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Incognito Lingual Braces

Many people seek orthodontic treatment to transform their smiles for cosmetic reasons.

However, many seek treatment because of jaw pain, dysfunction, excessive wear or challenges with dental hygiene.

Incognito Lingual braces are suitable for all ages and for all dental concerns – crooked, protruding, inverted, overlapping teeth, or those with spaces and are custom made just for you.

Because they are placed on the back of the teeth next to your tongue, they are virtually invisible from the outside. Lingual braces are placed on the inside/lingual surface of the teeth next to your tongue. Hidden behind the teeth, no one need know – unless you tell them!

incognito-lingual-braces3 Easy Steps in Lingual Braces

  • A model of your teeth is scanned into a computer. We then use this information to plan your treatment.
  • Your bespoke lingual braces are made. Each bracket and wire is made to fit only you.
  • Your lingual braces are fitted behind the teeth.

Most patients experience minimal discomfort and speech interference whilst wearing their lingual brace and after just a short adjustment period.

At Ethicare Dental we pride ourselves on our orthodontic services providing those local to the London area with the best treatment possible. We are also able to provide this procedure to those situated in London boroughs such as Putney and Wandsworth. If you have any questions concerning Incognito Lingual braces or wish to book an appointment please contact the practice.

At Ethicare Dental we pride ourselves on our orthodontic services providing those local to the London area with the best treatment possible. We are also able to provide this procedure to those situated in London boroughs such as Putney and Wandsworth. If you have any questions concerning Incognito Lingual braces or wish to book an appointment please contact the practice.

Dr Priti Acharya BDS Hons, MFDS RCS Eng, MFGDP(UK), MSc, MOrth RCS Eng., FDSOrth RCS Eng. GDC:81083 – Specialist Orthodontistmichelle

Priti qualified with BDS Honours in 2002, from Guy’s, Kings & St. Thomas Dental Institute (Kings College London).  While there, she was awarded several prizes and awards, including the distinguished Newland Pedley Medal for Restorative Dentistry and the Jelf Medal for the best all-rounder dental student graduating in 2002. She undertook a House Officer Post at Guys’ Hospital and West Kent Community Dental Service, gaining experience in all aspects of dentistry including the management of anxious children.

She undertook her Postgraduate Specialist Orthodontic training at the Eastman Dental Institute, University College London, obtaining her Masters in Science degree in 2009 and qualified as an Orthodontic Specialist in 2010, when she was awarded the 3M Unitek Prize for the best overall orthodontic student graduating from the Eastman Dental Hospital in 2010. She subsequently undertook a further two years training at the Eastman Dental Hospital, UCLH and Kingston Hospital, Surrey treating complex multi-disciplinary cases. She was awarded her Fellowship in Orthodontics in 2012 and is a Consultant Orthodontist at the Eastman Dental Hospital, University College London NHS Foundation Trust. She is a member of the British Orthodontic Society and the European Society of Orthodontics.

Outside Dentistry, she enjoys travelling, diving and reading on her Kindle.