1. When is the best age for my child to have a brace?

    9th October 2009 by thecourtyardclinic

    Children as young as three or four, can star to show signs that there may be problems with their ‘bite’ when they are older. Early advice and often simple treatment between the ages of five and ten can reduce the need for further extensive treatment when the child is older.
    Around 75% of 12 year olds would benefit from orthodontic treatment and almost half suffer from a bad ‘bite’ and under developed jaws.
    We offer a free consultation to children and their parents so you can more clearly understand what modern orthodontics and dentofacial orthopaedics can offer you and your child.


  2. I’m a nervous patient, can you help?

    8th October 2009 by thecourtyardclinic

    Our considerable experience in treating anxious or phobic patients means we fully understand what a big step coming to the dentist can be for some people.
    We can offer the latest intravenous sedation techniques designed to help you relax whilst still being aware of what is going on….. as well as treatment with Tender Loving Care (TLC) which is sometimes all that is needed.
    We have designed our clinic to make the patients feel relaxed and comfortable. Longer appointments and complex treatment can be easily carried out without causing you any stress.
    http://www.dentalphobia.co.uk/dentists/surrey-dentist.html


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