can take a few months while there are other cases that may need longer treatment.

    Invisalign – the clear alternative to braces: Patients wear a series of clear, removable orthodontic aligners that are adjusted as the teeth shift into place without metal or wires.

    The best part, Invisalign is virtually invisible! However, unlike braces, these clear aligners can be removed while you eat and brush your teeth as usual.

    The course of treatment involves changing aligners approximately every two weeks, progressively moving your teeth into straighter position until the desired result is achieved—a beautiful straight smile.

    Cosmetic Benefits for Teens and Professionals

    Invisalign and invisible braces have become very popular alternatives to metal braces among adults and also teens.

    For adults, they can make a great difference not only to their personal but also their professional lives, and with new technology such as Invisalign, young professionals now have the option to remove their ‘braces’ at any given time, should they need to for a special meeting, dinner date etc.

    Which Orthodontic Option is Best For You?

    Everyone is unique, and so are your teeth and although one option may be suited to one person it may not suit another. That is why it is imperative to have your mouth professionally examined.

    Here at Tony Weir Orthodontics in Greenslopes and Corinda we will conduct a full mouth examination, complete with x-rays to assess your mouth and determine the best orthodontic treatment plan for you.

    Our dentist will work closely with you to ensure you are comfortable and confident with the various options available so you can make the best decision for you.

    It’s Never Too Late To Get Braces

    Both children and adults alike can benefit from braces treatment. For children, it is recommended to start treatment when they have all their permanent teeth, usually by the age of 7 or 8.

    Although more time is needed for adults to get the final results, you will see that the final result of the treatment will be just as effective.

    Find out more about our treatments. Contact us via email or call 07 3278 1492 to schedule an appointment with Dr Tony Weir.

  • Why Teens May Need Adult Braces

    Did you have braces as a teenager but have found that your smile has lost some of its straightness over the years? Many adults don’t realise that neglecting to wear their removable retainers could be one of the most common reasons they require braces later in life.

    a teenager holding clear removable Invisalign aligners

    For some adults, a second round of braces will be required to address teeth that have shifted back and become misaligned. Braces may also be required later in life to address issues with your bite, which can have an effect on your whole body. Read on to find out more about the reasons why you many need adult braces.

    Wear Your Retainer after Braces for Best Results

    If you’ve been through the experience of braces, you’ll want to hold onto that new smile. After all, a lot of time, care, and money go into aligning your teeth.

    It’s vital that you continue to follow your orthodontist’s advice and plan, even after you’ve had your braces removed. To keep your teeth from shifting back and continue correcting your bite, you must keep wearing devices such as plates and retainers , as advised by your orthodontist.

    Correct Your Bite with Adult Braces

    Many people believe that braces and other orthodontic treatments are only about appearances and therefore opt to skip them.

    However, orthodontic treatment doesn’t just improve the aesthetics of your smile – it also works to improve your bite. Misaligned bites, either through overbite or underbite, can cause pain you might not even know is related to your teeth, through headaches and muscular pain as well as issues with digestion.

    In this way, braces can have a positive effect on your overall health that goes much deeper than improving your appearance.

    Improve Your Sleep with Orthodontics

    Braces can also help adults who have trouble sleeping or breathing because of the position of their teeth. If you have jaw pain, difficulty chewing, or you grind your teeth at night, it may be connected to bad teeth positioning. In this case, you might require orthodontic treatment such as adult braces.

    Book an appointment with Tony Weir for a

    If you have concerns, the best approach is to book in with an experienced and professional orthodontist for an individual consultation.

    If you can’t wait to get started on your dream smile, book a consultation with a professional orthodontist at Tony Weir Orthodontics . We will be able to examine your teeth and jaw, and then advise you of the best treatment plan for you.

    Your orthodontist will help you determine the proper course of action to not only give you a more beautiful smile, but a properly functioning one that lasts a lifetime. Call 07 3278 1492 or contact us online to make an appointment today.